17 Dec 2009

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2010























Cristina Cocullo Photography

POW December 2009





















ICONS
A series of images by Cristina Cocullo part of a group audio-visual exhibition Photosense Open Wall @ Bar Sequence 43 Essex Rd, London, N1 Islington. http://www.barsequence.com/
Friday 11th December 2009 from 7pm till 3am.

Cristina Cocullo Photography

16 Nov 2009

Telling Tales

The exhibition runs from November 16th – December 11th

Mayfair library
25 South Audley Street
London W1K 2PB
Monday–Friday
11 am–7 pm
Saturday
10.30 am–2 pm

The roots of popular fairy tales and folklore can be traced through time and across belief systems all over the world – Cinderella, for example, is recorded in versions from 9th century a.d China and further into the past. With each culture the heroes and heroines take on different virtues reflecting not only the storytellers take on their society, but also their individual roles in it.

This mixed media exhibition gathers together a group of international artists, all of whose work tells tales - some recounting their own stories, some interpreting stories that have had an impact on them.


Marisol Cavia, Cristina Cocullo, Emanuela Franchini, Gemma Lowe
Cat Roisetter, Iain Sharpe, Jakeline Londono

Curated by Camille Rodskjaer

http://cristinacocullo.yolasite.com/

Phtosense Open Wall 30 October 2009


'CONCRETE'
A visual deconstruction of a structure made of concrete.


A series of images by Cristina Cocullo part of a group audio-visual exhibition
@
Bar Sequence 43 Essex Rd, London, N1 Islington. http://www.barsequence.com/

Friday 30th October 2009 from 7pm till 3am.


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Heterological Boundaries 2


NEW WORKS FROM THE SERIES HETEROLOGICAL BOUNDARIES
@ The Foundry, London
20-25 October 2009

The exhibition is inspired by the Grelling’s paradox, also known as the Heterological Paradox. According to this semantic paradox, words that describe exactly what they are – such as ‘short’ - are named autological. Words that don’t – such as ‘long’ - are referred to as heterological.
The paradox arises then, when one considers whether the word heterological is indeed autological or not.
Heterological Boundaries comprises a series of diptyches in which both artists’ photos are juxtaposed, with the aim of representing Grelling’s paradox in pictures.
The unlikely union of the two artists’ very different photographic style forms a series of new images and unleashes new meanings for viewers to discover.

“We have always been attracted to each other’s photography and the different images we use to convey similar meanings, Grelling goes to the very heart of what we are trying to portray and challenges our sense of meaning.” Cristina Cocullo

“We decided on the concept of the exhibition early on as we both believe that photography is the best conduit for conveying meaning, these double images sit together without explanation as we want to let people come to their own conclusions about what label belongs to each image. After all, while all the photos are heterological images, a closer look might break through boundaries to reveal their autological meanings.” Emanuela Franchini

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20 Apr 2009



Photographic exhibition
"THE 11 COMMANDMENTS"
from May the 5th to July the 7th 2009
Southwark Cathedral, London
To all of you... come and join me for the private view of my photographic exhibition:
"The 11 Commandments" SUNDAY THE 10TH OF MAY from 3pm - 6pm
@ the Refectory, Southwark Cathedral London Bridge SE1 9DA London UK
admission free
See you there!!! ;-)
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13 Jan 2009

Heterological Boundaries


Cristina Cocullo & Emanuela Franchini
"Heterological Boundaries"
Grelling’s paradox, also known as Heterological Paradox.This semantic paradox assumes that autological words are exactly what they describe (“short” is therefore autological being actually short).
Heterological words are those that are not like what they describe (“long” is a perfect example of a heterological word).
The question arises when someone asks whether the word heterological is autological.
If the answer is 'yes', "heterological" is then autological leading to a contradiction.
If the answer is 'no', "heterological" is then heterological and again leading to a contradiction.
These images are a simple attempt to break the heterological boundaries.
The private view night is on March 2nd from 6 to 8pm @ the Mayfair Library, 25 South Audley Street, London W1K 2PB.
For the Maifair Library opening hours please visit the website:
The photographic exhibition will stay on till the 3rd of April 2009 @ 7pm.
For any enquiry please contact: kefkarts@googlemail.com
You are all welcome to attend!

