The first goal of all art, in the view of Russian artist Waldemar Kazak, is to make a good impact on people. For those who have ever seen his paintings find them, in one way or another, disturbing. Kazak himself claims that his art is satirical, reflecting a highly comical bent on everyday life. He admits his art is also a form of defence against a ‘predatory outside world’ in a certain way.
We’re all robots
On the subway
A modern cemetery
Robin Hood’s arrows
White or black.
A good haul
A scene from Red Riding Hood: ‘I’m here, Grandma’!
Living room decoration
Doesn’t look edible…
Catwomen and her boyfriend at home
Preview photo credit Waldemar Kazak