MILAN HOUSER


Untitled (MH205)


100 x 100 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


 


Untitled (MH403)


70 x 100 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


 


Untitled (MH302)


110 x 160 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


 



Untitled (MH305)

Phosphorescent in the dark


Day and night visuals

138 x 160 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


Untitled (MH204)


110 x 210 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


 


Untitled (MH102)


160 x 160 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


 


Untitled (MH402)


100 x 100 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


 

 


Untitled (MH303)


110 x 160 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


 


Untitled (MH211)

Phosphorescent in the dark


Day and night visuals

120 x 120 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


Untitled (MH216)


130 x 130 cm

Pigments and resin on canvas

Unique piece


 


BIOGRAPHIE

| MILAN |

Milan Houser is born in 1971 in Czech Republic. His talent was awarded by many prices, including the prestigious Stipendium Pollock-Krasner Foundation in 2005. His art already belongs to the National Gallery in Prague and many international private collections in Czech Republic, France, Italy, Germany and USA.

It is important that through the color, by the space he opens another space and it allows us to perceive movement, intensity of light, proximity to the shadow, offers the experience of churning time. Milan Houser doesn’t paint in the true sense of the word, but pours colored masses onto the horizontal canvas, which he divides into specific sections. They are called “chambers”. They do not form a completely accurate border, but the paint rather flows over them, pushing out and flooding in a slow sludge, with a streamy and sticky attraction. It then creates a new life to the painting, arising from the mixture, and the result is a large and non-predestined appearance. The result is a painting without gaps, equally dense and viscous, which gradually gets stuck and condensed, boggled down, into a soft homogeneity. The viewer is confronted with a painting, simultaneously elastic and stunningly colorful.

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