Review by art blog TheVernissage - Pop it Out

Read the entire review of the summer show at TheVernissage.com

(...), we encountered Ellen de Meijer’s series of portraits. In the paintings, the subjects were presented in black and white, and colors could be found only in the details: dresses, headphones, glasses and gloves. The figures were presented frontally with a fixed gaze that recalled archaic sculptures. Nevertheless, these details spoke to modernity and to the era of technology; such as in a portrait of twins were one was wearing headphones. The immobility of the composition made it look like a still life: as if every component was an object, cold and lifeless. (...) 

Shared Sight by Ellen de Meijer, photography by Federizio's, TheVernissage

Shared Sight by Ellen de Meijer, photography by Federizio's, TheVernissage