Robin Eley

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El hiperrealismo de Robin Eley: pinturas que engañan al ojo

Cuando vemos este tipo de obras, en verdad quedamos en shock. El artista británico Robin Eley tiene una técnica que con mucha facilidad engaña a la vista y a la mente.

Hombres y mujeres envueltos o cubiertos de plástico o de algunos materiales doblados formando distintas texturas son parte de la temática. A primera vista, parece ser una fotografía con excelente composición e iluminación, sin embargo, al observarlas a detalle, poco a poco notas los trazos admirables que en conjunto crean texturas impecables y admirables.

Las texturas y los retratos al óleo son su especialidad. El trato plástico en las texturas como telas y aluminios es asombroso. Inspirado en la historia del presente, Eley ha logrado recrear algunas de las representaciones de la modernidad, sus objetos y texturas reflejan la belleza y la nobleza de la decadencia que logran cuestionar la obsesión moderna por la perfección.

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Robin Eley was born in 1978 in London, England. In 1981 his family migrated to Australia where he completed his secondary education. In 1997 he moved to the United States where he would attend Westmont College, captaining the basketball and earning a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Fine Art in 2001.

Eley’s international exhibitions include Koi No Yokan (2013) at 101/exhibit in Los Angeles, BMG First Look (2013) at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in New York, and Journeys at the Ridley Tree Museum of Art in California (2012).

Solo exhibitions include Singularity (2012) and Idolatry (2013), both held at Hill Smith Gallery in Adelaide, South Australia, and in 2014 he will exhibit with 101/exhibit in Los Angeles.

Eley has been a finalist in numerous Australian art prizes, most notably Runner Up (2010) and Highly Commended (2011) in the Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, the world’s richest prize for portraiture. In addition, he has also been a finalist in the Archibald Prize (2012), the Eutick Memorial Still Life Art Prize (2010, 2012) and the Nora Heysen Still Life Art Award (2011). In 2012 he was the recipient of an International Presentation Grant from Arts SA which enabled him to accept an invitation to travel to the United States to exhibit his work in California.

His work is held in numerous private art collections around the world and has recently had work acquired publicly by the Ridley Tree Museum of Art in the United States.

Eley currently works and resides in Adelaide, South Australia.

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