Appropriation in Art by Henry Ballate Henri-Robert-Marcel Duchamp; Born in Normandy in northern France, (28 July 1887 – 2 October 1968). Duchamp traveled back and forth between Europe and the United States […]
Henry Ballate M.F.A. is University Professor of Art History. Specializes in Modern art and contemporary art, with particular interests in classical iconography, from the Renaissance to popular culture images. Henry has over 20 years of combined experience as a Visual artist and graphic designer. Henry’s artwork is instantly recognizable through his use of well-known visual arts iconography. His pieces use historical works of art that deal with provocative and suggestive themes as a foundation augmenting them with today’s popular images. He creates these works by mixing traditional methods of painting with innovative techniques creating new works that are rooted in art history while retaining contemporary relevance. Throughout his career, Henry’s work has been included in solo and group exhibitions in Europe, America, and Asia.
“It is the highest function of art to tell us who we are.” John Russell. Vargas Gallery, in collaboration with the Art Department at Vargas University, is proud to present Nuevos Caprichos, […]
The Americas Collection Fine Art presenta la exhibición THE INSTANT OF WATER de Luis Vegade el próximo Jueves 16 de Febrero en el 4213 Ponce de León Blvd, Coral Gables, de 7pm. a […]
Marcel Duchamp: His use of irony, puns, alliteration, and paradox. Embodying the intellect of his literary contemporaries Marcel Proust and James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp (1887–1968) has been aptly described by the painter […]
Vargas Gallery, in collaboration with the Art Department of Vargas University, is proud to present Endless Space a solo exhibition of Ernesto Gutiérrez. Curated by Henry Ballate M.F.A. this exhibition reveals the […]
by Henry Ballate Introduction This study will discuss and analyze the phenomenon of the digital age, and how technology has changed the way we create art today. It will also discuss how […]