Jossef Krispel/ Tigers
Tigers, the new solo exhibition by Jossef Krispel, continues his study of painting depths, face and figure: mask, layers and shell. Krispel presents ideologies through the three icons: Dionysis, Picasso and David Bowie. These three figures are dynamic. They pose, pretend, have diversity, youth, passion and many common features. These faces act as an allegory for painting. The image creation of three characters reveals the position of the painting as a shell and fraud, deceiving the world that deals with vision.