Creating works that float somewhere between reality and the surreal, Dima Rebus is a young Russian artist working predominately in watercolor. Often described as unsettling, his paintings depict humans and their eerie situations, accompanied by often cheeky titles that evoke the contemporary times we live in.
His practice also includes making illustrations for magazines and publishing houses – just recently, one of his works became the image of National Geographic film Saints & Strangers.
Born in Naberezhnie Chelny, the artist graduated in 2011 from Graphic Design Department of the Moscow Institut of Arts and Industry, and in 2016, he enrolled at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Moscow. With an impeccable technique, extremely detailed, thought-provoking, and inspired at times by his Russian roots, Rebus portrays a unique vision of the contemporary world.
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