I Hope You Misheard Original artwork

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Artwork description

Esther Levigne’s vibrant paintings have a tactile varnish that expose glimpses of what lies beneath. “Behind the skin, organs are transformed into thoughts, tissues into dreams and systems into desires.” Each layered material and technique has a story and cloaks another, leaving a trail of fantasy, where different realities and interests are aroused.

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About the artist

Esther Levigne is a Dutch artist born in Barcelona, now living between Amsterdam and New York. Her graphic, illustrative work draws upon notions of beauty and sexuality, making them difficult to abstain from. A common thread across her multidisciplinary practise is the combative response to society’s cosmetic canon; the consequence, hybrid figures that bleed and twist in carnal revelry. As part of a two-part collaboration with The Public House of Art, Levigne has provided a wide selection of original ink drawings and fine art paintings that capture her obsession with the human body, religion, violence, eroticism, beauty, innocence of childhood and submission.

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I Hope You Misheard by Esther Levigne
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