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DARIA PETRILLI (1970), ITALIAN PAINTER – sublimate feminine beauty

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Founded in the early 1920s by Andre Breton (and emphatically explained in his Manifestoes of Surrealism), Surrealism is considered both a cultural and revolutionary art movement. Andre Breton, said that “the mind which plunges into Surrealism, relives with burning excitement the best part of childhood”. Some of the most iconic artworks has come from surrealists (whether it’s Dali, Magritte or Ernst). ...

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OLEG SHUPLYAK – Keep staring at the pictures

Oleg Shuplyak 1/4 – was born 23 September 1967 in Ternopil, Ukraine.  In 1991 he graduated the Architecture Department of the Lviv Polytechnic National University. But his first love and passion was always painting, however, and he has used the technical precision of an architect to create his intriguing optical illusions. Oleg Shuplyak 2/4  – It was at the institute ...

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OPTICAL ILLUSION PAINTINGS with a double meanings

As it has been confirmed over and over again, sometimes there is much more to the eye than you can initially perceive. We are going to present you three painters to enjoy the optical illusion they’ve created and to play with what you can see in their artworks. Which of these paintings do you like the most? OCTAVIO OCAMPO (Mexico) – Octavio ...

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