Olaf Hajek

The Flower (EN)

, 2017
  • Material
    Hahnemühle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth 305g Print
  • Production Method
    Signed by the artist
  • Edition Size
  • Measurement
    19.69 x 27.56 inches
    (50 x 70 cm)
  • Details about the frame
    Maple hand-finished frame, stained white, incl. 10mm spacers, size of the frame ca. 25.2 x 30.2 inches.
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About the artist and the edition

Olaf Hajek (born 1965) is among the best-known and most sought-after illustrators in the world. He has created illustrations for the New York Times, the Guardian and SZ-Magazin, designed a postage stamp for the British Crown, illustrated a book for Little Gurus and devised advertising campaigns for a Swedish chocolate brand. Next to his commissioned work, all of which Hajek creates using acrylic paint while living in Berlin, he is increasingly dedicating himself to painting on a freelance basis. His style is unique: With a repertoire of colours and forms that knows no limits, Hajek conjures up dreamlike, exotic worlds in which birds and insects congregate, snakes and human bodies intertwine and women don wondrous floral arrangements. With this edition exclusively created for Artflash, we may marvel at the enchanting beauty of a woman with lavish hair, a long neck and a richly adorned forehead. In front of her face, she holds a vibrantly coloured bird-of-paradise flower, spanning colours from ochre to red, from purple to bright blue. In that way, “Flower” recalls the colourful exuberance of the Impressionists, such as that of Paul Gauguin, yet exhibits complete timelessness — simply enticing!

Latest Exhibitions (Selection)

<h1>Ausstellungen / Auswahl</h1><div class="edition-descr">2015, Precious, Anna Jill Lüpertz Gallery, Hamburg
2013, Still Life, AJL Art, Berlin
2013, Strange Flowers, Whatiftheworld Gallery, Kapstadt
2011, The king has lost his crown, Berlin
2009, Illustrative 09 Berlin
2008 Maskerade, Galerie Johanssen, Berlin
2007 Illustrative 07 Paris und Berlin
2007 Group Exhibition BBAX07, Buenos Aires
2004 Group Exhibition NOTANGO, Berlin

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