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Ondřej Basjuk

Rockefeller Dinner

UK: Greenford Park Warehouse

Estimate:

5,000

to
- 7,000 GBP

Ondřej Basjuk

Ondřej Basjuk

Rockefeller Dinner

Rockefeller Dinner

Estimate:

5,000

to
- 7,000 GBP

Lot sold:

7,560

GBP

Ondřej Basjuk

Czech, b. 1983

Rockefeller Dinner


signed, titled in english, inscribed and dated 20 on the reverse

acrylic on canvas

unframed: 90 by 120cm., 35½ by 47in.

framed: 93 by 123cm., 36½ by 48in.

Original canvas. This work is in very good original condition and is ready to hang.

Presented in a narrow frame.


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Basjuk's personal fascination with the art of the Far East strongly resonates in his work. Based on complex and profound analysis, his art draws on his deep knowledge of the philosophy of visual representation in that part of the world as well as on his extensive knowledge of philosophy and cultural history in general. Basjuk’s meditative paintings aim at a harmonious interweaving of the spiritual world with the world of perception. The appeal of the author’s work stems from a synthesis of a sovereign graphic expression, demonstrated through a largely monochromatic colour palette, with a socially critical message, frequently hidden in his works.