Maxim Wakultschik

Maxim Wakultschik

Düsseldorf, 1973

Maxim Wakultschik uses art as a medium and vehicle to explore the uniqueness of everyday encounters. He invites us to reflect his works in a meditative way. He depicts the concentration of the moment, the look in the eye as a concentrated, essential image. Like a kind of symbol or brand it might be perceived quickly and catchy, memorable and first and foremost continue to have an energetic effect. Mirror reflections, his skillful application of light and shadow and in different nuances shimmering, gleaming colours bring back memories of cult figures to be worshiped.

Wakultschik likes to confuse the beholder with the complexity of his works. He builds up an illusion, pretends a presumed reality and offers another vision at the same time. His works are only completed by the beholder, his interaction and reflection.

Seriality lies at the core of Wakultschik’s work. He has been working on Optical Portraits since 2015. This year, he presents his new series, Carpets, which is sparked by his interest in tapestries.

This artist exhibits in the following galleries

Unique Contemporary

Programa General

Artist's works

Maxim Wakultschik | Allegory

Maxim Wakultschik

Allegory, 2020

Retrato óptico y palos de madera

80 x 60 cm

Maxim Wakultschik | Document name 1265

Maxim Wakultschik

Document name 1265, 2020

Retrato óptico y palos de madera

80 x 60 cm

Maxim Wakultschik | Document name 1970

Maxim Wakultschik

Document name 1970, 2020

Retrato óptico y palos de madera

57 x 43 cm

Maxim Wakultschik | Document name 1291

Maxim Wakultschik

Document name 1291, 2020

Retrato óptico y palos de madera

80 x 60 cm

Maxim Wakultschik | Flower 5_57

Maxim Wakultschik

Flower 5_57, 2020

Retrato óptico y palos de madera

57 x 43 cm

Maxim Wakultschik | Frida

Maxim Wakultschik

Frida, 2020

Retrato óptico y palos de madera

57 x 43 cm