The latest paintings of Deenesh Ghyczy, an artist based in Berlin, Germany, focus on distorted portraits. Full of realism and emotion, it brings to light the struggle when it comes to the concept of identity. This is something that is ever-changing and not necessarily ever truly fulfilled even after a lifetime. As technology forces people to think more about the person they want to show the world, such distorted portraits become even more powerful.
What makes them especially captivating is the fact that the distorted portraits can be interpreted in a number of ways. People will see themselves in a number of them. The distorted portraits fall into one of two series: Vacum Space and Echo Vision.
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