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LEAH TINARI
January 25, 2009, 12:20 am
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Leah shows us just how surreal-real life can be assuming we were caricatures, because we can act as such. And in exploring human condition through her art she’s created a dialog between people, art and life.
“The content and formal elements in my paintings combine to offer an always personal, occasionally caricature-like narrative, addressing and encompassing both the awkwardness and the complexity of the human condition. Although the work is a documentation of my personal experiences, I hope that the images will evoke familiar feelings or create a sense of voyeurism – as if the viewer is peeking into a still from someone else’s life that is utterly foreign to them. My paintings are snippets of time that capture moments and function as a visual diary to create my social realism, a documentation of 30-something contemporary lifestyle and behavior.” Leah Tinari
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