Dan Voinea has a killer technique when it comes to painting. I love the rough and broad brush strokes that “suggest” to the viewer. This particular series by the Romania artist has a great play on the incomplete. These would look stellar in a true Mid century modern setting.
The main characters skid surrealistically out of an ordinary emotional wireframe, fill the void in the imaginary and then transfer our reality into a Hollywood-type mind-set, with some tongue-in-cheek classical references. In Dan Voinea’s vision, the kiss scene is recalibrated and the main characters are only capable of a self referential kind of love, caught in a hunt for alter egos.