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 CM from the Donahue Models. Graphics by Ted Cobb.
Here are several other views that were made to highlight the piece.