ROMAN LIŠKA'S CONTEMPORARY ART

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Monochrome in Manhattan (FT Weekend series), 2012 - 63 x 44 cm





The work of German-born London Based artist Roman Liška, is a visual essay whose aim is to lay bare the shallow nature of a tired era in art. 
Roman Liška's most recent body of work incorporates excerpts from the Financial Times Weekend Magazine's "Life & Arts" section. In Liška’s practice, advertisements for auctions of blue chip post-war art and the latest fashions from the world́s runways conjoin under semi-translucent, perforated mesh, are treated with spray paint rendered in a tie-dye aesthetic, and gain punctuation through eyelets that unmask layers of black cling film and newsprint. 



Life After Wallstreet (FT How To Spend It series), 2012 - 54 x 48 cm
Untitled (Chanel from F.T.-HTSI series), 2012 67 x 52 cm
Omega, 2012- 100 x 130 cm
New Order, 2012- 62 x 44 cm

Cartier (Weekend series), 2012 - 63 x 44 cm 

Cartier (FT Weekend series), 2012 - 63 x 44 cm 
Untitled (wicked, sis!), 2012- 48 x 62 cm
Silver dazzle orange mesh, 2012- 115 x 80 cm





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