At first contact with the canvas, we may legitimately feel intrigued because the whole pictorial space is a superposition of ideas and concepts. Having lived in the communist regime of Ceausescu, the artist wants to show here the opposition between the childhood dreams stolen by a totalitarian regime, the violent desire for change and another universe in which fear, hunger, cold acted. Hopes were reviving, so naive, as they were. The promise was immense and idyllic: we will all be happy, we will be equal but the injustice as a blind spot through the time was perpetual.
24" x 36"
Acrylic on Canvas