The Muse Gallery is delighted to present ‘Silhouettes’, a solo exhibition by contemporary artist Nariman Fadakar, brought to you by Wearable Art London.
The collection will include paintings on canvas, digital prints, silk scarves and accessories. The event on Saturday 6th July will host a private auction on all paintings and present the launch of the Wearable Art London online showroom where all products will be available for purchase.
The collection is exclusive, unique and unprecedented; the style is daring, vibrant and elegant.
Based in Notting Hill, emerging contemporary artist Nariman Fadakar presents graphic art and uses paintbrush and acrylic oil on canvas as he mixes architectural lines with nature’s sublime and gives his artwork movement and form in an art deco and art nouveau style.
Nariman’s latest work consists of human silhouettes, hollowed out and filled with the objects that surround us. From nature to technology, the bodies are filled with the things that we are made of and the things that we create. By placing the flesh on the outside of the silhouette, the human form is inverted, demonstrating the balance and contradiction between the internal mind and external body. “Really, the fundamental, ultimate mystery — the only thing you need to know to understand the deepest metaphysical secrets — is this: that for every outside there is an inside and for every inside there is an outside, and although they are different, they go together.” -Alan Watts
The concept of the Wearable Art London online showroom started in a studio in Notting Hill by a collaboration of two people, Nariman and Demetra, who were using their own roof to utilize their skills. In 2012, the manifestation of one of Nariman’s signature art pieces into a silk scarf was the start of an innovative concept of art evolution. The philosophy behind it is simple; Wearable Art London is a creative venture where art meets and inspires functionality. We introduce uniquely designed artwork that was initially hand drawn on paper and was later translated onto canvas. We then evolve and re-utilise our art into wearable products, to offer art and fashion lovers the experience of wearing the art in their own chosen form, by giving it a different functionality.
Although from a completely different background, Nariman Fadakar and Demetra Papachristou share the same love for art in all forms and shapes. ‘Living in one of the most exciting cities in the world, art is all around us. We are inspired by culture, colour, nature and architecture and implement these elements into our products’.
The Muse Gallery,
269 Portobello Road, London W11 1LR.