Natasha Zupan's body of work, 'Homage to Horst P. Horst', explores the manipulation of surface texture, light, and the interweaving of time. She has incorporated found images in books from Horst P. Horst into her collages. Time past and time future are united in a perpetual possibility of change. She tries to capture the resonances of evolution in various types of representation. It is not about translating a world that already exists, but about an entrance into a different universe. A timeless, tactile world of sensation and overlapping memory.

Materials and emotions converge: The surface holds synthetic binders consisting mainly of layers of inks, acrylics, watercolors, pigments, photographs from books and digital images. These are imbued with altered states of feelings and archetypal references.

Combining Renaissance hues and chiaroscuro with modern collage and media. . The female figures in her paintings have an undeniable renaissance quality about them. Their classical faces become nymph-like when accentuated with symbols of nature and beauty. Each figurative work harbors a unique and intricate personality. Powerfully expressive, they are at once pure and sensual, innocent yet beguiling.

Cocteau Aqua Atla #2235 (Diptych), 2018


Natasha Zupan

Cocteau Aqua Atla #2235 (Diptych), 2018 

One of a Kind Photo Collage Accompanied by It's Enlarged Photograph


Enlarged Photograph

Archival pigment 

Dimensions: 60 H x 53.5 W in.

Edition of 5



Dimensions: 43 H x 34 W in.

One of a Kind Collage 

Signed lower right on recto by the artist and numbered on verso

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