Lilac Gallery New York is pleased to participate in Affordable Art Fair at the Metropolitan Pavilion on March 21 - 25 for the spring edition 2018. Please join Lilac Gallery as we show in Affordable Art Fair NYC – an art fair dedicated to discovering incredible new artists and contemporary artworks, and experience hands-on workshops, talks, and tours with fellow art lovers.
This year at the fall edition we will feature the highly sophisticated and colorful compositions of Gee Gee Collins, the beautifully elaborated pieces by Lee Ok-nam and mixed media pieces by Lee Kwan Woo, also the inspiringly aesthetic accent paintings by Robert Gregory Phillips, introducing the eye-catching works inspired by nature, and her travels around the world and fashion by Corinne Natel, and the highly expressive acrylic paintings by Neil Kerman.
Lilac Gallery New York is pleased to present “Wandael Skulls” an exhibition of works by Alexo Wandael. A stunning collection of fine art photography with his latest collection depicting Skulls in juxtaposition with figures, exploring the concept of beauty and nature.
With a passion for art and an eye for beauty, Alexo Wandael studied photography and architecture at the University of Ferrara, Italy. After practicing both in Berlin and Los Angeles, he moved to New York where he now resides.
Throughout his career, Alexo has worked with publications such as Vogue Italia, Uomo Vogue, Russian Vogue, Russian Elle, The Telegraph, The Observer and many others. His fine art photography was shown in exhibitions through Europe and the U.S.
Recently his work was added to the permanent collection of the FIT museum in NY. Among his fashion photography clients are Bulgari, Hermes, Loro Piana, Chopard, Vivienne Westwood, Nike, and Allegri. And some of the Celebrities that he has photographed are Katy Perry, Oleg Cassini, Paco Rabanne, Nicola Bulgari, Jennifer Missoni Patch Adams and Roberto Bolle.
Lilac Gallery New York is pleased to present “Incidental Expressions” an exhibition of works by Roh Jae-soon, of a stunning collection of oil paintings depicting a beautiful woman's lips done in a photo realistic style.
Roh Jae-soon began to draw from the early days. Sometimes he drew the whole body but mostly focused on eyes and faces. This collection of the lip work has its significance in telling the story of the world. The moment the artist commits the photographed lips to the canvas, the atmosphere and message of the art work are determined. For instance, tight lips express the absence of communication and open lips the carpe-diem kind of gaiety. Depending on the expression of the lips, some lips suggest hope for the future, and only the lips are highlighted. Roh expresses the lips in various ways. Looking at the works of Roh Jae-soon, we can feel many stories being told through just one simple element: the mouth. Roh refuses to let daily life slide by, incorporating elements of sympathy into his paintings. If the sentence inscribed on the wall becomes a sentence, the lips on the canvas will tell stories as if they had become a reporter. We can hear the cry of the times through Roh Jae-soon’s canvases, embracing the stories of the world. The lips drawn on the canvas are about to tell a story. Roh's drawings are not simply the lips, but the ‘expression’ of the lips.