Hyperrealism Magazine #16 – September issue

Are you ready for this new Hyperrealism Magazine issue? We are sure that it will blow your mind!
So many incredible artists, so many exclusive contents! But let’s talk in detail about what you’re going to find out!

On our overture article we covered an unmisseable event that took place this summer: Gottfried Helnwein’s exhibition in Venice (Italy), entitled “Quel Silenzioso Bagliore”, in the precious setting of the Marciana Library. You will find a meticulous account and our exclusive photos from the exhibition. A resounding beginning, isn’t it?

Let’s continue with some interviews we had the pleasure to do with amazing artists who shared their stories and working methods: Ilse Oelbers and her incredibly beautiful sculptures; Jhonie Van Boeijen, who spoke about consumerism and the simple beauty of packaging; Seona Sommer and the wonderful multicultural stories she represents in her paintings; Jean-Luc Panek with his peculiar airbrush portraits.

You will also find some brilliant articles concerning the art of amazing painters, such as Jennifer Egista Milani and her fascination for the Venice Carnival; Kiara Peelman and her emotional portraits; Rogerio Peixoto and his popular celebrity portraits.

For our Tea with… we had the greatest pleasure to talk with David V Wheeler, who introduced his newest amazing series of paintings featuring one of the most beautiful places of the world: Venice. He also talked about some of his forthcoming projects, you don’t want to miss it!

We were also so happy to meet again Ester Curini and her fantastic animal paintings! She talked about her recent and forthcoming projects, in company of her loyal studio mascotte, her sweet dog Pepe.

And how about our new exciting sections?
Coffee with Daniel Goldenberg: a brief chat about his last exhibition that was held in the middle of the pandemic and his newest marvelous cityscapes.
Art according to with Frank Haseloff and Chris Klein, who explain us what art really means to them.
Artist takes the floor… with Brian O’Neill: it’s a space where the artist himself choose his favourite six paintings and explain us intimate stories or meanings behind them.
Inside her series with Lara Restelli: a quick look at her two peculiar series, Memories from the past and Everybody needs a rock.

We’ll also give you a sneak-peek at some special artist we’re going to know better on the next issues: Christoph Eberle, with his extremely versatile talent, and Mike Niswonger with his mastery in colored pencils and watercolors.
There is also a nice happy return of artists we love: Cher Pruys and Sergey Piskunov! Check it out!

For our back cover, we wanted to homage the legendary Chuck Close, recently passed away, with one of his most famous self-portraits.

Back cover featuring Chuck Close’s artwork (reproduced courtesy the artist, Pace Prints, and Pace Gallery).

Once again we hope we can keep you company and light up your day!

Stay strong and enjoy reading!


Language: English
Frequency: Quarterly
Pages: 124

Digital and printed version are now out at a special price!



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