John Kacere's Paintings Focuses on the Midsection of a Woman's Body

By: Meghan Young - Published: Mar 31, 2011 • References: rogallery &
Late last year and earlier this year, the world saw an upsurge in photorealist paintings and John Kacere is considered one of the original artists to go down this detailed and intricate path. Aside from this interesting piece of information, what is more intriguing is his obvious fascination with the woman’s bottom.

In fact, John Kacere exclusively painted the woman’s midsection (both back and front), dressed in rather provocative yet tasteful lingerie. Although his work can be considered very sexual in nature, the repetitiveness of the midsection almost forced you to look beyond the blatant sexuality within the pieces and appreciate the form, skill and talent of John Kacere’s work.

Because of this focus, John Kacere’s work can surprisingly be considered as still life or even landscape art. Stats for Tushy-Focused Artworks Trending: Older & Buzzing
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