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Hauschka Jiri

Hauschka Jiri
Author: Martin Dostál, Jiří Hauschka, Edward Lucie-Smith
Category:Books, Art
Language: English and Czech
Page count: 232
Binding: flexo
ISBN: 978-80-7437-350-3
EAN: 9788074373503
Date: 2021
Issue number: 1.
Price: 59 EUR
Size: 23,5 x 28 cm
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Jiří Hauschka (born 1965 in Šumperk) turns to this type of painting method that utilizes colours and symbolic connotations, prevalent at the turn of the 20th century – he positions himself in that period next to the Canadian painter Tom Thomson (1877–1917) – and used by contemporary painters such as Daniel Richter or Peter Doig. Reality is transformed by the painter‘s narration into layered storytelling, where the artist’s memory is interspersed with new experiences, views, desires and emotional turbulences. In the case of Jiri Hauschka, we find ourselves in the wilderness of painter nostalgia, where we look for the conceptual person, and in urban civilization, which has barely any options left and where we can therefore feel and see the colours of wilderness. 
The authors of the texts are Martin Dostál and the famous British art historian Edward Lucie-Smith.