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On The Table Read, “the best arts magazine in the UK“, rising Romanian artist, Vladinsky, releases new collection of 18 never-before-seen pieces, Revealing Obscura, reflecting the artist’s connectedness to our present time.
Following the success of sold of the 2021 exhibition ‘Fragments’, find 18 new and never-before-seen artworks by Romanian abstract portraiture painter Vladinsky in a solo exhibition titled ‘Revealing Obscura’. The exhibition will run between the 3rd and 7th of November at London’s HOFA Gallery.
‘Revealing Obscura’ comments on the artists’s shifting philosophical perspectives, with new techniques and new ideas developed during the previous year. The flat layers of paint obscure the underlying figures, creating a new form and a renewed sense of mystery that precisely completes the imagery of this highly regarded contemporary practice. It represents an important juncture in the evolution of contemporary art as changes in our world have deeply influenced our senses of freedom and creative expression.
Born in Onesti in the Moldovan region of post-communism Romania in July 1988, Vladinsky grew up fascinated by art, starting by recreating drawings of cartoon characters such as Tom & Jerry. His free spirit and determination led him to follow a path different from his middle class parents, and he set out to become one of the world’s top visual artists. This goal led him to work hard to create the now famous and ongoing ‘Observer’ series, and earn his place on the global art scene. His lengthy period of research into the human condition, in which he studied and made over 100 paintings trying to find a new form following an unknown path, shows in the spontanaity of his paintings.
In ‘Revealing Obscura’, Vladinsky celebrates an accomplishment of 1,000 ‘Observer’ paintings. while reaching this point Vladinsky sensed a lack of command over his work, which inspired the artist to pursue the most natural path possible ahead; “To let go when you feel you have to,” he explained.
The artist has expressed his belief that conflict and overall hostile forces have a profound effect on the human psyche.
In current times, the artist has also noted that his artistic independence and power of expression are under threats of repression; our current socioeconomic status quo directly inspired the new compositional features in the latest assortment of ‘Observer’ artworks. What he can represent for himself as a creator is not equal to what he can represent for the viewer because the visual experience of each individual is different and this conveys the magic of what is called the art world. However his wish is not to get to New York or Hong Kong, his wish is a Vladinsky in every house.
HOFA Gallery (House of Fine Art) specializes in contemporary art by established and emerging international artists.
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With a unique selection of highly collectable artworks of appreciative value and an uncompromising dedication to art world innovation, the gallery is committed to its mission in cultural leadership. Using new technologies and digital innovations, HOFA pledges an accessible entry point to the market and inclusivity to art collectors on all levels.
Find Vladinsky at HOFA Gallery now:
‘Revealing Obscura’ by Vladinsky, HOFA Gallery London 03 – 17 November 2022
House of Fine Art (HOFA)
11 Bruton Street, Mayfair
London W1J 6PY
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