Revolutionary displays

Exhibir obras de arte es todo un arte con el que podemos lograr resultados sorprendentes. Revolucionar las paredes a través de composiciones creadas a partir de dos o más piezas enmarcadas de la misma manera y dispuestas una junto a la otra, o arriésgandonos con grandes conjuntos de series completas, es todo un reto.Para el ejemplo que mostramos , hemos seleccionado la serie Hung Me Up de la artista  Emilie Record, donde nueve impactantes obras se disponen simétricamente y enmarcadas de la misma manera (PhotoGallery Frame), conduciendo la mirada del espectador más allá de lo meramente tradicional.

Adquiere la serie  Hung Me Up en el tamaño y el material de impresión que desees aquí.


Hung Me Up | Emilie Record

Hanging artwork series arrangements in groupings can create an exciting and revolutionary look for any space. From the simplest: two pieces of art, framed identically placed side by side or one over the other, … to the most sophisticated: series of three or more pieces of art of the same or varying sizes.In the display shown above, we spotlight a selection of art pieces by artist Emilie Record: The Hung Me Up Series. Nine artworks framed in the same size and style (PhotoGallery Frame), to encourage the spectator’s eye to move beyond traditional spaces.

Buy the Hung Me Up series in the size and printing material of your choice here.

Emilie Record: The «T World» series


Not everybody can fly (that way).- Shanghai 2010 | Emilie R.

I’ve definitely become an unconditional fan of Emilie Record. An artist born in France in 1980 who followed art classes (drawing, watercolor, oil painting, acrylic, sculpture) from 1986 to 1997.
She started to exhibit her work in France at age of 10. During this time she developed an accurate eye on shapes, lines, volumes and people, pulling her to become a designer.

She becomes an architect awarded by the French government in 2004. Strong of abilities to foresee tendencies and materials and attracted by cultural mixtures, she is joining the Chinese master Bing Thom in Vancouver (Canada) working on Arena Stage Theatre (Washington DC) and TTC University (Fort Worth, Texas). She gets hired later by the French AS Shanghai (Strasbourg Parliament, Paris Oriental World Institute IMA) and Philip Johnson where she won urban competitions in Asia. She then continued to work closer on Interior design projects and graphics, producing and developing powerful artistic concepts through sustainable approaches.

She now fully focuses on illustrations, paintings and graphic design.

Coming from her feelings, what she draws and paints is exhaling the strongest emotions and the most beautiful poses human are able to create. She’s just released a new series at T World

ALong the way we’ll lose harm
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Not everybody can fly (that way) – Emilie R.
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Not all about your lucky star
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Hang me up

E m i l i e R  (F r a n c e 1 9 8 0)  She started to paint at the age of 8, and never lost her curiosity for those quiet mutations of human being meanwhile acting as a designer all around the world (Canada, US, Europe and Asia).

Emilie’s figures are revealing her concern for body in this urban world, now: as an envelope carrying a soul. Perpetually evolving. She is working on representing an area that is messed up in between truth and lies. What you see is only what you want to look at. In between shadow and neon light, there is this in between unreachable that doesn’t even belong to anything known: Superfluity and pure holiness. 




Hang me up is about love.

We talk about love, we learn how to love. The very first moment of our embryonic life is about love. Trophy women. It is not about women. It is about how much we care. Affection is all we need. Time is all there is. Buried somewhere under our principles of freedom and individuality, there is a ruthless hunt for affection. I hang you up, and you’ll be mine forever. Passion, emotional closeness, desire, uniqueness, attachment as the most common and profoundly human needs. Love at it’s most superficial is a religion that kills loneliness. Hearts in bodies. You can get as many as you want, if you want.

Yet you will never get another soul for yourself.

Visita la Galería de E m i l i e R y adquiere sus obras en el tamaño y material de impresión que desees en –  Visit E m i l i e R’s gallery at and acquire any of his artworks in the size and the printing material that you wish.