Henrique Oliveira


I love Post-Modern art for refusing to repress itself within the constrains of a white framed gallery box. Brazilian artist, Henrique Oliveira’s work bursts through the walls enveloping the viewer, absorbing you within the morphing colors and shapes of a beautiful cancer only drugs or art could conceive.  His installations herald the natural world; dripping like stalagmites, coiling like roots, and whipping into the peaks of a fine meringue.  His explosive use of color and form dares you to touch, explore, taste, jump up and down, roll around on the ground in laughter.  It’s a child’s imagination, Mother Nature’s malignant tumor, the world of Doctor Seuss come true.

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