Ondřej Basjuk belongs to the authors of the younger generation who work with the diverse and multi-layered heritage of painting with respect and at the same time without embarrassment. It is clear from his paintings, as well as drawings, objects and installations, that this is not merely an external self-definition against older artists or a front-line attack on cultural heritage. At the same time, in his work, the strategy of alienation, destruction, decomposition, destruction and transformation of what we call an image is present. Basjuk's immediate entry into the issue of reshaping or deconstructing the image lies in the shift of the center of gravity of thinking itself. It actively responds to various kinds of manipulations inside and outside of art. It is the reactions to these stimuli, which are not only artistic, that contribute to the transformation of the painter's morphology and the overall concept of the image.

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