‘Delaying Techniques’

‘Delaying Techniques’, 2016 by Deborah Azzopardi

‘Delaying Techniques’, 2016 by Deborah Azzopardi

To hunt: to search determinedly for someone or something.

The high of a new date, new restaurant, a new roommate, a new phone, what if we just stopped for a second, delayed ourselves and took a pause from this pursuit.

In her newly titled work ‘DELAYING TECHNIQUES’, Deborah Azzopardi jumps into the foray of masculinity and switches for the first time in almost 30 years her artistic gaze to…. MEN.

Azzorpardi, who knows women’s every curve, every worry or every thrill-seeking, almost dangerously exciting moment, has begun her investigation into masculinity and brought into her oeuvre.

With, ‘DELAYING TECHNIQUES’ Azzopardi epitomizes masculine strength in a moment of reflection, a pause from the chase, the quiet moment, before a man unleashes his energy back into the world and hunts again.

Has he made his decision? Will he go after it/him/her?

See for yourself – Private View: Tuesday 28 June | 6.30 – 9.30pm | Live Music & DJ.

For all collectors and lovers of Azzopardi Art.


Words by Julie Smith
Masters of Art Business, Sotheby’s Institute of Art BBS


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