Josef Žáček: Anticorps

Jiří Žáček came with the requirement of bold visuals and disclosed his fondness for the style of the iconic 1960s magazine Twen by the German classic art director Willy Fleckhaus. Žáček also offered unusual liberty in dealing with his paintings that led up to the final almost illegible black-on-black detail of the series Flies, which focuses solely on the painter's gesture.


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