Dimitris Efeoglou

Born in 1986, in Drama, Greece. Lives and works in Thessaloniki, Greece.

He is a student at the School of Fine Arts of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Painting human figures using Indian ink on paper and using script in a particular way through dilution and densification create an optical illusion, which often gives the viewer a feeling of “mass” thus affecting indifference and failure to recognize people due to urban uniformity that prevails in the contemporary
reality. The process of “constructing” the work, its verification, and the obsession of a specific pattern are directly related to urban aesthetic and multiplicity, but through an apparently simple process.


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