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Chad Wys

Chad Wys

Nov 19 2010, 8:29 am 0 Michela Bogliolo

Chad Wys is a fascinating artist. His works, at first glance, seem a revisit of some classical works more or less famous; looking better then, we realize that they are curious, irreverent, no doubt interesting. Certainly not impressed by his skill in performance or for the perfection in creation: his works on the contrary must be observed and understood. Falls into that circle of artists that might easily fall into the commonplace, in something already seen, in the risk of making his works look like something that already exists, and his talent lies in departing from all these negative impressions. At a closer look, it turns out the true meaning of his work: a subtle critique of modern society, use of color (or lack of color) reasoned and provocative. So the more classical works under his hand became Madonna with burqa or faceless, landscapes with stripes pantones ready for printing, English porcelain with fluorescent colors, bucolic scenes censored by huge lines of black, …
An artist who is part of the dada current of its most famous antecedents, which invites us to reflect on what happens, day after day, to our society.

Artist: Chad Wys

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