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Vytautas Tomasevicius The Municipality Send Grafity Masters to Tibet to Take Part in Silent Resistance, 2019

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  • Medium

    Painting : acrylic, pencil, airbrush painting

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    23.6 x 35.4 x 0.8 inch

  • Support

    Painting on canvas on stretcher

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Type

    Unique work

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    Like a filmmaker, a profession in which he worked many years ago, Vytautas Tomasevivius explores scenes in counter-fields. He paints a snapshot of two points of view that meet on his canvas. He creates a paradox, a surprising image that questions and challenges the observer.
    The background he first draws with graphite is a saturated image, steeped in history and memory. The fragmented rendering makes it possible to see the vibration of the elongating seconds, a fixed shot. The landscape thus stretches over a long time, standardized by a pastel color, an expression of a past time.
    Vytautas then sets the graphite lightly colored with a matt varnish. It is with acrylic that he paints the counter-fields. Vitality, the change of point of view is brought by the use of aerosol and bright and mixed colors.
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Vytautas Tomasevicius

Lithuania Born in: 1972

Vytautas Tomaševičius (born 1972) is a Lithuanian painter, he has lived and worked in Vilnius since the late 1990s.

In 1998 he graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Arts, majoring in painting and theater scenography. For several years, he has been directing film design and painting.

Vytautas creates his story by opposing small to large, brilliant to blur, colored to black and white, calm to expressive. “A dozen colorful exotic birds in the landscapes of an industrial town, graffiti-stained yaks in front of the mountains remind us of a changing world that we don't notice when we drown in our daily routine," says the artist.

In 2008 Tomaševičius received the first prize at the Baltic Art Biennale in St. Petersburg.

In 2019, he won an award of excellence at the third Art Olympia Biennale in Tokyo, with his work "A Still Life with Two Objects" (2016). Tomaševičius is the first Lithuanian artist to receive this distinction.

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