59 min

Martine Johanna: Unveiling Realism and Female Complexity in Art Truth In This Art: Stories from Artists, Cultural Leaders and Creative Thinkers

    • Documentary

In this episode, host Rob Lee interviews Dutch artist Martine Johanna. They discuss Martine's early experiences with art, her journey as an artist, and her upcoming exhibition "A Particular Ghost." Martine shares her inspiration and concept behind the collection, exploring themes of female empowerment, sexuality, and the complexities of the female experience within society. 🎨👩‍🎨👻
Episode Highlights:
Martine shares her early experiences with art and her journey as an artist. [00:01:54] 🎨Martine discusses how her background in fashion and illustration influences her current work. [00:09:46] 👗🎨Martine provides insights into her upcoming exhibition "A Particular Ghost" and the themes she explores in her artwork. [00:33:39] 🖼️👻Martine talks about the inspiration behind her paintings "A Round Object Has No Sharp Edge" and "Slow Motion" and the emotions she aims to capture in her work. [00:43:53] 🎨😌Key Takeaways:
Martine's artwork explores themes of female empowerment, sexuality, and the complexities of the female experience within society. 🌸🌟She draws inspiration from her dreams and personal experiences, using her art as a means of self-expression and coping with trauma. 💭🎨Martine challenges societal norms and expectations surrounding female bodies and desires, aiming to create a more inclusive and accepting space for women. 🚺🌈Support Martine Johanna by visiting her website at martinejohanna.com and checking out her upcoming exhibition "A Particular Ghost" at Hashimoto Contemporary LA. 🌐👻
Social Media LinkInstagram: Martine Johanna
Hey there! If you enjoyed this episode with Martine Johanna, we would greatly appreciate it if you could take a moment to rate and review the podcast. Your feedback helps us improve and reach more listeners like you. 🌟👂
Also, if you want to show your support for the podcast and gain access to exclusive content, consider becoming a patron on our Patreon page. Your contribution helps us continue to bring you engaging conversations with talented artists. 🎙️💖
Thank you for your support and for being a part of The Truth in This Art community! 🙌🎨🎙️

This program is supported (in part) by a grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.
If you have a story about art, culture, or community, share it with us at rob@thetruthinthisart.com for a chance to be featured on 'The Truth In This Art' podcast.
Follow The Truth In This Art on Twitter, Threads, IG, and Facebook @truthinthisart
Original music by Daniel Alexis Music with additional music from Chipzard.
Episode illustration by Alley Kid Art.
About "The Truth In This Art"
"The Truth In This Art," hosted by Rob Lee, is a podcast that explores the essence of creativity and its community impact, amplifying artists' voices and their profound stories.
Connect with me:
Website | Twitter | Instagram 
Support the show:
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In this episode, host Rob Lee interviews Dutch artist Martine Johanna. They discuss Martine's early experiences with art, her journey as an artist, and her upcoming exhibition "A Particular Ghost." Martine shares her inspiration and concept behind the collection, exploring themes of female empowerment, sexuality, and the complexities of the female experience within society. 🎨👩‍🎨👻
Episode Highlights:
Martine shares her early experiences with art and her journey as an artist. [00:01:54] 🎨Martine discusses how her background in fashion and illustration influences her current work. [00:09:46] 👗🎨Martine provides insights into her upcoming exhibition "A Particular Ghost" and the themes she explores in her artwork. [00:33:39] 🖼️👻Martine talks about the inspiration behind her paintings "A Round Object Has No Sharp Edge" and "Slow Motion" and the emotions she aims to capture in her work. [00:43:53] 🎨😌Key Takeaways:
Martine's artwork explores themes of female empowerment, sexuality, and the complexities of the female experience within society. 🌸🌟She draws inspiration from her dreams and personal experiences, using her art as a means of self-expression and coping with trauma. 💭🎨Martine challenges societal norms and expectations surrounding female bodies and desires, aiming to create a more inclusive and accepting space for women. 🚺🌈Support Martine Johanna by visiting her website at martinejohanna.com and checking out her upcoming exhibition "A Particular Ghost" at Hashimoto Contemporary LA. 🌐👻
Social Media LinkInstagram: Martine Johanna
Hey there! If you enjoyed this episode with Martine Johanna, we would greatly appreciate it if you could take a moment to rate and review the podcast. Your feedback helps us improve and reach more listeners like you. 🌟👂
Also, if you want to show your support for the podcast and gain access to exclusive content, consider becoming a patron on our Patreon page. Your contribution helps us continue to bring you engaging conversations with talented artists. 🎙️💖
Thank you for your support and for being a part of The Truth in This Art community! 🙌🎨🎙️

This program is supported (in part) by a grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.
If you have a story about art, culture, or community, share it with us at rob@thetruthinthisart.com for a chance to be featured on 'The Truth In This Art' podcast.
Follow The Truth In This Art on Twitter, Threads, IG, and Facebook @truthinthisart
Original music by Daniel Alexis Music with additional music from Chipzard.
Episode illustration by Alley Kid Art.
About "The Truth In This Art"
"The Truth In This Art," hosted by Rob Lee, is a podcast that explores the essence of creativity and its community impact, amplifying artists' voices and their profound stories.
Connect with me:
Website | Twitter | Instagram 
Support the show:
Merch from Redbubble | Make a Donation 


★ Support this podcast ★

59 min