Sadness can be transmitted through eroticism. Intimacy is best accompanied by loneliness, as Egon Schiele so brilliantly said. The pieces by Barbara Huppán frequently bear traces of Egon’s works.
Barbara Huppán is a Granada-based artist who uses expressive figurative drawing to convey her ideas. Certainly, the expressions of his anorexic characters do contain loneliness, anxiety, misery, and heartbreak.
We are moved by her body language, which also points to the impact of Otto Schmidt’s sensual photography and documentary medical photography that showed the hysteria of women.
Barbara, a graphic designer with more than 17 years of expertise in several advertising firms, partially self-taught her plastic methods. The themes that drive Barbara’s work include sexiness without hubris and the place and role of women.
Each look’s strength and independence are successfully captured by him. as well as his painful solitudes.