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Joseph de la Hoyde, A Body of Desire Exhibition

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by Bloom n' Breeze (subscribe)
Lifeís too short. Iím not.
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I am the quiet moments,sand between toes,beauty all around
Joseph de la Hoyde is a multimedia artist whose visceral and ethereal work explores the juxtaposition of beauty and death. His first solo exhibition comes after being selected as a finalist in the Hornsby Art Prize in which his work 'Melancholy' was showcased. The exhibition features a collection of his photography, writing and curiosities at the Sydney Art School, Hornsby.

If you want more information about the project of this promising artist, I invite you to read his exclusive interview or visit his webpage.


"A Body of Desire Exhibition" is a solo exhibition of Hornsby Art Prize Finalist Joseph de la Hoyde, featuring a collection of his best photographs, writing and curiosities. Joseph's work is melancholic and ethereal, examining themes relating to dreams, the imagination, and the juxtaposition of beauty and death.

"A Body of Desire" is an art project that explores the dilemmas of the modern psyche. The new generation is a generation that is more spiritually, emotionally and politically aware than ever before.



Different form of artworks are presented at this exhibition, and each and every of them are thought provoking in their own way. He is a man of many talents and he has expressed art through many forms, such as poetry, drawing, music, photography and more.



His work has such a unique style, delicate and dark at the same time, walking between his artwork is like walking in a dream or a nightmare that you don't want to wake up from.



Being a poet, he has titled his artworks in a facilitating way, every title sound like a beginning to a new poem of his.



Maybe as he explains his project the best, A Body of desire is a feeling. I encourage you to feel this exhibition.





A body of desire
The lovers

I've searched for myself in so many things
and found myself in all of them

Joseph de la Hoyde

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Why? For the love of art
When: Opening Night 7-10 PM, 17 Jan 2020, General viewing 10 AM to 5PM, 18 and 19 Jan 2020
Phone: 1300 278 252
Where: 63 hunter street, Hornsby
Cost: free
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