Category: Critiques

Visual Artist

Memory triggers

Read in englishΔιαβάστε στα ελληνικάRead in english Memory triggers / Unpinned memory Through the last unit of her works, Natasha Metaxa seems to be exploring the way perceptual inputs, similar to the ones that had already been consumed in the past by an observer, stimulate memories that preserve the right to deviation from the real…
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When the saints go marching

Read in englishΔιαβάστε στα ελληνικάRead in english When the saints go marching    The heavenly creatures that Natasha Metaxa forms present a series of structural elements exceptionally critical for the understanding of her aesthetic proposition. A. The kind of the nude bodies. It is the very kind Renaissance uses, with a diffused light source, with…
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Read in englishΔιαβάστε στα ελληνικάRead in english Angels Natasha Metaxa paints the world according to her feelings and attitude towards it and not according to its factual state. This means that the idea of her painting is not the result of dried analysis and endless research, that many times “blur” the artist, but a “place”…
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Reason and emotion

Reason and emotion In an age in which the use of materials of all kinds is praised to the heavens and in which three-dimensional space is where the action of artistic inquiry focuses, it is something of a surprise to find an artist persisting in using the two-dimensional space of the canvas and colour values.…
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