Klibansky’s main points of departure are architecture and the city, particularly the accelerated, compressed and densely populated urban environments of the 21st Century that he smoothly grades into what seems to be a possible glimpse of the future.
The often-perceived soothing prettiness of Klibansky’s work can be experienced as positively numbing the senses of the viewer. An image that in first instance looks harmless and merely pretty is actually a smoke curtain for the real matter at hand, an open mind can attempt to peel back the multi coloured layers of eye candy and distil the core of the message.
Joseph Klibansky makes large-scale, idealistic digital paintings that are built up through hundreds of layers of photography enriched with acrylic paint on archival cotton paper overlaid with a liquid resin. His work conveys a layering and compression of time, space and place creating new narratives by creating dreamy images of cities, combining past and future, with a dramatic dynamism that for the artist becomes a way of signifying his perception of the rapidly changing digital culture as well as suggesting an unravelling of his personal biography.
- Joseph reveals cover artwork for Armin van Buuren UR7
- SCOPE Art Fair Basel 2013
- Collect Art Magazine TEFAF Issue
- Museum size “Garden of Evolution” @ Art Warehouse art fair
- ARCADIS N.V. commisions Joseph Klibansky for 125 year anniversary
- Exhibiting at Art Stage Singapore 2013
- Martijn Wanrooij in Masters of LXRY presents The Masters
- Jackie Magazine Nov/Dec 2012
- Interview Designa Magazine Issue 7, Nov 2012
- Interview Newspaper Gooi- en Eemlander ‘My goal is the top’
- Reflections of Truth on the Cover of Collect Art Magazine - PAN Amsterdam Issue
- Jan Heemskerk, Marian Mudder, Paul Rabbering, Inge Ipenburg, Robert Vuijsje and Raynor Arken about Sex & Relationships on TLC Network Netherlands [Dutch]