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Galerie Charlot
Tel Aviv - Yafo, Paris

Quayola is an artist based in London. He is interested in dialogues and collisions, tensions and unpredictable balances between the real and the artificial, the figurative and the abstract, the old and the new. His work explores photography, geometry, digital sculptures based on temporal parameters, as well as …

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From the series Iconographies #21-80 Judith and Holofernes
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Quayola

Multimedia artist Quayola uses video, computer software, and installation to explore the tension between real and artificial spaces and surfaces. His works include animated hybrid paintings and sculptures, time-based digital sculptures, and immersive audiovisual installations. In digital paintings such as Topologies (2010), which examines the relationship between contemporary digital aesthetics and iconic works of art and architecture (and forms part of the artist’s “Strata” series), Quayola took paintings by Diego Velázquez and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and transformed their surfaces into animated geometric forms. “As I work,” Quayola has said, “I start to become incredibly fascinated by the underlying shapes.”

Selected exhibitions
2017
Quayola: Fragmentsbitforms gallery
2012
Quayola: Stratabitforms gallery
Quayola: Stratabitforms gallery
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Iconographies #29 : Judith & Holofernes d'après Artemisia Gentileschi, 2015

Engraving, anodized aluminum - framed
22 4/5 × 16 1/2 in
58 × 42 cm
Unique
Location
Tel Aviv - Yafo, Paris
GC
Galerie Charlot
Tel Aviv - Yafo, Paris

Quayola is an artist based in London. He is interested in dialogues and collisions, tensions and …

Medium
Series
From the series Iconographies #21-80 Judith and Holofernes
Image rights
Quayola

Multimedia artist Quayola uses video, computer software, and installation to explore the tension between real and artificial spaces and surfaces. His works include animated hybrid paintings and sculptures, time-based digital sculptures, and immersive audiovisual installations. In digital paintings such as Topologies (2010), which examines the relationship between contemporary digital aesthetics and iconic works of art and architecture (and forms part of the artist’s “Strata” series), Quayola took paintings by Diego Velázquez and Giovanni Battista Tiepolo and transformed their surfaces into animated geometric forms. “As I work,” Quayola has said, “I start to become incredibly fascinated by the underlying shapes.”

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