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Take me to Paradise ! - Yolaine B. Vincent at Art International Zurich 2014

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Take me to Paradise ! - Yolaine B. Vincent at Art International Zurich 2014

Kongresshaus Zurich, Claridenstrasse 5 ,
CH-8002 Zurich
Switzerland
October 16th, 2014 - October 19th, 2014
Opening: October 16th, 2014 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.art-zurich.com/en/index.html
COUNTRY:  
Switzerland
TAGS:  
Yolaine B. Vincent, digital, photography, mixed-media

DESCRIPTION

ART  PREVIEW

 

Take me to Paradise

Yolaine B. Vincent

 at Art International Zurich 2014

 

by Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund, Art Critic

 

 

 

Copyrights Yolaine B. Vincent, KissYme

Museum Facemount on Metallic Paper, 36" x 24".

 

 

Art International Zurich 2014
Congress Hall Zurich

October, 16-19, 2014
www.art-zurich.com

 

 

A spread of poetic-surreal photography artworks surrounds the 16th edition of the Art International Zurich (October 16-19, 2014) with works by Yolaine B. Vinvent. Inundated with visual metaphors, her artwork appears in a tactile interplay of spaces, colors and words. In the heart of Zurich, Art International Zurich showcases innovative contemporary art in an exclusive location of the Congress Hall Zurich. The juried art fair is featuring an international slate of artists and galleries. 

 

Copyrights Yolaine B. Vincent, TmT Paradise,

Museum Facemount on Metallic Paper, 36" x 24".

 

 

The 16th Art International Zurich is promised to be an important event for all serious collectors, curators, museum directors and interior designers, providing an intimate look at some of the most important work at the forefront of the international contemporary art movement.

 

Some of this year’s highlights include photography artworks by Yolaine B. Vincent. On focus is her recent series wich invites  art lovers  at Collectors’ Preview to discuss  about it.

 

The Canadian visual artist was born in 1984 and studied at College Maisonneuve Montréal. Her work has been featured worldwide (London, Zurich, Montréal, Quebec among others) and is held in private collections. Admired for over a decade for her photos the photographer artist, who is living and working in  Montréal,  is coming to Switzerland to show her new and innovative digital fusion project. Yolaine B. Vincent has created an exclusive collection which fullfil  collector’s high expectations.

 

Copyrights Yolaine B. Vincent, Xplan

Museum Facemount on Metallic Paper, 36" x 24".

 

With the layers of successive, Yolaine B. Vincent's works in highly colorful tones and apparent abstractness achieve to derange the viewer. A closer look reveals subtle interactions between symbols and elements. Yolaine B. Vincent is creating impressionistic effects by the overlaying of different images, written codes and colors surface with modern photographic process of digital fusion. The work contains an aesthetic concept playing within the pre-existent remembering,  the process of construction and reconstruction.

Much of her works questions the viewer about man and mind, thinking, feeling and transcending. Yolaine B. Vincent ’s compositions are like a daydream where memories get mixed in reality and illusion: take me to paradise.

 

 

LOCATION

 

Yoliane B. Vincent at Art International Zurich

ART INTERNATIONAL ZURICH 2014
Congress Hall Zurich
Claridenstrasse 5 (Entry K)
CH-8002 Zurich, Switzerland

www.art-zurich.com

Opening Hours:
October, 17-19:  11.00 am – 8.00 pm
Vernissage: 16 October, 6.00-10.00 pm

 

CONTACT ARTIST

Studio Yolaine B. Vincent

Email: info@yolainebvincent.com

www.yolainebvincent.com

 

 

CONTACT  AUTHOR

Source/ Copyrights

Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund

info@arthistoryconsulting.de

www.arthistoryconsulting.de

 

 

About the Author: 

 

PhD Barbara Aust-Wegemund, born in Zuerich/ Switzerland, is a German Art Historian and Managing Director at Art History Consulting (AHC). She studied Art History at Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Germany), University for Foreigners Perugia (Italy) and London Guildhall University (UK).

 

In 2002 she earned her PhD from University of Kiel with a Dissertation on Henry Moore  and was working in the Henry Moore Foundation and Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO). Barbara is an art historian who has written widely on modern and contemporary art. Her essays have been featured in monographs, exhibition catalogues, e-zines, journals and the online editorial department of Goethe Institute Inc.