Exhibition: Imaginary Mindscapes by Philippe Halaburda
July 13 - September 13
Organized by: CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing)
CRS presents an exhibition of paintings by French artist Philippe Halaburda. Philippe is a multidisciplinary artist who engages with the urban surroundings environment and emotions, feelings or memories from his direct experiences, mainly though colors. The exhibition will be on view from July 13 – September 13, 2017.
Philippe’s work explores into his own unlimited and unconscious psychological territories and delves into the complex undercurrents of intimate and collective relationships.Through paintings, abstracted photos and digital artworks, he tries to address more broadly the emotional structures within ourselves in the attempt to examine our world. He is interested in developing a new visual language with which to describe the randomness of cities and their relationship to human experience.
Philippe Halaburda’s Bio
Philippe Halaburda was born in France in 1972. He received his Diploma in 1995, Superior Degree Graphic Art School from the EDTA Sornas School, Paris. He has lived in and exhibited from Paris (France) to Zurich and Berne (Switzerland). He spent 15 years in Aix-en-Provence working as a graphic arts director. Halaburda’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited throughout the US, in Canada, Europe (France, Italy, Spain, Ger- many, Austria, Belgium) and Australia.
He was a guest resident of the Villa Baulieu Workshop in Aix-en-Provence between 2008. His work is in the collection of many corporate and non-profit institutions including the Radar (Bayeux, France), Draguignan permanent Art Collection (Draguignan, France) and the Villa Baulieu Art Collection (Aix-en-Provence, France). His work is in private collections in the United States, France, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, The Netherlands and China. He’s now represented by several galleries in the USA and France.
He lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and works in the Brooklyn artist community of Bushwick at 56 Bogart Street. www.halaburda.com