The interview was created in 2014 for Robert Vano Gallery and Webmagazin.sk within the project "Invisible Photographers": "My work is…
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Interview with Tomas Morilon: Art should bring harmony

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The interview was created in 2014 for Robert Vano Gallery and Webmagazin.sk within the project "Invisible Photographers":

"My work is dominated by aesthetics, the impression of the work, emotions. The concept itself is in many cases secondary, the feeling is important to me. In my understanding, a work of art should bring joy, harmony into a person's life. If quality form meets with meaningful content, it is a masterpiece."

"I try to push the photography further, towards painting. I make a large-format photo, which I then complete. I paint in it, I use drawing, engraving, I combine various tools, brushes, emery, chemicals, plaster, latex, I use different colors from anylin, through oil, to acrylic, creating one original work that could basically be classified as a painting. It took me several years to come up with all the nuances myself and this process is constantly evolving and shifting."

You can read the whole interview HERE (only in Slovak).