Luis Filcer (1927, Ukraine)
Two black and white screen prints in used frames.
His Jewish family fled Ukraine in the 1930s to escape Jewish persecution and Filcer grew up in Mexico. At the age of 17 he started his painting studies at the art academy of San Carlos. He won several art competitions and represented Mexico at various biennales in Chile, Japan and England. After receiving a scholarship, Filcer studied and worked at several art academies in Europe. Filcer also settled in the Netherlands for a while, where he lived and worked for twenty years. His works show us different (unpleasant) human relationships. He shows abuse of power and unbalanced authoritarian relations. He paints the decadent judiciary with enormous bodies and an ironic smile. He invariably sides with the weak. His paintings are an indictment, a protest against the heartlessness of those in charge.
The work will be delivered directly from our art gallery.
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- Luis Filcer
- Title of artwork
- serie van 2 zeefdrukken
- Hand signed
- Image size
- 50×40 cm
- Sold with frame