Verissimo diving into hidden rooms

Contemporary art lovers, and more specifically those who follow Lu Verissimo’s work progress, have their minds dwell on an intriguing matter: where does the uniqueness of her thought and creative processes stem from? The closest explanation to what the truth might be is that the artist has well found those secret doors leading to even more secret rooms burrowed deep in the human psyche.

Whoever is not an artist would not step in and out of those rooms without self-inflicting damage. Powerful artists, like Verissimo, dive in and stride out, only to tell us what they saw in paint and shades ingeniously laid on canvas. That is where her creative force stem from: rooms in your mind you’d rather not venture into. Instead delight yourself with a rescued and overwhelmingly beautiful picture.


Akkson’s made-in-Brazil Neo-pop

In the late 1940s, Henri Matisse enchants the Parisian scene with his decoupage (cut-outs). His tour de force was to prove that the aesthetic complexity of art can be expressed through a minimalist and charming simplicity.

The delicate, the simple, the ordinary is beautiful, elevated and requires a hard-trained sensitivity. In the current scene of contemporary Brazilian art, the artist and graphic designer Akkson conducts his tour de force creating a neo-pop art made in Brazil.

While the costs of purchasing his numbered and signed prints are reasonable, it is worth it without delay to start your collection or increase your already existing one!