To close my series of 5 posts from Prague I will talk about the strong work from the Czech artist Daniel Krejbich.
When I was at the underground pub and gallery in Old Prague I saw some of the 30 canvas of his series called Global Warming. On that night, when I asked for the manager of the pub about who was that artist, he immediately called Daniel, who so kind came to give a personal explanation about his work and creative process.
The collection Global Warming was created to express the post-apocalyptic times, where people still do live and however surprised happy in some way. They do not need to dress anything, still making love, sometimes adult sooner, sometimes lost in time, like an alive statue.
The pieces combine pure happiness with scariness about how to live in that moment. With some aspects from our times, like pornography and war. We can also see the classical woman figure meeting the future kid after the third world conflict. He also presents us a representation about free sex and sex just for reproduction. Child birth out of many time of any time and reality with first planet which appeared to guard the new child. Illustrations as early pregnancy, existence of hermaphrodite as an exhausted remain of the environment can be seen in this amazing collection. Painting directly on plywood instead of canvasses, his works are combined of drawing, alcohol based colors which allow to maximize the wooden effect more than acrylic color, very often fluorescent.
It is impossible not to be touched with this deep and ahead of his time genial artist.
Daniel is also an architect and studies figurative drawing at Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design of Prague. He is represented at the Museum of Contemporary art Acorcon in Madrid, Museo arquitectura del Ecuador and several private art collections in Europe and United States.