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  • Marian Kasperczyk, Hand, 1992

    Marian Kasperczyk, Hand, 1992
    Own technique “back to front” (acrylic on canvas), 41 x 33 cm

    From 1988, Kasperczyk developed an original techinque to which he devoted exclusively and which he called “back to front”. It consists of covering the back of the canvas of acrylic paint and then to press it through. The works thus obtained, presented for the first time at Art Cologne in 1991, are situated at the boundary of the bi- and three-dimensionality and the primordial role is played by light, which makes appear or disappear the irregularities of a rough texture. Over the years, Marian Kasperczyk perfected this technique. He exhibits mainly in France and Poland.

  • Marian Kasperczyk, Foot, 1992

    600.00

    Marian Kasperczyk, Foot, 1992
    Own technique “back to front” (acrylic on canvas), 41 x 33 cm

    From 1988, Kasperczyk developed an original techinque to which he devoted exclusively and which he called “back to front”. It consists of covering the back of the canvas of acrylic paint and then to press it through. The works thus obtained, presented for the first time at Art Cologne in 1991, are situated at the boundary of the bi- and three-dimensionality and the primordial role is played by light, which makes appear or disappear the irregularities of a rough texture. Over the years, Marian Kasperczyk perfected this technique. He exhibits mainly in France and Poland.

  • Marian Kasperczyk, Back to front painting

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    Marian Kasperczyk, Back to front painting

    Catalog of the exhibtion “Marian Kasperczyk. Back to front painting” at the Roi Doré Gallery from July 4 to September 14, 2013. The BACK TO FRONT technique invented in 1988 by the artis, this technique consists of painting on the back of the virgin canvas, then to press the paint that emerges on the right side. Depending on the light, the forms (portraits, architecture, objects…) appear or disappear creating a magic effect. Figuration emerges when the light is less intense, while a strong light makes it disappear and the painting becomes totally abstract and structural.

    Authors : Tomasz Rudomino, Alicja Polap
    Translations : Marta Perez, Alicja Polap
    Graphic design : Jarek Kruk

    ISBN : 979-10-90480-08-7

  • Marian Kasperczyk, Nobody

    Marian Kasperczyk, Nobody
    Own technique “back to front” (acrylic on canvas), 41 x 33 cm

    From 1988, Kasperczyk developed an original techinque to which he devoted exclusively and which he called “back to front”. It consists of covering the back of the canvas of acrylic paint and then to press it through. The works thus obtained, presented for the first time at Art Cologne in 1991, are situated at the boundary of the bi- and three-dimensionality and the primordial role is played by light, which makes appear or disappear the irregularities of a rough texture. Over the years, Marian Kasperczyk perfected this technique. He exhibits mainly in France and Poland.

  • Marian Kasperczyk, Portrait, 1992

    600.00

    Marian Kasperczyk, Portrait, 1992
    Own technique “back to front” (acrylic on canvas), 41 x 33 cm

  • Marian Kasperczyk, Zlatko, 2011

    600.00

    Marian Kasperczyk, Zlatko
    Own technique “back to front” (acrylic on canvas), 41 x 33 cm