Cristina Guitian Profile
Cristina Guitian is a Spanish artist working across illustration, sculpture and installation. Born in 1981 in Madrid where she studied Illustration, the artist moved to London in 2004 where she developed her own style, which earned her commissions by clients including Saatchi & Saatchi, Nike and the Guardian.
Showing at the Berlinische Galerie
India / Germany / Istanbul / Dubai 2008 - 2010
Installation of collected existing green neon objects from India, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Dubai, Germany and Turkey. All objects were produced in China and collected by the artist who is intrigued by the monotone mass culture consumption.
The artist was born in Kabul in 1973, left in 1978 and is currently based in Berlin.
Man muss Gutes in Frage stellen, um Perfektes zu schaffen, 1999
100 x 140 cm.
Full Head Mask, 2000
Courtesy Sammlung Falckenberg.
The untraditional portraits of a Berlin-based artist.
Iris Sheets, 2013 (detail)
Fluorescent paint on wall, ultraviolet light
Americas Society, New York, 2013
The Spanish artist in this work studies the concept of fragmented memories by supending broken pieces of a vintage object. With that he emphasises that recreating the past always come with gaps and parts that don’t really fit together.
750 x 350 x 200 cm
William J. O’Brien
American artist who make raw, often attitudinal sculptures and paintings.
Fragile Surface, 2013
Untied patterned fabric
200 x 85 cm / 78,7 x 33,5 in.
The Japanese artist’s works resemble physically collapsed paintings in which the picture plane is re-interpreted as three-dimensional entities. Encompassing her creative processes are techniques and rules that she has developed over time: untying and unwinding fabric.