Sergi Cadenas
Sergi Cadenas started painting at the age of 30. Self-taught, he builds large-scale canvases with precise vertical ridges before painting separate portraits on either side of the narrow ridges. The process leads to a mesmerizing effect in which each portrait appears to transform into the other as the viewer shifts vantage point, an exceptional technique that requires great precision.
The artist is currently focusing on large-format portraits. His works can be found in the Porrentruy Optical Art Museum (POPA) in Switzerland and in private collections around the world.
 
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Marilyn - Einstein 2022

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Publications

Publications

Augustman interviews with Sergi Cadenas about transformative art and dual portraits in a single painting, 2022

Come and visit Ode To Art in Boulevard's Instagram Stories, 2022

Boulevard invites you to a look at Ode to Art gallery , 2022

Tatler Singpore Introduces 5 Must-Know Contemporary Artists of Ode to Art for Art Collection Starters, 2022



Biography

Biography

Sergi Cadenas has been training all his life to run his family’s centuries-old foundry in Spain but, fueled by a passion for experimentation and creativity, he started painting at the age of 30. Self-taught, Sergi Cadenas builds large-scale canvases with precise vertical ridges before painting separate portraits on either side of the narrow ridges. The process leads to a mesmerizing effect in which each portrait appears to transform into the other as the viewer shifts vantage point, an exceptional technique that requires great precision in its difficult execution.
Sergi Cadenas is currently focusing on large-format portraits and takes as a model both famous faces and people around him, and he rose to fame after a series of Instagram videos of his illusory, dual-image portraits went viral. His works can be found in the Porrentruy Optical Art Museum (POPA) in Switzerland and in private collections around the world.







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