Witzenhausen Gallery

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The Blue Hour

    Blue Hour, High Definition on DVD, 60mins, 2006The hour-long film Blue Hour (2006), first exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum’s ‘Twilight: Photography in the Magic Hour’ in 2006, records the hour of twilight in a bluebell wood in Wiltshire, UK. Referring to fairytales, stories and legends, the place was chosen for its visual impact as well as the symbolism it carries. The bluebells form a vast purple carpet extended to infinity in the forest just emerging from... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 12/29/09

James Holdsworth - mixing the past and the future

    James Holdsworth gained notoriety during the Punk revolution in London. Originally working in the world of fine art design, James sold designs internationally (Japan, Germany, USA) as 'Little James'. He then moved to New York to work on rock and roll commissions and exhibitions. Currently he lives and works in the east end of London. James Holdsworth’s works deal with issues of urban complexity and the relationship between the consumer and the consumed icons of 21st century society.... [more]
Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 12/7/09
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