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Fernando Ekman
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Thalian Hall
Oil & Pastel on Canvas
22" x 22" 

    Thalian Hall

    Oil & Pastel on Canvas
    22" x 22"
  • 12Volts
Oil on Canvas
63" x 63" 

    12Volts

    Oil on Canvas
    63" x 63"
  • Boca de Cena - Arco
Oil & Pastel on Canvas
39.5" x 39.5" 

    Boca de Cena - Arco

    Oil & Pastel on Canvas
    39.5" x 39.5"
  • Boca de Cena - Catarse I
Ink & Pigment on Paper
44.5" x 46" 

    Boca de Cena - Catarse I

    Ink & Pigment on Paper
    44.5" x 46"
  • Boca de Cena II
Oil & Pastel on Canvas
31.5" x 39.5" 

    Boca de Cena II

    Oil & Pastel on Canvas
    31.5" x 39.5"
  • Habana Chair
Watercolor on Paper
45" x 29.5" 

    Habana Chair

    Watercolor on Paper
    45" x 29.5"
  • Olivetti Linea 98
Watercolor Paper
36.5" x 46" 

    Olivetti Linea 98

    Watercolor Paper
    36.5" x 46"
  • Ópera
Oil Pastel on Canvas
16" x 20" 

    Ópera

    Oil Pastel on Canvas
    16" x 20"
  • Opera Philadelphia
Oil & Pastel on Canvas
19.5" x 22" 

    Opera Philadelphia

    Oil & Pastel on Canvas
    19.5" x 22"
  • Pelada
Oil on Canvas
63" x 63" 

    Pelada

    Oil on Canvas
    63" x 63"
  • Redneck Chair
Watercolor on Paper
45" x 29.5" 

    Redneck Chair

    Watercolor on Paper
    45" x 29.5"
  • Remingtone
Watercolor Paper
45.5" x 46" 

    Remingtone

    Watercolor Paper
    45.5" x 46"
  • Spanish Royal Chair
Watercolor on Paper
45" x 29.5" 

    Spanish Royal Chair

    Watercolor on Paper
    45" x 29.5"
  • Teatro di San Carlo
Oil & Pastel on Canvas
31.5" x 39.5" 

    Teatro di San Carlo

    Oil & Pastel on Canvas
    31.5" x 39.5"
  • Teatro Santa Helena
Oil & Charcoal on Canvas
47.5" x 59" 

    Teatro Santa Helena

    Oil & Charcoal on Canvas
    47.5" x 59"
  • The Time Machine
Acrylic
63" x 63" 

    The Time Machine

    Acrylic
    63" x 63"
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Fernando Ekman

Brazilian artist Fernando Ekman’s work deals heavily with themes surrounding memory. Working as a scenographer for a television network in Brazil, Ekman spends his days contemplating the forestages of theaters where actors perform with passion and recite from memory beautiful pieces of art as well as reenactments of life.

As such, it is these scenes that he chooses to depict in his work—although in his paintings the stages are devoid of any actors or musicians, standing as only empty memories of the art that was brought to life upon them.




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