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American, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1946, in New York.


Benefiting from the success of Hyperrealism, Alan Dworkowitz exhibited paintings representing close-ups of motorbikes, executed with photographic precision, in the USA in 1972 and 1973. This subject evokes the canvases of Parrish, but without their wealth of detail. Dworkowitz is mentioned in Udo Kulterman's book on Hyperrealism....


Dutch, 20th – 21st century, female.

Born 1964.

Painter. Scenes with figures, figures.

Kiki Lamers evolved from Photographic Realism towards more personal works with some Expressionist self-portraits. She uses the photograph as a basis for her painting in translucent colours, while in her numerous portraits of children she accentuates the attention to detail and the intensity of the look facing the viewer. She lives and works in Rotterdam. Collective exhibitions include: ...


Dutch, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 1946, in Amersfoort.

Painter, lithographer. Still-lifes.

To call Overbeek's still-lifes photographic realism hardly does justice to them, but Hyperrealism and trompe-l'oeil are not much more appropriate. There is perhaps a kinship here with Morandi's assemblages of bottles, insofar as it is the quality of the light that matters; although with Overbeek the virtuosity of rendering reflections on glazed containers and the transparency of glass carafes predominates....


Canadian First Nations (Inuit), 20th–21st century, female.

Born 1969, in Cape Dorset (Nunavut).

Graphic artist (felt pen, crayon, pencil), printmaker (lithography, stone cut). Contemporary Inuit domestic scenes, social realism.

Active in Cape Dorset from the 1990s, Pootoogook moved to Ottawa after becoming the first indigenous artist to win the prestigious Sobey Art Award in ...