Dante Horoiwa’s Paintings Dabble in Ritual

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

Using a placid color scheme of neutral shades, Brazilian artist Dante Horoiwa paints compositions steeped in Pre-Colombian imagery. Centered around meditation and prayer, his surreal artworks integrate masks and musical instruments to create a ritualistic atmosphere. Long hair, textiles and threads connect the various forms in his work, melding shapes with ease like dipping one’s toes in a cool pool of still liquid. Take a look at some of Horoiwa’s paintings below.



Rotterdam, Netherlands

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