Real estate - artrebels gallery


The idea behind this show is to reflect on our built environment, the artist's interpretation of the city or town and their place within it. All four artists included in the show use iconography related to our built environment in their work

REAL ESTATE - ARTREBELS GALLERY

ArtRebels is proud to present:

Real Estate

A group exhibition of painting and sculpture featuring

 

David Shillinglaw - UK

Daniel Van Der Noon - DK

Angela Dalinger - GER

Nina Lindgren - SWE

 

Opening Night:

Friday May 9th, 2014 5pm - 9pm.

 

Exhibition runs until June 6th

 

ArtRebels Gallery

Nørre Voldgade 18, st tv

1358 Copenhagen K

The idea behind this show is to reflect on our built environment, the artist's interpretation of the city or town and their place within it. All four artists included in the show use iconography related to our built environment in their work. As shelter is one of our basic necessities, it's only natural to reflect on our personal, physical, man-made space. 

 

Daniel Van Der Noon is the first artist that comes to mind when thinking about cityscapes. His intricate and fantastic cityscapes are drawn and painted as a stream of consciousness. Daniel is a well travelled individual, taking inspiration from many cities, “I like to travel a lot, visit new cities, see new places, hear new noises. Through these skylines I guess that the perks that I experience from traveling around are amplified in ink, and the memories recorded in these ongoing sprawls of images and text.” 

 

David Shillinglaw is a London based painter, he studied at the Saint Martins School of art. His colorful pallet and playful style had a heavy influence on Daniel Van Der Noon as an aspiring artist. This is there first time showing together. David was born in Saudi Arabia, but moved to North London when he was a baby. He's exhibited in galleries in Japan, China, Holland, New York, Beijing, Berlin and Istanbul. Shillinglaw’s work can be seen in the street and in the studio.

Angela Dalinger expresses a dark sense of humor using relatively 'simple' techniques to portray the ordinary and mundane. Her painting is both haunting and endearing, giving the viewer a raw and honest perspective on the world. She works out of Hamburg, Germany but was raised in Essen Oldb, a small town of 10,000 in "the ugly part of Lower Saxony."

Nina Lindgren is a Swedish artist, her work "Cardboard Heaven" that she created for her Graduation Project at Swedish College of Printmaking Arts, was the inspiration for her installation for the 'Real Estate' show. As an avid traveller, she is inspired by new cities, cultures, and architecture. She documents her experiences abroad and draws from these adventures to create her magnificent sculptures. 

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