http://cristinacocullo.yolasite.com/exhibitions.php
MY MEAT MARKET

meat market #2

meat market #2
athens, by cristina cocullo 2005
The picture "meat market #2" above is part of an exhibition running at the Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne, Switzerland (08.02-20.05.2007) and it's been published in the issue n.9 of JPG magazine. http://jpgmag.com/issues/9 http://www.allphotographersnow.ch

meat market #9

meat market #9
athens, by cristina coculoo 2005

meat market #1

meat market #1
athens, by cristina cocullo 2005

meat market #6

meat market #6
athens, by cristina cocullo 2005

meat market #5

meat market #5
athens, by cristina cocullo 2005

meat market #13

meat market #13
athens, by cristina cocullo 2005

meat market #10

meat market #10
athens, by cristina cocullo 2005

meat market #4

meat market #4
athens, by cristina cocullo 2005

meat market #3

meat market #3
athens, by cristina cocullo 2005
MY STILL LIFES

tulips #1

tulips #1
by cristina cocullo 2007

tulips #2

tulips #2
by cristina cocullo 2007

roses and plastic #1

roses and plastic #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2005

roses and plastic #2

roses and plastic #2
london, by cristina cocullo 2005

twist #1

twist #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2005

breakfast #1

breakfast #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2004

chair oranges and apples #1

chair oranges and apples #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2007

blue bubble #1

blue bubble #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2004
MY ICONS

jesus #1

jesus #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2005

jesus #5

jesus #5
malta, by cristina cocullo 2006

jesus #3

jesus #3
malta,by cristina cocullo 2006

jesus #2

jesus #2
pavia, by cristina cocullo 2006

madonna #1

madonna #1
malta, by cristina cocullo 2006

sacro cuore #1

sacro cuore #1
malta, by cristina cocullo 2006

jesus #4

jesus #4
malta, by cristina cocullo 2006

sacro cuore #2

sacro cuore #2
malta, by cristina coculoo 2006

transparent jesus #1

transparent jesus #1
by cristina cocullo 2007

candles #1

candles #1
malta, by cristina cocullo 2006

save a prayer

save a prayer
mexico, by cristina cocullo 2005
MY PLACES

pier #1

pier #1
bournemonth, by cristina cocullo 2005

2 chairs and a bottle #1

2 chairs and a bottle #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2004

waterfall #1

waterfall #1
certosa di pavia, by cristina cocullo 2006

life and plastic #1

life and plastic #1
mexico, by cristina cocullo 2005

cows in the mist #1

cows in the mist #1
ireland, by cristina cocullo 2004

blur winter #1

blur winter #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2004

the chair #1

the chair #1
certosa di pavia, by cristina cocullo 2006

brompton cemetry #1

brompton cemetry #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2005
MY LANDSCAPES

napflio #1

napflio #1
napflio, by cristina cocullo 2005

tulum #1

tulum #1
mexico, by cristina cocullo 2005

silence #1

silence #1
sweden, by cristina cocullo 2006

mgarr #1

mgarr #1
magrr, by cristina cocullo 2006
MY ROOMS

room #1

room #1
torre dei negri, by cristina cocullo 2001

room #2

room #2
torre dei negri, by cristina cocullo 2001

trolls, candles & flowers #1

trolls, candles & flowers #1
bu cristina cocullo 2007

room #3

room #3
torre dei negri, by cristina cocullo 2001

room #4

room #4
milano, by cristina cocullo 2001

room #5

room #5
tore dei negri, by cristina cocullo 2001

room #6

room #6
milano, by cristina cocullo 2001

room #7

room #7
pavia, by cristina cocullo, 2001

room #8

room #8
milano, by cristina cocullo 2001
MY ABSTRACTS

cracking #1

cracking #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2005

surface #1

surface #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2005

stripes #1

stripes #1
london, by cristina cocullo 2005