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Code:
1176

Title:
Overturning Plans

Dimensions:
70 × 70 cm

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230.00
Description:

Giclée hand signed and numbered by the artist. Edition of 40 prints.

In stock

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I like that painting that has all the characteristics of visualized reflection and which looks like an axiom philosophical yet so obvious that no proof is needed. A painting enigmatic in its construction and innocent in its essence in such a way that it does not claim interpretation but only insight (that is, the element that is triggered by sight only to cancel it). A painting also having the explosion of gesture, the discipline of improvisation and the abstract beauty of a chord. Which does not represent anything beyond its native charm and that its depth is at the same time its surface. Which, finally, is perfect as the point where its formal self-sufficiency will not detract from its content. A painting that will obscure further that which can not withstand light and which will reveal colors that sleep hidden in the lining of the night. Silently and nicely! In conclusion, I am interested in the painting that is directed to the suspicious look to defend secret relationships, landscapes of the soul, the uneven places of the cusp, but claiming the sky and blooming.

Manos Stefanidis

Manos Stefanidis writes: "Konstantilos Tolis' painting balances between an inherent, not easy decoration, but also the ability to challenge the dominant visual clichés, graphics or constructional facilities of the geometric form. Toli's paintings because they are exhaustively designed can and remain unimaginable externally with the storm being raging inside. The landscapes of the soul and desire.. It ends up with the same "calm" expressionist, however, following streets opposite to the typical, highly subjective and "explosive" expressionism - in the way that the historian Thucydides declared "atheist calm", although he fought with the natural laws of the dark goddess of History and the irresistible fate of people ... And this characteristic because it contrasts with the predominant "rule" makes it a special painting, manufactured as if made electronically, very interesting ... In conclusion, I emphasize that Konstantinos Tolis defends something that has always been my firm conviction that painting have only one mission: To paint the invisible in the eyes of the people. "
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