Last Friday, November 12th, British gallery London Miles opened The Idol Hours, a collective exhibition in which contemporary artists show their own interpretations of classic paintings. It goes on through December 1st.
Van Gogh, Da Vinci, Picasso, Klimt, Rembrandt, Botticelli and Vermeer are just a few of the masters revisited by the 41 names featured at the exhibit: Nom Kinnear King, Roberto Márquez, Elizabeth Winnel, Jenny Bhatt, Joe 2H McSween, Chris B Murray, Ken Keirns, Justin Fry, MadSteez, Kevin Earl Taylor, Ann Marshall, Dave Pressler, Tanner Goldbeck, Jim Mahfood, David Macdowell, Alex Garcia, Claudia Sabe, Yosuke Ueno, Tiffany Liu, Plastic God, Stella Im Hultberg, Yumiko Kayukawa, Matthew Bone, Travis Lampe, Zoe Lacchei, Scott C., Scott Belcastro, Sergio Mora, Alex Young, Bob Dob, Joe Ledbetter, David Marsh, Carrie Ann Baade, Tom Bagshaw, Phil C., Luke Chueh, Carles Gomila, Xue Wang, Michael Forbes, Jen Lobo, Yoko D´Holbachie.
Tiffany Liu, A Happy Day – reinterpretation of Van Gogh
Yoko D’Holbachie, The Kiss – reinterpretation of Klimt / David Macdowell “Ringoism” – reinterpretação de Vermeer
Scott C, The Anatomy lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp – reinterpretation of Rembrandt
Madsteez, Portrait of the intergalatic postman Weenseph Roulin – reinterpretation of Van Gogh
Dave Pressler, Canon of Anger – reinterpretation of Da Vinci
Sergio Mora Guernica Love Song – reinterpretation of Picasso
Bob Dob, Another Sunday Morning – reinterpretation of Van Gogh
Tanner Goldbeck, LA Burning – reinterpretation of Turner
Zoe Lacchei, The Sphinx – reinterpretation of Schiele
Jenny Bhatt, Rebirth of Venus – reinterpretation of Botticelli
Site: London Miles Gallery