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Dutch artist Christiaan Lieverse blends the artificial ideal with natural imperfection, placing digitally mastered faces of women on top of splotchy textures.
These women, for Lieverse, are unattainable. Of one of his subjects, Lieverse says: “She is actually perfect and, although I try to, I feel nothing for her. I can’t interpret her; I don’t get too close, yet I still want to. She seems familiar and yet feels unfamiliar at the same time.”
These artworks comprise his latest series Hybrid, and will be shown alongside his enigmatic and psychological paintings.
'Linen and Skin' opens on Thursday July 4th at 7pm and runs until August 5th. The exhibition is open every day from 10am to 8pm and entrance is free.
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