Studio Photography for Creative Artist Boris Bally
This month’s photography project is about a product illustration shoot featuring the creative artistry of Boris Bally. Boris created, “Stole”, a 96” long piece utilizing Dept of Transportation signage, like stop and yield signs and silver rings.
“Stole” debuted in a runway show in New Orleans and will be on display at a gallery in New Mexico during July. Bally’s piece will also be worn in an Opera during the summer.
The artwork will be featured in the “Crafted Vision: The Tension of Opposites” exhibit at the Patina Gallery, Curated by Ivy Ross and Allison B. Barnett.
Included artists/makers employing new technologies are Maria Eife, Genevieve Howard, Naomi Mcintosh, and Jessica Rosenkrantz and Jesse Louis-Rosenberg of Nervous System studio. Established Patina Gallery makers in the exhibition are Boris Bally, Claude Chavent, Sandra Enterline, Doerthe Fuchs, Ulla and Martin Kaufmann, Myung Urso and Erich Zimmermann.
A story about the exhibition, http://www.noovoeditions.com/blog/fearless-genius-the-digital-revolution-in-silicon-valley/ ·
A piece on Patina’s theatrical way, https://klimt02.net/forum/interviews/ivan-barnett-conversation-peter-schmid-patinagallery.
This is the image the gallery used for it’s publicity. Featuring model Chanelle M from the Donahue Models. Graphics by Ted Cobb.
Here are several other views that were made to highlight the piece.