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Abstract Paintings by Katrin Fridriks

Born in 1974, Reykjavik (Iceland), Katrin Fridriks is an abstract conceptual painter, living and working in Luxembourg. She uses the natural energies of her native Iceland with an explosive, however organic, abstract expressionism and subtle Japanese calligraphy elements. Often presented through installations & visual compositions, she is giving an architectural dimension to her paintings. Her Instagram and Twitter.

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