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Rarely do I willingly speak of my paintings. What I see is not necessarily the same as you see. The paintings should only be seen in the viewer’s own eyes. However, in my last solo exhibition during the fall in Milan, organized by Camaver Kunsthaus, an Italian asked why the people in the paintings are always blind. The answer is simple, although people may see physically, it does not make them look mentally. Unfortunately, most people are blind.
" The painting, The Charm, made in 2015, originated in the bourgeois highly “discreet” charm and these people’s dominance and self-satisfaction but also lack of self-awareness.
The idea came after participating in a snobbish event, it was actually a funeral, with,
as always, the pompous and exaggerated speeches.
The emerging binary digits can either symbolize the passing of time, or present time, or modern digital information, or just the flow….. "
New York Arts Magazine, NY Arts, recently published a post from Hans Andre where he talks about his paintings.
"I do not really like to talk about my painting.
However, just to paint because it is beautiful or aesthetically, I do not find it meaningful.
I’m always looking for different layers in my paintings, ie. different ways for the viewer to see them on.
Ideally is if the viewer over time can see the other layers and ................."…