The art of Hector de Gregorio


left: Magus/Lee Adams (or Magician in the Tarot) (2009); right: I Expel All Evil (2010).

Tarot imagery—or work inspired by it—continues to infiltrate the contemporary art world. The gallery sites featuring Hector de Gregorio’s pictures have a couple of other portraits based on the Major Arcana but there’s no clue as to whether he’s depicted the full series. Given the quality of these creations I think he ought to give it a go. Via Bajo el Signo de Libra.

Previously on { feuilleton }
The Major Arcana by Jak Flash
The Sapphire Museum of Magic and Occultism
Strange Attractor Salon
The art of Pamela Colman Smith, 1878–1951
Layered Orders: Crowley’s Thoth Deck and the Tarot
In the Shadow of the Sun by Derek Jarman
The Major Arcana

2 thoughts on “The art of Hector de Gregorio”

  1. Thanks for this inspiring post, John! De Gregorio’s work is entirely new to me and I’m glad to see that a photographer interested in fetish, art historical and religious themes has not only been able to avoid all the Witkin-isms so prevalent in the genre, but to embrace humour as well. Top stuff.

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