Qviron Lethebain, spanish artist of hungarian origin, is born in november of 1982, being hosted by a family of musicians and dancers. His studies are focused from the beginning to arts and humanities, being trained on classical greek and latin, drawing and painting, scenic arts, eastern dance, art direction, scenic costumes and photography. In this field, he can put together and practice all that learned knowledges, by creating images that could express his personal icnonography, to fill the gaps of an inner world that finds no reflections in the outside.
Between his diverse inspirational references, he can´t forget Gustave Moreau, Gustav Klimt, Wilhelm Von Gloeden, Charles Baudelaire, Harry Clarke, Derek Jarman or Ken Russell. His first self developed photographic production, “The Court of Herod”, approach the themes and characters of Oscar Wilde´s play “Salome”, recreating a dark and decadent world of exoticism and low passions, where nudes and baroque ornamentation are strongly present. Starting from this series, he develops a visual style focused on male portrait and nude, exploring the different nuances of male figure, and wanting to give it back to the artistic status and technical quality that it deserved in the past, rescuing male nude from this moment, so saturated by fast consumption images, generated by technological invasion. Qviron Lethebain admires in all nudes the beauty that they keep inside, apart from the explicit content they could have, dissolving the traditional line between arts and erotica.
Since 2016, Qviron Lethebain has showed his work in “Modern Arts Center” of Madrid, Palace of “La Isla” in Cáceres, “El Puente” Association in Vallecas (Madrid), and Culture Center “Los Castillos” of Alcorcón (Madrid), being reviewed in media like “The Advocate” or “Nosgustas.com”.
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