A Russian painter Skirill presents his freak and morbid creatures, that died long time ago, but are still alive and waiting for Death in this frozen and dusty world..
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Pencils on paper.
In the first half of the 20th century a French writer and poet Andre Breton, who was the founder of surrealism, invented the game named "Exquisite corpse" where each collaborator added to the composition sequence is allowed to see only the end of the previous person’s contribution.
Nowadays, a lot of international surrealism painters continue his ideas.
The "Exquisite corpses" are created by the following international painters:
Bernard Dumaine (France), Tim Seaward (France), Marcel Bakker (Netherlands),
Sheela Singla (United States), Janelle McKain (United States),
Elle Gottzi (Canada), Marc Gosselin (Canada), Daeve Fellows (Canada).
Pencils on paper.
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Exquisite corpses of our times
Instincts and Decadence
In works by Mexican artist Hector Pineda erotic elements and strength, decadence and death are intertwined. His art is provocative and transgressive.
...20 minutes prior to a birth, with a smell of the amniotic fluid we recognize our Mother, then we shed our wings and learn how to be mammals.
Pencils/ink/graphite/watercolor on paper.
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Acrylic/charcoal on paper.
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Sergio Padovani was born in Italy. First he was an experimental musician, but later a sound was transformed into an image. It’s the projection of his inner head with the lack of music or maybe a vague memory of it.
This is the narration about inexplicable “recherche” of corporeity, its miseries and still beauty always and anyway.
This is the demanding imperfection and It’s self-satisfied purity, the beginning of strange inadequate, everlasting happiness.
Oil/bitumen/resin on canvas.
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Vessels of emotion
Finnish artist Timo Sälekivi uses existing elements of his surroundings as seeds for the visual aspects of his works, changing things and combining elements like one would in a dream. Observing people, families going on about their lives transform into a world of black-cloaked vulture figures that he often paints.
Rather depicting aspects of humanity than people as such, he uses other visual forms as vessels of emotion.
Acrylic on canvas and paper.
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An absolute madness is spread over the canvas of the Belarusian artist under the pseudonym A.R.Ch. Bright colours of instincts and triumph of fantasies spill into the commonness of action and environment. A murderer and his victim are not opposite to each other,but intertwined to something homogeneous, inseparable not only at mental level, but also at physical one. The heroes are attracted to each other and this magnetism gives birth to the dance of death which is inimitable, but at the same time so ordinary for them. And life goes on in full swing in the eyes, as well as in the cut bellies of its gorgeous children.
Oil on canvas / watercolor on paper.
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Metaphysics of decay
There is a manifestation of the darkest abyss of the unconsciousness in Curst Insanum artworks. Wrested out from the viscous delirium of sleepy nightmares, rotting, decaying splinters of that what once was a man, which stuck forever in a claustrophobic vacuum of tiled walls and damp cellars, they realize their sickest fantasies. Continuously expose themselves to torture and suffering, they irrevocably lost any hope of redemption.
Oil on hardboard and canvas / graphite pencil on paper
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Acrylics, gouache and ink on paper
Denis Forkas Kostromitin was born in 1977 in the town of Kamyshin on the river Volga, Russia. The artist’s work is deeply rooted in the aesthetics of classical antiquity and mysticism. Forkas’s paintings and drawings have been featured in many international music releases as album covers (Behemoth, Paradise Lost, Grave Miasma, Horseback, etc.).