The Art of Oliver Sin

Oliver Sin

 

Oliver Šin (1985-) is an award-winning Hungarian artist based in Budapest. His influences come from street art, underground and pop culture mixed with scientific interests. The focus of his artworks are built around prophets, visions with dates, real places and existing people. With direct brushwork, he mostly uses unmixed colors structurally, like an abstractionist, but in the service of a narrative agenda. Color holds his pictures together, and through it they command a space. Images can read without effort – the words, the colors and the construction - but cannot be decoded accurately.

 

“The very first moment when I realized what abstract art is was the moment when my father came to my exhibition and said:  ‘Okay, but where are the pictures?’

 

I like to make my pictures about the future and science. Painting is the last thing I like to think about when I create pictures. I just let the artwork be born by itself because that’s the way things work for me. I don’t need inspiration to start painting; my only need is material to work with.  I don’t try to make masterpieces; I give them a chance to create themselves. I just let art work.”

 

For more information about the artist, visit http://oliversin.eu

 

 

 

 

 

 

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