I NEVER KNOW
The exhibition I Never Know represents the author's latest works, created in the calm rhythm of rural life, away from the noise of the inner city. Despite personal criticism of today's society and relevant events, he finds mirroring the latter on canvas rather challenging. The new wave of images thus represents a repository of thought, presenting us with a feeling of homeliness and, at the same, that of alienation. The artist has never flirted with the idea of revealing to the viewer what exactly is depicted on his paintings and how they should be interpreted, as he does not wish to deprive us of the pleasure of searching for and imagining new meanings. By looking at the canvases, the final conclusion may be identical to the initial outline: I never know.