Headsongs: Graphite Portraits Morph into Landscapes.
Stefan Zsaitsits creates large-scale graphite portraits of truly strange and wonderful characters whose bloated faces often transform into unexpected landscapes. Some of the artists earlier portraits from 2010-11 (not shown here) were collected into a book called Headsongs.
The publication “Headsongs” from the artist Stefan Zsaitsits contains a wide selection of his recent large-scale works on paper from 2010 and 2011.
“They are faces, that often hide behind something rather clumsily – faces that are overdrawn by eyes and/or symbolflies – faces overgrown by plants or pencil-strokes – smallfaces forming a new delusion-face – faces sunken in sea and clouds – masked faces – mouth-lost faces..”