WORK

Stefan's limited edition prints are inspired by Renaissance's greatest painters, Rubens and Caravaggio, who were able to tell a story on a - single - canvas. In his works of art, he bravely explores the complexities of his own darker traits. These rooted in the universal human experience as he delves into timeless themes like the desire for belonging, the fear of the unknown, the burden of shame, and the intensity of anger.

He shares a relentless vigor and unfiltered candor in his collections, known for their captivating cinematic style. Each piece tells a story that celebrates authenticity and delves into the profound aspects of the human spirit.


BIO

Stefan (1989) is a Photography Artist. He moved to Buenos Aires at an early age, where he got infected by the blend of European chic and Latin sensualness, a trait still clearly visible in his signature today. He resides between Amsterdam and Cape Town.

 

'EVERY BRIGHT LIGHT CASTS A DARK SHADOW. I TAKE A LONG PAINFUL LOOK AT MY DARKER TRAITS, AS A REFLECTION OF OUR SHARED HUMAN FRAILTY - AND THE DEVINE POWER TO OVERCOME IT.’

 

'I am heavily influenced by Carl Jung and te idea of the collective unconciousness.

By using photography as a medium to paint with archetypes: universal truths about the human condition, I try and explore my unconscious.

These truths, in turn, helps me to explain why I act the way I act. 

And perhaps you too.'

 

HORSEMEN COLLECTION
About the beauty of facing your own demons. Based on the biblical four horsemen of the apocalypse and four warrior archetypes. - AMSTERDAM 2019
FABULA OBSCURA - TRINITY
A prelude the MAGNA collection. It is a an exploration on sexual liberation with an African twist of faith. - CAPE TOWN 2021
FABULA OBSCURA - MAGNA
A collection of sixteen limited edition print pieces in a retelling of men's origin. It includes an NFT work and a coffee table book. - COMING SOON
FABULA OBSCURA - COLLECTORS DINNER
The Collectors Diner isn't merely an event; it's a whispered secret among those with a taste for the extraordinary.
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