The exhibition presents works from the series “Pseudology Fantastica”.
The series of paintings in the style of calligraffiti in its subject matter refers to the theory of lies. Robert Vanecke tries to identify and describe this eternal human taint. In his graphics, the artist notes his thoughts and reflections on the nature of lies. The artist presents various forms of lies in an abstract way. In the series “Pseudologia Fantastica”, the painter uses abstract symbols to tell unique stories of interpersonal relationships. The works are characterized by the clarity of the composition and the simplicity of color.
Painting by Robert Vanecke is a process inspired by handwriting. It is a completely abstract visual creation, devoid of any specific semantic meaning. Painting allows for every possible interpretation. Calligraffiti is an art form that combines calligraphy, typography and graffiti. This form of creativity integrates signs referring to lettering, which create a broader, symbolic, very emotional message.
Calligraffiti is an art form that combines calligraphy, typography and graffiti. This is an example of abstract art that can be classified as either abstract expressionism or abstract vandalism. It is defined as visual art that integrates letters into compositions that try to convey a broader message through writing that has been aesthetically altered to go beyond the literal meaning. Calligraffiti is the unique art of calligraphy understood as a conscious effort to transform a word or group of words into a visual composition. It can be similar with symbolic symbols.