Über Pasta Oner
Pasta Oner Pop-Art is a middle-aged artist with undeniable roots in graffiti and street art at the same time as their pioneer and promoter in the Czech Republic. Published street-art-graffiti magazine Clique, which acts as editor in chief. He also helped produce the first Czech book tracing the evolution of graffiti in Czech Republic – In Graffiti We Trust. In 2010, represented the Czech Republic at the Expo in Shanghai. Acquired in 2012 at the international exhibition of graffiti and street art cities possessed iDnes.cz audience award for his mural Choose To Be Happy to Dejvické Square in Prague. Last year he participated in exhibitions in the Brazilian Museum of Fine Arts, and this year he performed at the festival White Night (Noche en Blanco) in Peru.
For Pasta Oner is characteristic characteristically strong visual grasp the theme, the theme draws from the visual poetics cartoon series (“cartoon”) and symbols of pop culture. Often present conflict between two antagonistic symbols (such as Bambi’s character as a symbol of tenderness and children “Dysneyovské” tinsel on one side versus obraz wrecked car on the other side), representing both formally and in content and interpretation opozitní category creates striking, yet inspiring and open “message ”. As he writes Martina Overstreet, street art theorist in the Czech environment and the author of the introductory text catalog “Pasta Oner: Peep Show” (The Chemistry Gallery, 2011) paste "comments in the form of typographic precision-made slogans forcing the viewer to the guilty reflection of the consumer lifestyle, rather converse with him directly. The combination of text and image in the visual arts is nothing new, but the way it makes Pasta is fresh and fun. At least in how exactly their “out claims” describes the present status quo in his thirties, pragmatic enough to make Nehasil what it does not burn, but still quite young and romantic to do here and there tried to … ".