Hyperrealistic Paintings by Armenian Artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan

Armenian Artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan creates stunning large-scale hyper-realistic portraits, which also combine surrealism. His series “Mirrors” demonstrates a set of faces with superimposed transparent hands that change and divert attention.

The works serve as a commentary on the concept of individuality in the “Selfie” era, indicating how our visions have changed through many social media lenses. Transparent hands trying to hide the faces of models, reflect our own inability to hide our identity today.

At the same time, the hands can be read as a mask enveloping the “true” personality of the models, as if our own online people are rarely the exact portraits of the individuals we really are.

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Hyperrealistic Paintings by Armenian Artist Tigran Tsitoghdzyan

The sensation of modern art Tigran Tsitoghdzyan began to draw at 5 years old, and at 10 he already had an international exhibition with which he traveled to Spain, Russia, America and Japan. After the beginning of his sensational career as a child prodigy in the art world, the artist created his own individual style, which he calls “hyper-realism”.
Tigran received a degree in fine arts in ECAV in Switzerland and currently lives in New York.











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