pretty in pink

by Stella Kapezanou

Paintings - 180.0cm x 160.0cm x 4.0cm

£3,500

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    Type | Original Art
    Medium | Paintings
    Style | Figurative
    Subject | Portraits & People
    Year | 2016
    Size | 180.0cm x 160.0cm x 4.0cm
    Ready to hang | Yes
    Signed | Yes, on verso
    Materials | oil and acrylic on canvas
  • Jelena Veljkovic

    Rise Art Prize Judge Jelena Veljkovic says:

    "Stella's paintings of everyday life are easily recognizable with their unique iconography, bright, almost screaming colours, and her self-reflection of an on going socio-cultural context. Her paintings are not as decorative as they look like at first glance, they are deeply ironic. She elaborates on capitalistic and material western logic and applies it literally on her canvases.
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  • pretty in pink

    “I tried to keep the paint as good as it was in the can”, as Frank Stella said in an interview on the radio in 1964.
    There is a link in Western culture between colour and mass culture, kitsch, the artificial, the feminine, the oriental, the childish; with hallucinations and artificial heavens.
    Things serious come in black and white. A two-dimensional world inhabited by lines and shapes, flat, linear, blandly colourless, solid.

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    Stella Kapezanou

    Stella Kapezanou is a Greek artist whose funky and vibrant contemporary paintings are unmistakable. Stella puts an exotic spin on the seemingly ordinary habits and activities of our capitalist way of life, gently prompting us to think again about what we deem to be ‘normal’.

    The artist holds an MA from the Chelsea College of Arts, where she was awarded the Frank Bowling Scholarship. She has also received scholarships from academies in Athens and Munich. She currently works between London and Greece.

    Stella exhibits her work in both Greece and the UK. Recently her paintings have appear…

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