In my last visit to California, I had the opportunity to go to different museums and art festivals/shops where I found a variety of good artists that truly called my attention. I will be sharing some of their artwork in different posts so you can appreciate each of them individually.
This post will be about the great illustrator Tim Biskup who is currently having a solo exhibition at Martha Otero Gallery in Los Angeles under the name of “Charge”. The showcase is a mixture of the artist’s particular interests in early-20th-century art and meditations on his personal experiences, which he refers to as Baroque Modernism. The centerpiece of the show is A Subtle Advertisement for Mind-Numbing Pain, which combines every palette and element in his smaller works and intentionally without a narrative. Although the works have no relationship, Tim’s ambiguous lines and color palettes seem to find a story of their own in the array of emotions they portray. At its core, “Charge” is all about moving forward and doing the best work possible. This exhibit will be on until November 02, 2013.