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Wood Veins

From 24 September to 29 October 2016

Nero Gallery

Nero Gallery

Rome - Italy

Presentation

Nero Gallery presents Wood Veins, the second solo show in Rome of the French artist Veks Van Hillik from September 24 to October 29.

The exhibition represents the consolidation of the connection and evolution between the gallery and the artist. Once again Veks’ work is brought to the eternal city which has now been expanded and enriched because of the evolution and growth of the artists in the past few years due to many international exhibitions and participations in Street Art Festivals of which the latest has been the Grenoble Festival in June.

In Wood Veins, Veks underlines and expresses his strong relationship with nature and animals. The tree trunk is a returning element in the works of the exhibition, emphasizing his animals characters found in their natural habitat.
The environment is the forest with its inhabitants as the protagonists: a little bit of fantasy and a little bit of demonacy. Veks’ animals are the symbol for purity, fertility and rebirth.

The exhibition experiments with the borders between nature and fantasy, moving away from the concept of an imaginary city and making our fantasy closer to a world that we recognize taking us back to a childlike purity and primitivity and escaping from daily metropolitan chaos.

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Address

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  • Via Castruccio Castracane, 9
    00176, Roma
    Italy
    +390620871418

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Veks Van Hillik, Dark Side Of The Great Heron, Painting

Veks Van Hillik

Dark Side Of The Great Heron, 2016
120 x 37 x 10 cm
Painting

€1 320

Veks Van Hillik, Burn After Jumping, Painting

Veks Van Hillik

Burn After Jumping, 2016
45 x 90 x 5 cm
Painting

€1 210

Veks Van Hillik, Fullmoon Fish, Painting

Veks Van Hillik

Fullmoon Fish, 2016
73 x 60 x 5 cm
Painting

€1 000

Veks Van Hillik, Bugs Bunny Death, Painting

Veks Van Hillik

Bugs Bunny Death, 2016
20 x 20 x 5 cm
Painting

€450

Veks Van Hillik

France