SACCHETTI CONTEMPORARY is pleased to present a solo exhibition of works by Maxim Wakultschik, an artist based in Düsseldorf. He currently focuses on a technique that breaks with the classical concept of the image: an expansion beyond the two-dimensional into the object-like can be discerned. The artist creates aesthetic female faces. His approach is comparable to digital raster graphics, with the small but subtle difference that every pixel of a computer simulation is replaced, so to speak, by a precisely inserted toothpick colored by hand. Vakultschik explores the interaction of color and light, interstice and surface structure, whereby his works irritate our optical perception.