Lot 349 - Otto Schade - Ojo, piojo
Lot 349 - Otto Schade - Ojo, piojo
Lot 349 - Otto Schade - Ojo, piojo

Lot 349 - Otto Schade - Ojo, piojo

Pencil on Paper

2022

A6 (10x15cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

Otto Schade was born in Chile on the 30th October 1971. After a degree in Architecture at the Bio Bio University and one in Construction and Design in Concepción, Chile, he started his career as an  Architect and Urban Sculptor, being rewarded for public and private projects.  

Fascinated by Surrealism and abstract art, Otto turned his creative skills to painting, which has become his strongest passion. Originally working with  oil paint on canvas,  he has since consistently explored different styles and mediums – growing,  adapting changing  his style to include other techniques such as collage, illustration and stencil  free-hand spray paint on canvas and walls.  The themes behind his compositions are treated with a sharp, ironic touch. 

 

Education  

 

Architect Diploma 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

GROUP SHOWS: 
 
September 2021 Hoxton Gallery, London, UK. 
July 2021 "Pandemic Kunz Dementia" Kultur Spaeti, Rugen, Germany. 
July 2021. "Small Wonders" Wellhung Gallery, London, UK. 
June 2021 Escape Art Centre (Old Fire Station), Tonbridge, UK. 
June 2020 Stencils Only at Pretty Portal gallery Dusseldorf, Germany. 
February 2020 Kiss (Valentines day show) at Different Gallery, London, UK. 
November 2019 BIO (Bates, Inkie, Otto) at Pure Evil gallery, London, UK. 
November 2019 "Squared Skills" at Street Art Berlin gallery, Berlin, Germany. 
November 2019. "Freiheit" with Cren at Audet (France) and Kultur Spaeti (Germany). 

 

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