Read, 2006, collage and acrylic on linen, 160 x 120 cm
Shop Till You Flop, collage & acrylic on linen, 150 x 110 cm
Dr M With Flag
Suntan, acrylic and collage on linen, 160 x 120 cm
Tembak, acrylic and collage on linen
ISBN 7887, acrylic and collage on linen
Born in Johor, Malaysia on September 1st, 1963, Amin Zainorin has worked in advertising and public relations, banking, a diving school, a hotel and restaurant. He now lives and works in Copenhagen.
Zainorin’s work records, reminds, explores, and at times highlights, universal issues linked to identity, spirituality and modernity, and expresses with sincerity and playfulness a vision devoid of monotony or cynicism.
His artworks have evolved from the consecutive layering of various mediums into complex collages, with the superimposed colourful tones and texture of acrylic paint.
This refined technique, where opacity and translucency complement each other, creates a quiet equilibrium in the composition of the image. Areas of bold colours, sometimes of contrasting tonality, sit perfectly with the layering of the more complex and detailed contents of glossy magazines, advertisements or newspaper articles.
Amir Zainorin on Saatchi Gallery OnLine
Posted by Carmelita Caruana
Wonderful collages, concept and art! Keep up the great work!
Love these collages! Effortlessly explore complex issues such as consumerism (i.e. “Shop till you flop” ), culture and modernity (“Suntan”, “ISBN 7887″).
this art is dope. excellent work, Amir Zainorin!