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Abstractify me Victor!

We do not just cover art here, we like architecture too! It’s even better when an artist abstractifies (Hmmm, not sure that’d a word but it should be) architecture.

Victor Enrich digitally “enhances” images of buildings into thrilling, gravity defying structures. In an interview with TIME, Enrich says he was job hunting in Munich and would pass the Deutscher Kaiser hotel every day. Growing tired of looking at the same building, he was inspired to manipulate an image on his computer and ended up spending months creating 88 varieties of the Munich hotel. Victor had worked on similar ideas over the last few years but none of his projects compare in magnitude to this expansive undertaking.

Honestly, words cannot do justice for these images so I will let them speak for themselves. Check him out here!

One of many recreations  by Victor. Deutscher Kaiser Hotel Munich.

One of many recreations by Victor of The Deutscher Kaiser Hotel in Munich.

 

About Lance Rehs

Lance Rehs is the most recent addition to his family owned art galleries, Rehs Galleries and Rehs Contemporary Galleries, which specialize in 19th and 20th Century European paintings and contemporary academic paintings. He earned his degree in Business from Hofstra University in 2010 and began his career working under a financial advisor. His education and previous work experience is rooted in finance, giving him the tools to understand complex markets and to decipher market trends. His knowledge of art and finance provides him with a unique perspective, allowing him to value art as an asset while appreciating it for the beauty in itself.

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