Dionyssopoulos PAVLOS

" My philosophy is to show others, in everyday objects, the most ordinary, the closest to man, a little joy, magic, beauty. "

 

Bring out the beauty of everyday objects that habit has gradually made invisible. This is the ambition of the Greek painter and sculptor Dionyssopoulos Pavlos. Its quasi-organic forms attract the viewer's attention to reflect on the relationship (s)he has with everyday objects. His play with these can be linked to an influence of American Pop Art on his career, which he explains in particular by works questioning the uniqueness of the work of art in a context of increasingly technical reproducibility.