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About the Art

Micosch Holland’s print work references famous German painters and performance artists including Kurt Schwitters and Joseph Beuys. In Hyperlink 7, the artist blends different mediums including an analog image taken from a discarded 1970's East German magazine with digital elements to create a constructionist image that is at once vintage and modern. His paradoxical approach towards creating work is at once accessible and intriguing.

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Adriana Marques

Adriana Marques said:

"Playing on recent contemporary trends of the reassurance of the ‘vintage’, these evocative prints re-imagine this style. The result are truly unique artworks. "

Medeia Cohan-Petrolino

Medeia Cohan-Petrolino said:

"Micosch's work is the type you could look at forever and always discover something new within it."

About the Artist

Micosch Holland is a German artist based in Schondorf am Ammersee. Influenced by the Dada, Constructivism and Surrealism movements of the 20th century, Holland’s analog and digital college and printmaking references famous German painters and performance artists including Kurt Schwitters and Joseph…

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