We proudly show work from dozens of talented artists in our Alexandria Gallery and on our website. All of our artists are listed on the left side of the page simply click on the artist's name to see their work and learn more about them.
- A Horizon Keeper
Title: A Horizon Keeper Medium: Mixed Media on Wood
- Copying is a Great Idea
Title: Copying is a Great Idea Medium: Mixed Media on Wood
- Ego - Rothko
Title: Ego - Rothko Dimensions: 24" x 24" Dimensions w/ Frame: 33" x 33" Medium: Photography
- EGO - Salvadore Dali
Title: EGO - Salvadore Dali Dimensions: 24" x 24 Dimensions w/ Frame: 33" x 33" Medium: Photography
- Ego - Van Gogh
Title: Ego - Van Gogh Dimensions: 40" x 40" Dimensions w/ Frame: 51" x 51" Medium: Photography
- Haagen Dazs Violin
Title: Haagen Dazs Violin Medium: Mixed Media on Wood
- Kandinsky vs. Mondrian
Title: Kandinsky vs. Mondrian Dimensions: 30" x 30" Dimensions w/ Frame: 39" x 39" Medium: Photography
- Motherwell vs. Kline
Title: Motherwell vs. Kline Dimensions: 30" x 30" Dimensions w/ Frame: 39" x 39" Medium: Acrylic on Board
- Mr. Brainwash vs Basquiat
Title: Mr. Brainwash vs Basquiat Dimensions: 30" x 30" Dimensions w/ Frame: 39" x 39" Medium: Photography
- Perfection Always Late
Title: Perfection Always Late Medium: Mixed Media on Wood
- Rothko vs. Diebenkorn
Title: Rothko vs. Diebenkorn Dimensions: 30" x 30" Medium: Photography
- Surrogate Sound White
Title: Surrogate Sound White Medium: Mixed Media on Wood
- Universal Principle
Title: Universal Principle Medium: Mixed Media on Wood
Artist Statement: I choose to explore pairing Freud’s ideas of psychoanalysis, specifically, his explanation of the ego as the building block of a modern artist’s creativity, to what a visual expression of that ego might look like today. What if, much like an X-Ray or MRI, one can replicate something intangible, undetectable, and in many cultures, still imagined. I decided to create an artificial ego, whereby I harvest the ego of other artists known for theirs. Usual suspects (such as Gauguin, Picasso, and Dali) all worked full throttle with a splash of adrenaline, adding a personal temperament to their choice of colors. What if, somehow, it was possible to erode that adrenaline, to neutralize emotions – would their genius still be evident?
Genna Gurvich was born in 1957 in Kiev, Ukraine. He studied art at the St. Petersburg Academy of Art & Design in St. Petersburg, Russia from 1980-1985.
He is the recipient of the 2007 “Prix de la Photographie Paris” (PX3) photography competition and has participated in the 2001 Baker Artist Awards and 2014 Gennart Studio opening with the Beer Supper Project.