I do not plan the execution of my work further than one step ahead. The artwork emerges gradually in an interactive process.
Lev Khesin is a modern Russian born (1981) artist, living in Germany. He studied Fine Arts at the Universität der Künste Berlin and one year in at the Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh. He works mostly with silicone, which gives his work a specific depth and the colours change according to the light. Hes art can be seen at the LÄKEMÄKER Gallery in Berlin.
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It would be nice to be in Tokyo right now. The Yukari Art Gallery exhibits works of Shintaro Ohata – a contemporary painter and sculptor with a great sence for light. Ohata wanted to give his paintings more dynamics and decided to put sculptures in front of them. The effect is a manga-like realism in front of your eyes.