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Wilhelm Sasnal

November 2, 2011

In frugal compositions drained of details, across bleak featureless landscapes and upon dour faces, Wilhelm Sasnal’s static paintings evoke feelings of arrested melancholy.

The artist’s personal history and the history of Poland are central to the content of the work and the corresponding affectless details describe other’s diluted personal accounts and indistinct memories.

“I find it suspicious when things are too easy.  Hardship is part of the work.”

Wilhelm Sasnal

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