So this is a new start, 5 images that I find interesting.
I have been collecting images for quite a while now.
For some reason images just speak louder than words for me.
Most of the following images or artwork were discovered in some of the events that I went recently.
Female Torso, 1928-9
I went to the Kazimir Malevich exhibition at Tate Modern last Monday. It included a large variety of his works and this is my favourite piece. There is something very fascinating of the juxtaposition between the pale and vivid colour. The symmetrical composition and the asymmetrical shoulder just create A extremely balance but interesting visual.
Tilda Swinton in exaggerated collar, Giorgio Armani, 2011
This is a postcard that I picked up at Somerset House in London Fashion week two weeks ago. It kind of have a similarly aspect of using the cold tone pale colour, compare to Female Torso. Another thing that I like is the graphic look of the collar that made the picture almost looks like a collage and created a strong statement for the picture.
Salvador Dalí's costumes for Lenid Massine's ballet Bacchanale, 1939
Another exhibition I went last week is the Horst: Photographer of Style in V&A.
Out of all the beautifully shot fashion photos by Horst P. Horst, I found that this is quite a unique piece. This monochrome photograph show great use of light. The light came from the back of the model, which highlight the silhouette of the human figure. I also like the quirky chiffon headpiece.
Cleanliness is Next to Godliness, 1964
Work from David Hockney. I always like a bit of humour and ironic in artworks or images in general and this screenprint just got both of it. I love the used of red to make the male figure pop out in the navy blue and the unexpected mustard yellow leaking out at the right button corner.
This image just caught my eye straight away when I found it at the Tate Modern's shop. Not only because of the interesting lay out of eight witches having tea party together. The faces of them were full of characters and the sneaky feet under the table just complete the whole picture.
To be continued...