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Kris Kuksi, We Salute You

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This post is a doozy --- we might even expand this into a full-fleged gallery wing, like we did for Paul Laffoley.  Kris Kuksi is a visionary artist who deserves to be better known here in the US --- and we’re going to our part by etching his work across your retinas for a few heady minutes.  Pound the rest of your coffee and light up that roach --- we’re going in.

Kris Kuksi is apparently not much for manifestos and theories --- but his work is plenty enough to keep your neurons pumping.  What follows is a silent tribute to a singular talent.  When you’re done here, check out his website, and his gallery at DeviantART.  Also, take a look at Miqel Dot Com‘s gallery featuring the work of an artist who is clearly an influence on Kuksi --- the forgotton Polish legend Stanislav Szukalski.



The Pronation of Christ—click to enlarge



Theresa in Ecstasy—click to enlarge



Psychotropic Anatomy—click to enlarge



Kris Kuksi is truly masterful, meaning his stylistic decisions are mature and considered --- not shaped by limitations on his technique, because apparently there are none.


Portrait of George Guillaume—click to enlarge



Kuksi has recently turned to sculpture and remains as intricate and visionary as ever.


The House of Fascism



Parasite and Host—click to enlarge



The Palace of Hedonism

4 responses to "Kris Kuksi, We Salute You"

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    Oct 24, 2006 at 1:14 PM
    tom rowlett
    says...

    dude man, this makes me want to scalp myself and superglue paperclips all over my body, it’s that beautiful. check out patricia piccinini and the transgenic curiosities of eduardo kac.

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    Oct 24, 2006 at 5:34 PM
    big nick
    says...

    I’ll be damned, thanks for putting me on to it 37..

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    Oct 24, 2006 at 7:24 PM
    thirtyseven
    says...

    no problem, bro, glad to be bringing the new shit

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    Nov 09, 2006 at 5:17 AM
    Miqel
    says...

    Great stuff ... love the art. Even though it’s not as ‘far out’ as the others, the portrait of George Guillaume is breathtaking!
    The way he painted the dude’s beard is incredible, if you’ve ever painted before you know how hard it is to make a fractal, wavy, multi-layered mass of hair look natural and realistic. Kuksi does a damn fine job!

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