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“Emotional Regurgitations” Acrylic on canvas Series by Francesco Paolicchi

Francesco Paolicchi’s series of eight acrylic on canvas and acrylic on paper paintings, Emotional Regurgitations, bare a sense of heavy anguish and are full of inner conflict in his scenes of androgynous figures haunted by dripping demons baring sharp teeth and glowing orbs that approach from behind. read more
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American Hyperreality Photography Project by Eric Randall Morris

An American Hyperreality is project by Eric Randall Morris where vernacular American architecture is removed from its context, distorted and turned into fantastical patterns in this manipulated photography. This ongoing series explores a distorted vision of the American dream and represents an architecture of the unconscious. read more

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American Hyperreality Photography Project by Eric Randall Morris

An American Hyperreality is project by Eric Randall Morris where vernacular American architecture is removed from its context, distorted and turned into fantastical patterns in this manipulated photography. This ongoing series explores a distorted vision of the American dream and represents an architecture of the unconscious. read more
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Interview Dark Artist Francesco Paolicchi

Francesco Paolicchi was born in Viareggio in 1988 and currently lives and works in Camaiore (Italy). With a fascination with the occult and surrealism, Francesco finds common ground with Kenneth Anger’s avant-garde cinematography, Roland Topor’s animation movies, David Lynch’s surreal and experimental short films and John Waters’ grotesque dark comedies. read more