Iva Troj Podcast

Ep 121 – Iva Troj : Breaking things in the right places

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Ep 121 – Iva Troj : Breaking things in the right places
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With Gypsy roots and a communist art training, Iva Troj combines a glorious mix of cultures and influences. She was born in Bulgaria, lived in Sweden for 25 years, and is now based in the UK. She paints richly detailed figurative paintings that are layered with complex narratives. In 2016, she was named Contemporary Art Excellence Artist of the Year. Her work is shown and collected internationally.  We had a great conversation and covered a lot of ground.

Here are some of the subjects we visit:

  • Inspirations,
  • Light sources,
  • References,
  • Photoshop,
  • Substrates,
  • Colour palette,
  • Mediums,
  • Brushes,
  • Criticism,
  • The illusion of detail,
  • Pace of work,
  • Renewal,
  • Working in series,
  • Underlying themes,
  • Art business,
  • Galleries,
  • Prices,
  • Collectors,
  • Most moving painting to make,
  • Legacy,
  • The male gaze,

To find out more about Iva and her work go to:
http://www.ivatrojart.com/

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Referenced in the podcast . . .

“Old Mistresses: Women, Art and Ideology” by Rozsika Parker and Griselda Pollock

Most moving painting to make . . .

Iva Troj Bride Series Hyena
Bride Series Hyena | Iva Troj

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2 responses to “Ep 121 – Iva Troj : Breaking things in the right places”

  1. Extraordinary interview! Time well spent listening to one great artist. Great questions answered.

  2. Amazing podcast!! 😀 Thank you. I liked a lot the “male gaze” moments… also the “ilusion of detail” Things I look for in my own stuff. Anyway 🙂 thanks for putting this on!!! I’ll keep listening.

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