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OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin
OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin
OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin
OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin
OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin
OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin
OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin
OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin
OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin

OTTO SCHADE 'Cinta' (2017) Hand-Painted Life-Size Mannequin

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'Cinta' by Otto Schade, 2017
From the artist's contributions for the show "Ex Machina" at the Exhibitionist Hotel, London, UK.
67 x 23.6 x 23.6 Inches
170 x 60 x 60 Centimeters
Mixed technique hand-painted in spray paint on life-size female mannequin.
Original artwork (#1/1)
Hand-signed and dated by the artist on acrylic platform base.

ARTIST BIO

Otto Schade was born in Chile on the 30th October 1971. He initially studied Architecture at the Bio Bio University and Construction and Design Architecture in Concepcion, Chile. As a successful architect, he has been awarded for public and private projects.

Otto has always felt an avid fascination for the Surrealists, as well as the freedom which surrounds abstract painting. This influence has made Otto turn his creative skills to painting, which has become his strongest passion and for which he has also been recognized with an honorable mention.

With the development of this other talent, Otto begins a journey in the search for new ideas and wider exposure for his work, taking him to exhibit his work in Concepcion (Chile),Berlin (Germany), Moscow (Russia) , New York (US), Amsterdam (Netherland) and finally to London (UK), where he is currently living and working.

Otto’s painting ranges from abstract and surrealism to even urban art. Working mainly with oil paint and traditional supports such as stretched canvas, he also practices other techniques such as collage, illustration and stencil. The themes behind his compositions read in a personal, metaphorical sense with a sharp, ironic touch.

Otto’s painting shows a unique style, proving an inventive imagination as well as a refined technique.