Štech Adam & Typlt Lubomír

Lubomír Typlt, Nezralé třešně, 2023180 x 240 cmolej na plátně
Adam Štech, Nude, 2024120 x 90 cmolej na plátně
Lubomír Typlt, Mnoho povyku pro nic, 2024 180 x 240 cmolej na plátně
Adam Štech, Hlava, 202475 x 100 cmsádrová mozaika
Lubomír Typlt, Vidím, co ty nevidíš, 2023260 x 200 cmolej na plátně
Adam Štech, Mateřství I., 2024160 x 135 cmolej na plátně
Lubomír Typlt, Rozverná, 2023160 x 130 cmolej na plátně
Adam Štech, W. Dafoe as Jesus, 202457 x 32 x 28 cmsocha - bronz, mosaz
Lubomír Typlt, Procitnutí, 2024180 x 240 cmolej na plátně
Adam Štech, Picasso, 202430 x 40 x 46 cminkrustovaný bronz (oči ze dřeva a perleti)
Lubomír Typlt, Ruce, 2024160 x 130 cmolej na plátně
Adam Štech, Emoji, 202333 x 25 cmsádrová mozaika

Adam Štech (1980) invites the viewer into an alternate reality where recognizable characters are stretched, reextended and reassembled into deformed images of their former selves. The Czech painter began his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague where he began to explore the techniques of Baroque,Expressionist and Cubist styles and combined them to create his own approach to modernist art. His distinctive approach is characterised by collaged and caricatured figures set in the humorous - and inevitably peculiar - circumstances of his alternative reality. In the last decade or more, Lubomír Typlt (1975) has become a quintessential figurationist who has abandoned the initial ambiguity of his painterly expression, originally dealing with machines and mechanical meta-constructions alongside his depiction of human figures. He was thus able to develop his own conception of the human being more consistently and emphatically, which he divided into gender-opposite positions, into paintings with women and paintings with men, among which no work has yet been produced in which both sexes appear together.

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