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  1. OFILL ECHEVARRIA'S "THE CORNER" MOVING PICTURE AT THE GABARRON NEW YORK.
    FILMED DURING THE OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION OF ARTIST'S SOLO SHOW "THE REAL WORLD". SEPTEMBER 2013.

    "As a part of my work as a painter, in this series of moving pictures, I have reproduced a moment of the city’s life, in real time, in order to create an art document as realistic as a photography alive." —Ofill Echevarria, 2009.

    Ofill's series of moving pictures [pictures-in-motion] consists of long filming shoots or moving photographs concerning the metropolis of New York, where the project was first created.

    The series explores both philosophical and anthropological aspects of the urban life and its inhabitants.

    These Pictures-In-Motion has been created to be exhibited in a wall as an art object, which includes a video playback device attached to a LCD monitor, framed. The complete work is Ofill's own interpretation of what a photography or a painting in real time would be.

    ©OE, OH, OIA, OiA_P, NYC, 2015.

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  2. Enjoy a great gallery night reception for the work of Cuban artist Ofill Echevarria at The Gabarron New York.

    OFILL ECHEVARRIA'S "THE REAL WORLD / EL MUNDO DE LOS VIVOS" Exhibit and Book Launch at The Carriage House Center for the Arts [The Gabarron Fountation NY].

    *Reception: September 19, 2013. "This very night".

    Hosted by The Gabarron Foundation NY.
    Presented by Jorge Moya, Cuba Art NY, along with the artist and publishers: Un-Gyve (Press) Boston.
    Sponsored by The Cuban Cultural Center of New York.

    Filmed by Luis Nieto Dickens on location.

    © Jazz themes, courtesy Chris Crocco's Fluid trio, LIVE session.
    © A M@NY production. OE, OH, OIA, NYC, 2013.

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  3. Ofill Echevarria's THE FLAG

    *25:46 Min. Non Stop Film. [a picture in motion/fotografia en tiempo real]. *No sound.
    *18"-32" Inches LCD Monitor, framed. *No sound.
    *Edition specifications at the back of each piece or by printing.

    Existing Picture-In-Motion it is part of a new Ofill's project in progress which include paintings.

    Postproduced at COLORBOX NYC
    © Copyright Ofill Echevarria, NYC 2010.

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  4. Ofill Echevarria's THE CORNER [at 34th St & 6th Ave]

    *22:04 Min. Non Stop Film. (a picture in motion/foto en tiempo real). *No sound.
    *Created for several widescreen sizes LCD Monitor, in vertical orientation, framed. Exhibited in a 26" and 32" screen sizes.

    The first cut has been exhibited:
    --'PINTA' Art fair, NYC, Nov. 2009. Ginocchio Gallery.
    --'SCOPE' Art fair. Miami, FL, Dic. 2009. Ginocchio Gallery.

    This cut (FINAL):
    Has been exhibited:
    --"Urban Extensions" exhibit at The University of Rhode Island. Feinstein Providence Campus. Providende, RI. April, 2012.
    --"The Real World" exhibit (vimeo.com/76543973) and book launch at the Gabarron Foundation NY. September 12th-19th, 2013.

    © Copyright Ofill Echevarria, OH, OIA. USA, 2010

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  5. Ofill Echevarria's ABC NEWS
    A-Picture-In-Motion: One shoot, on the 23rd of June 2010 outside the ABC building in Times Square.

    *28:45 Min. Non Stop Film [a picture in motion/foto en tiempo real] *No sound.
    *Created for a 20", 26" LCD Monitor, framed.

    This cut (FINAL):
    Exhibited:
    --"Urban Extensions" exhibit at The University of Rhode Island. Feinstein Providence Campus. Providende, RI. April of 2012.
    --"The Real World" exhibit (vimeo.com/76543973) and book launch at the Gabarron Foundation NY. September, 2013.

    © Copyright Ofill Echevarria, OH, OIA. USA, 2010.

    # vimeo.com/19965666 Uploaded

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Ofill Echevarria

APICTUREINMOTION's Channel is showing the very new Pictures-In-Real-Time of New York based artist Ofill Echevarria, as a part of his work as a painter: http://www.ofillart.com
A live Picture-In-Motion is exhibited [in a wall] as an Art Object* which includes…


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APICTUREINMOTION's Channel is showing the very new Pictures-In-Real-Time of New York based artist Ofill Echevarria, as a part of his work as a painter: http://www.ofillart.com
A live Picture-In-Motion is exhibited [in a wall] as an Art Object* which includes an LCD** Television, framed.
The complete work is Ofill's own interpretation of a photography [or] a painting, in real time.
For this particular internet space we are getting clips [scenes] of the original movies to describe the work in advance. You may want to watch them in High Definition [HD].
/Ofill, NY, 2010

INPORTANT: The Clips in this channel are not fictional examples of the original movies or pictures-in-motion. For more information about size, duration, etc, please contact: ofillindustrial@hotmail.com

*An Art Object is a physical object that is considered to fulfil or have fulfilled an independent and primarily aesthetic function.
**Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is a thin, flat panel used for electronically displaying information such as text, images, and moving pictures.

---Ofill, La Habana, 1972. Made his debut as a member of the action and performance group 'Arte Calle' (Street Art) in 1988.
He established a radicalized guideline that greatly differed to the surrounding aesthetics -plagued with modern paradigms- of Cuban arts of the time.
/Osvaldo Sanchez, Mex., DF, 1997

---Reflective, distorted surfaces create multiple layers of refraction and perspectival perversion in the paintings of Ofill Echevarria. His work appears to produce the effect of camera optics manipulating the photographic veracity of figures in motion, architectural reflections, and fragments of urban life. Actually, the effect is entirely invented by the artist with paint, and it is successful due to the very traditional means that inform every step of the process. A masterful, if covert, composer, Ofill subtly, perhaps imperceptibly, rearranges the world of the city until he achieves a new order of perceptual reality, disclosing only that which contributes to his personal aesthetic -his artistic interpretation of urban life.
/Carol Damian, Miami, FL, 2005

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