DZO

Another French artist today: DZO. His addition to the Gioconda Project (an international collection of artists’ personal imaginings of the Mona Lisa) was perhaps my favorite in the bunch.

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I applaud his decision to make this classic work, the subject of much mystery and intrigue, reversible.
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He uses the term “Biofusion” to describe some of his series’, which I think should be universally embraced to describe the magnificent contemporary art offerings that involve the mingling of flora, fauna and natural/manmade structures. Doesn’t it work nicely?
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From the artist bio:
His art, speaks to the old etchings and engravings of religious and occult manuscripts, flirts with alchemy, witchcraft and blasphemy. It is at the same time disturbing, haunting and stimulating. His intricate drawings, full of enigmatic detail, mix sensuality, darkness and mythology. The message beyond the lines are sibylline, surrounding the world of DZO with mystery and fascination.
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DZO. His addition to the Gioconda Project

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