Painting called Hyle by Szabolcs Veres
Hyle Szabolcs Veres

Veres proposes a loosely gestural yet mostly figurative painting though carefully avoiding narration or any illustrative visual discourse. His ”subjects” allow him to merge landscape, human and animal presence through which he convincingly exploits his potential as a truly impressive colorist.

If the grotesque has been seen as merely the principle of disharmony run wild, or was relegated to the cruder species of the comic, Veres’s vision on the ugly is a fundamentally ambivalent thing, a violent clash of opposites, and hence, in some of its forms at least, is an appropriate expression of the problematical nature of existence.

via Modernism.ro

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