“…I see my art as a form of communication, an invisible place of intimate connection with people. I am an explorer, inspired by what stimulates our consciousness.
I want people to discover intimate and strong sensations in my work; an experience to keep to yourself.
I paint provocative and figurative art, while playing with different compositions, colors, and perspectives; mixing until everything seems to collide.
Once you connect with my art, it will become yours…”
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Claudio Kaczka, architect, musician and self-taught painter, identifies as a multidisciplinary artist and Renaissance man, who believes that everyone deserves to have beauty in their lives. He moved to Miami, Florida in 2004 to serve as the head of store design for Christian Dior in the U.S. and Latin America.
He was captivated not only by the architecture but also by the approach to the absolute femininity and women’s freedom.
Maintaining his belief in the importance of the aesthetics and pleasure in art, embracing art’s potential for pleasure and beauty, Claudio Kaczka paints sensuous nudes and women figures among other studies of abstract art, digital medium printed on metal and mixed media on canvas.