Maxim Wakultschik

Born in Minsk, Belarus in 1973. He lives and works in Düsseldorf, Germany. Wakultschik began his education in the Belarusian Lyceum of Fine Arts in his hometown before moving to study in the Kunstakademie in Düsseldorf. Throughout his career Maxim's unique, colorful, kinetic art received recognition in the shape of several awards including the SwitchOn Art Light Award in 2009 and mentionable participations in art fairs including the 58th Venice Biennale.

Since 2017 he has been working as a professor at the Alanus University of Arts and Social Sciences, Alfter, Germany.

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Carpet.Quatar

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Abstraction Wood Upright

140 x 105 cm

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Anahita

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Abstraction Wood Upright

140 x 105 cm

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Toufie. A successful, elegant and royal being

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Portraits Wood Upright

80 x 60 cm

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Untitled #49

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Portraits Wood Upright

80 x 60 cm

1/2

Untitled

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Abstraction Wood Upright

57 x 43 cm

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Arash

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Abstraction Wood Upright

100 x 80 cm

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Man

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Portraits Wood Upright

57 x 43 cm

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Lampetia. Sonnennymphe

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Portraits Wood Upright

57 x 43 cm

Paloma #2

Original, Toothpicks / Optical Portraits Wood Upright

80 x 60 cm