Lev Khesin – Totorp



The sensuality of these light-filled, often minimalist painting-objects allows us to experience how strongly our perception is influenced by the conditions of light and the movement of the beholder. This, as well as Khesin’s recourse to industrial materials, reminds us of the strategies of the Californian Light and Space Movement—think of Peter Alexander’s shimmering cube objects made of polyester resin, Craig Kauffman’s wall relief sculptures of transparent plastic panels sprayed with acrylic paint, or Helen Pashgian’s opalescent ball sculptures made of epoxy resins.

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Dimensions 24 × 4 × 34 cm

Silicone & pigments on wood panel