Painter Denis De Gloire on the World’s Largest Billboard of Times Square, NY
BRUGGE, Belgium, February 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –
It is no coincidence that Denis De Gloire is shining on Times Square in New York, as
he brought an impressive homage in the halls of the Belfry in Bruges, dedicated to the
100th birthday on 28 January of Jackson Pollock, creator of Action Painting, who died in a
car crash in 1956.
For this occasion, painter Denis De Gloire, his coach Dan Cornette of Galerie IDA and
Art Promotion Tuteleers&Tuteleers realised an exhibition that is definitely unique both
wmaterially and spiritually.
Denis De Gloire succeeded in giving the term and idea of ‘Action Painting’ a fresh and
astonishing contemporary allure.
The astonishing aspect was expressed grandly in the 13th century upper room where four
literally and figuratively monumental canvases, each eight by three metres, had been
installed. They represented the four seasons in a respectively serene, fresh, passionate
and meditative interpretation: the luminescence of snow and ice and the slender slant of
plants and crops, the fiery power of the summer and the introverted loss in the autumn (it
is a detail of autumn that shone on Times Square). The four paintings set the tone and
prepared the visitor for what he would be seeing in the next exhibition halls, where fifty
canvases displayed the spirit of action painting in several guises: fiery and passionate,
more ethereal with sudden areas of colour, daring in the use of colour, heavy and light
matter, painted on the floor with dripping paint or with delicate brushes, built up
tenderly and carefully as on an easel.
This indicates what a gifted painter Denis De Gloire is, how he, as an excellent
colourist, exceeds the concept of homage and profiles himself as a fully-fledged
representative of a tempestuous and spiritually superior action painter.
This exhibition was a huge event and a true revelation in the world of painting; this
was proved by its many visitors in word and deed. More than thirty canvases were sold
during the exhibition.
If you did not have the opportunity to visit this unique exhibition, then you can
still visit it virtually <<http://youtu.be/yF02a1MwibQ>> In any case, this summer
Galerie IDA will put him back in the spotlight for you at Art Nocturne Knocke
artnocturneknocke.com [http://www.artnocturneknocke.com ]
You can download the high-resolution image at
SOURCE Tuteleers & Tuteleers