The artist Uriel Cazes paints figuratively but anti-naturalistically. His characters are indicated with broad brushstrokes and are additionally highlighted by black contours. His works consist of large, iridescent color patches that come more or less together. The stylized people are involved in largely indifferent, monochromic surface formation.
In Cazes works many figures are placed side by side or one over the other. He rarely focuses on a single figure, placed in the room. His characters share the space in the image and stand next to or above each other. They seem familiar and yet each figure itself stands as an individual because it occupies its own space.
The artist Uriel Cazes features in his paintings the strong expression of the faces. These often seem distant and stereotypical. It is his artistic aim to paint the coldness and 1 of 2
unapproachableness in his works. They seem too pale; the paleness emphasizes the appearance of a mask to the viewer.
The uniformity and aloofness of his characters are often highlighted by cool colors, coarse facial expressions and stiff gestures
Uriel Cazes (born 1954 in Haifa) is involved in intercultural exchange and variety of nations. He has worked on many projects in this field. His works have been shown in numerous exhibitions with cultural and religious background. He lives and works in Ibiza, Spain. 2 of 2