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The Warsaw Voice » Culture » February 23, 2010
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Chaos and Things Unsaid
February 23, 2010 By M.H.    
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Paintings by Jakub Rebelka are examples of polyphony in painting, constant movement and leaving things unsaid. The artist multiplies details as he leaves his paintings to mature on the canvas. These works are open to very different interpretations.

Rebelka creates an ambiance of hallucination, drug-induced visions and dreams. Rather than distinguishing between the foreground and background, he lets things grow out of control, which gives the impression that everything is being shaken to its foundations. Rebelka's paintings call to mind a search conducted inside the human body treated as a vessel, a packaging that can be unwrapped, opened and destroyed.

Rebelka, 29, is a painter, graphic artist and cartoonist. He studied at the Multimedia Academy and the Fine Arts Academy in Gdańsk. His works include numerous series of paintings, murals, book illustrations and comic books such as Doktor Bryan and Ester i Klemens. Rebelka painted murals for the Warsaw Uprising Museum in 2007 and has carried out a number of projects combining painting and interior decoration.

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