And All I Loved, I Loved Alone Painting by Edith Torony

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Painting: Acrylic, Spray Paint, Marker on Canvas.

My works are earthly, starting with Junkyard Symphony, an approach related to the exterior, ground and waste. The space is increasingly populated by ordinary or current objects, but also by characters, I am trying to maintain a playful manner through representation and recomposition. It passes into another register, the interior, the desires, the lust. but keeping the same horizontal plane.So this is how the personal mythologies were born, with sincerity, boredom, suffering, desires, or guilty pleasures. Beggining with Toxic Desire, I'm more interested in distinguishing my subjectivity and individual development. All the works were shaped around personal experiences. From the representations of the bad choices we make through our superficiality and a hedonistic living, to the assumption of this flat existence. We are captive in a sort of limbo of desires. And on this realm I build my works, as a sequential reinterpretation of Hieronymus Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights.


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And All I Loved, I Loved Alone

Edith Torony

Romania

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Size: 78.7 W x 59.1 H x 1.2 in

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