Kitsch is art or other objects that, generally speaking, appeal to popular rather than “high art” tastes, something that appeals to popular or lowbrow taste and is often of poor quality.
The word Kitsch has first appeared In Munich, in second half of 19th century and was used in street markets for different kinds of souvenirs – quick sketches, postcards, small painted sculptures. Later the term became popular all over the Europe and included photos (especially erotic), posters, advertisement, comics and even Art of the Salon and Hollywood movies.
Inspiration goes a very peculiar way sometimes…
I am among the top 100 artists 2017 of Circle art foundation and affiliate artist of 2018!
John Harrison has written an article for RussiaKnowledge about me.
“Dmitry Fesechko is a serious young man although his modest demeanour may not display this at first. It’s only when you get to know him and he shows you his work that you realise that you are dealing with somebody who values his art above all else. … “