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O Casa Amarela 5B -Jornal Online surge da vontade de vários artistas, de, num esforço conjunto, trabalharem no sentido de criar uma relação forte com o público e levando a sua actividade ao seu conhecimento através do seu jornal online.

Este grupo de artistas achou por bem dedicar o seu trabalho pintorNelsonDias, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nelson-Dias/79280420846?ref=hl cuja obra terá sido muito pouco divulgada em Portugal, apesar de reconhecido mérito na banda desenhada, a nível nacional e internacional e de várias vezes premiado em bienais de desenho e pintura.

Direcção e coordenação: Maria João Franco.
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Monday, May 27, 2013

international presence at the collective art exhibition “body and bodies, transgressions and narratives” at mimo museum, leiria, portugal- robert flynt (photographer) and jochen dietrich (painter)


Jochen Dietrich
Studies of art education at Siegen University; Dr. phil in Educational Sciences; Awarded study grant in the framework of the 4th Programme of “pépinières européennes pour jeunes artistes” 1996; artist in resident of Goethe Institut Porto Alegre, Br; Award of Excellence of Siegen University 2001. More than 50 single or group shows: Berlin, Capetown/SA, Frankfurt, Lisboa, Leiria, Paris, Porto Alegre, Siegen Rio, Rochester e Santa Fé, USA etc. Several books published, e.g. Vom Ansehen der Dinge, Athena Verlag, Oberhausen 2001; Medidas de Segurança, Ed. Fotogaleria ImagoLucis, Porto 2003; Viagens na terra deles, Ed. Ateliê da Imagem, Rio de Janeiro. Several scientific essays and other texts published.
Título: Todas elas eram belas
Materiais/Técnica: Acrílico sobre xerografias de fotografias p/b
Dimensões: 41,5×50,5
Ano: 1995
Nota: acervo do museu MiMo
Title: All of them were beautiful
Materials/technique: Acrylic on xerografias photo p / b
Dimensions: 41,5×50,5
Year: 1995
Note: The art piece is part of the MiMo museum’s collection
Post-graduate work in printmaking, Tyler School of Art, Rome, Italy
B.F.A. with highest honors, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA
1976 & 1974
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Skowhegan, ME
New York Studio School in Paris
Attended Wesleyan University and School for Visual Arts of Boston University
Artist Statement
We look to (and at) images to find information: practical, aesthetic, erotic, and points between or overlapping. We are often seduced; we believe the photograph’s illusory diorama of a point in time, the map or chart’s authoritative organization of fact. My primary concern is to re-imagine the human body – in relation to its own assumed/perceived structure, as well as to “others” (other bodies, spaces, systems). Each image is the intersection of two layers: one a photograph I have taken of a figure (usually underwater), the other a found photograph or textbook diagram. In combining two often contradictory vocabularies, I am hoping to subvert their ostensible subject while harnessing their respective power(s). The goal is a meaning beyond or between the boundaries of their individual language: the authority of the diagram, the inscribed ideals of the classical art reference, the sentimentality or “family values” of the vernacular found photograph. Juxtaposed to the metaphoric submerged or fragmented figure, a jangling dialog is created that ranges from the reinforcing to the ridiculous.
Can we finally see more than we know?
Minimally Invasive, artist model-dance - Paulo Henrique - Photo Robert FLYNT
Minimally Invasive, artist model-dance – Paulo Henrique – Photo Robert FLYNT

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