【Art Fair】EYE OF THE COLLECTOR

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EYE OF THE COLLECTOR 2024

VIP PREVIEW
Wednesday 26 June
11 am – 8.30 pm

PUBLIC FAIR HOURS
Thursday 27 June: 11 am – 8.30 pm
Friday 28 June: 11 am – 7.30 pm
Saturday 29 June: 11 am – 6 pm

The Garrison Chapel Chelsea Barracks London SW1W 8BG

Bluerider ART
2024
EYE OF THE COLLECTOR

Bluerider ART London•Mayfair will be participating at ’Eye of the Collector 2024‘. The fair will be held at the beautiful the Garrison Chapel this year, featuring our artists include Cao Jigang, Susanne Kühn, Carol Prusa, Pascal Dombis, and Marck.

Exhibiting artists:
Cao Jigang
Susanne Kühn
Carol Prusa
Pascal Dombis
Marck

Artist


Cao Jigang
(China, b.1955)

Cao Jigang, was graduated from Material Expression Studio of Oil Painting Department of China Central Academy of Fine Arts, also was a professor at Foundation Year Program Department of China Central Academy of Fine Arts. Currently living, working in Beijing, China, and exhibiting widely in museums and curated exhibitions. Cao Jigang received the Silver Prize in The National Exhibition of Fine Arts in 1999. His work is included in public collection including The National Art Museum of China in Beijing, Shanghai Art Museum and New Hall of China International Exhibition Center in Beijing.

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Susanne Kühn
(Germany , b. 1969)

Susanne Kühn holds a Master's degree in Painting and Printmaking from the Leipzig Academy of Visual Arts, currently lives and works in Freiburg and Nuremberg, Germany. She was awarded a scholarship from the Harvard University Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Studies. Central to Kühn's practice is her highly animated and vivid execution of a precise level of craftsmanship through which she interweaves various painterly vernaculars and styles. Via this aesthetic approach, she engages with the history of painting from a female perspective, as well as exploring everyday life and futuristic narratives in her current work. Kühn's work has been showcased in solo exhibitions at various renowned venues, including the Gemäldegalerie der Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Vienna, the OMI International Arts Center in Ghent, New York, Haunch of Venison in London, UK, Sala Uno Contemporary Arts Centre in Rome, the Harvard Radcliffe Institute in Cambridge, USA, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver, USA, the Museum für Neue Kunst in Freiburg, etc. Her work is represented in collections worldwide including viz. the Busch-Reisinger Museum Collection / Harvard Art Museums, Cambridge, MA, USA, the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, the Knoxville Museum of Art, the Harvard Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, FRAC Alsace, France, Museum Frieder Burda, Baden-Baden Germany.. etc.

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Carol Prusa
(USA, b. 1956)

Carol Prusa (USA, b.1956), a graduate of Drake University with a Master degree in painting, currently resides and works in North Carolina, USA. Prusa inherits the silverpoint drawing technique from the Renaissance period, delving into astrophysics to interpret the chaotic interactions of cosmic evolution. Through the meticulous and refined grayscale of silverpoint, Prusa intricately incorporates sculpture forms, portraying the beauty of cosmic anomalies, and has gained recognition for her unique artistic expression. She has received the SECAC Artistic Achievement Award and has been invited to exhibit at the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Letters. Her works are featured in several silverpoint history books, permanently housed in over a dozen museums across the United States, including the Perez Museum of Art in Miami, the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, and the Telfair Museums. She has held major solo exhibitions at various institutions, including the Boca Raton Museum of Art and the Norton Museum of Art.

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Pascal Dombis
(Frence, b. 1965)

Pascal Dombis (France, b.1965), a Paris-based visual artist who focuses as much on language as on perception. He is noted for his excessive use of simple algorithmic rules. It was in the early 90s, while finishing his studies in Boston, that he encountered digital artistic tools, prompting a transition from painting to algorithms upon returning to France. Since then, he has created environments marked by excess, repetition and the unpredictability of technological processes, in which he aims to engage the viewers by questioning perception in relation to space, time and language. He develops multi-referential works which play with spatial environments and promote multiple interpretations. Recent exhibitions include Artists & Robots at the Grand Palais in Paris (2018), Cybernetic Consciousness at Itaú cultural in São Paulo (2017) and the Venice Biennale (2013). In 2020, he achieved the creation of a permanent public artwork, Double Connection, nearly one hundred metres long in the centre of Shanghai. In 2022, he got a monographic exhibition Post-Digital at the Museum of Contemporary Art Sorocaba in Brazil.

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Marck
(Switzerland, b. 1964)

Marck (Switzerland, b. 1964), a contemporary Swiss artist renowned for Video Sculpture, currently lives and works in Zurich. Marck's unconventional journey led him to enter a prestigious art school at a young age, only to leave due to the inability to tolerate formal education. Subsequently, he engaged in diverse occupations, including auto dismantling, mechanical electrician, rock singer, and tech installation design. Marck's unique life experiences transcend the imagination of conventional academy-trained artists, manifesting in his self-created video sculpture expressions, addressing societal issues through themes of frames, women, viewing, and interaction. in 2019 he was honored with the International Culture Award by Academia Culturale Internazionale Cartagine in Italy. His works have been showcased internationally and collected by significant museums including La Maison Rouge in Paris, St. Petersburg Contemporary Art Museum, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Istanbul Modern, and the Karlsruhe Center for Art and Media.

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