Kislow's surrealist paintings


By Kacem |  Published on Monday, February 17, 2014.

In the land of Tchernobyl, visual arts are not what would strike you most. But if you look closer, you can find hidden jewels. Like the work of Kislow.

Kislow strikes the eye with his work, wether made with brushes or spray cans. Native from Sebastopol in Ukraine, he creates a an intriguing and surprising universe inspired by surrealism and often created on naked walls. He brings us back to another time and era. Symbolism and absurdity mixes in his style enlighten by a precise work on details and an always renewed creativity. At first glance, his fantastic timeless world surrounds us and carries us along.

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