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There's a reason Pablo Picasso's "Guernica" is one of the best known paintings in the world.A tangle of distorted faces, limbs and body parts in stark black-and-white, the painting's palette evokes Picasso's work – so different from the rest of Hagopian's vibrant work.The second portrait captures a head of the same size and in the same position, but comprised of black-and-white elements – birds, shoes, hands and abstract geometrical forms – that come together to form human features.The majority of the paintings in Hagopian's show employ this sort of double perspective, using lots of small elements grouped together to create a single larger composition.Fans of geometrically driven artwork – from Picasso's paintings to the colorful collages of Hussein Madi – will enjoy Hagopian's aesthetic and her talent for building up simple individual elements to create a complex whole.Janet Hagopian's "A Moment Suspended in Time" continues at Art Lounge through April 11, Wednesdays through Saturdays from 4 to 9 p.m. For more information, please call 03-997-676 .
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