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Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro (b.1984, Chile)

Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro is a very talented young artist from Chile. He received his BA in Arts from the Catholic University of Chile and was an apprentice and assistant of the remarkable Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum. Children and dogs are often the central figures in the works that the Chilean painter has been developing in recent years, combining realism with beauty of the grotesque. Since 2001, Guillermo Lorca has participated in several solo and group exhibitions, most recently in the Chilean National Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago. (cf. El Hurgador [Arte en la Red])

Thanks Guillermo Lorca for providing us the publication-related materials © All images courtesy of the artist

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Duy Anh Nhan Duc | on Tumblr (France) - Dandelion

Vegetal artist Duy Anh Nhan Duc has collaborated with photographer Isabelle Chapuis for the poetical series Dandelion. The photographs present dandelions as a soft, whimsical, and most importantly, beautiful. Coupled with female portraits, which are subtle but artful, the series offers a new perspective on the delicate plant. The series was part of RAISE Magazine’s #16 Light Issue. You can find a short Making Of Clip here. (src. iGNANT) © All images courtesy of the artists

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Guillermo Andrés Lorca García Huidobro

Laura y los perros. Oil on canvas, 200x150 cm (2012)
Ovejas. Oil on canvas, 190x148 (2012-2013)
El Banquete. Oil on canvas, 250x206 cm (2013-14)
La vida eterna. Oil on canvas, 290x260 cm (2013)

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Caravaggio. Sette Opere di Misericordia (The Seven Works of Mercy). 1607.
The painting was made for, and is still housed in, the church of Pio Monte della Misericordia in Naples. Originally it was meant to be seven separate panels around the church; however, Caravaggio combined all seven works of mercy in one composition which became the church’s altarpiece. The painting is better seen from il “coreto” (little choir) in the first floor. The titular seven works/acts of mercy are represented in the painting as follows: Bury the dead In the background, two men carry a dead man (of whom only the feet are visible). Visit the imprisoned, and feed the hungry On the right, a woman visits an imprisoned man and gives him milk from her breast. This image alludes to the classical story of Roman Charity. Shelter the homeless A pilgrim (third from left, as identified by the shell in his hat) asks an innkeeper (at far left) for shelter. Clothe the naked St. Martin of Tours, fourth from the left, has torn his robe in half and given it to the naked beggar in the foreground, recalling the saint’s popular legend. Visit the sick St. Martin greets and comforts the beggar who is a cripple. Refresh the thirsty Samson (second from the left) drinks water from the jawbone of an ass. 

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Caravaggio. Sette Opere di Misericordia (The Seven Works of Mercy). 1607.

The painting was made for, and is still housed in, the church of Pio Monte della Misericordia in Naples. Originally it was meant to be seven separate panels around the church; however, Caravaggio combined all seven works of mercy in one composition which became the church’s altarpiece. The painting is better seen from il “coreto” (little choir) in the first floor. The titular seven works/acts of mercy are represented in the painting as follows: Bury the dead In the background, two men carry a dead man (of whom only the feet are visible). Visit the imprisoned, and feed the hungry On the right, a woman visits an imprisoned man and gives him milk from her breast. This image alludes to the classical story of Roman Charity. Shelter the homeless A pilgrim (third from left, as identified by the shell in his hat) asks an innkeeper (at far left) for shelter. Clothe the naked St. Martin of Tours, fourth from the left, has torn his robe in half and given it to the naked beggar in the foreground, recalling the saint’s popular legend. Visit the sick St. Martin greets and comforts the beggar who is a cripple. Refresh the thirsty Samson (second from the left) drinks water from the jawbone of an ass. 

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Born With Horn by Paulo Rocker

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