“I don’t like to explain the origin of the Medusa and other works because it would be too easy for me and the viewer. It’s better to have your own story about the work that you see. To have your own thoughts, opinion, etc.., not to see what the artist tells you to see…” Bezt
Urban poetics, now this is a subject mastered to extreme perfection by Bezt, a Polish member of the team ETAM Cru. The staggering formats that Bezt deploys in solo or with his acolyte Sainer require technical prowess and professional equipment. An example of an urban art establishing itself as a legitimate institutionalized production.
The monumental is his trademark. Often his characters of even crazier proportions buckle and curl up to squeeze into the space. His pictorial narrative mode of expression has unlimited and cultural references. Moonshine for Virginia, an old woman with a flowered head-scarf for Poland … but always the same amazing attention to detail both with regard to his technique and in his vivid portrayal of expressions.