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Alexis Lippstreu

Alexis Lippstreu

Supersonic Electronic Invitational / Spoke Art / Jan 5 – Jan 26

Supersonic Electronic Invitational / Spoke Art / Jan 5 – Jan 26

Ricardo González

Ricardo González

Lita Cabellut | Lita Cabellut Paintings | Lita Cabellut Artwork | Lita Cabellut Exhibitions

Lita Cabellut | Lita Cabellut Paintings | Lita Cabellut Artwork | Lita Cabellut Exhibitions

The materials Alexis Lippstreu uses are plain, mostly a 2B black pencil and sometimes a few coloured pencils that he sharpens with a Stanley knife. Now and then, oil pastels would appear for a few weeks. Often he is so caught up in his work, in the dynamics of his pencil strokes, that he does not notice that the lead of his pencil is completely worn out and that, without meaning to, he is carving into the paper with the wood of the pencil. In RV 78…

The materials Alexis Lippstreu uses are plain, mostly a 2B black pencil and sometimes a few coloured pencils that he sharpens with a Stanley knife. Now and then, oil pastels would appear for a few weeks. Often he is so caught up in his work, in the dynamics of his pencil strokes, that he does not notice that the lead of his pencil is completely worn out and that, without meaning to, he is carving into the paper with the wood of the pencil. In RV 78…

Alexis Lippstreu (France, 1972) began drawing compulsively about ten years ago. His autism raises his art to the level of mystery. He often  “recreates” paintings by old masters. Only the bodies and faces seem worthy of being recreated with an almost supernatural presence; their backdrops and landscapes are at best handled as structural lines, or, fade into a storm of pencil shading. in RV 78. http://rawvision.com/articles/alexis-lippstreu

Alexis Lippstreu (France, 1972) began drawing compulsively about ten years ago. His autism raises his art to the level of mystery. He often “recreates” paintings by old masters. Only the bodies and faces seem worthy of being recreated with an almost supernatural presence; their backdrops and landscapes are at best handled as structural lines, or, fade into a storm of pencil shading. in RV 78. http://rawvision.com/articles/alexis-lippstreu

Alexis Lippstreu

Alexis Lippstreu

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