One of the most notable aspects of this exhibition is the collection of 12 paintings that are on display. Each painting is related to a death chart, and they are all designed to convey a specific message about the teachings of Thoth. The paintings are incredibly intricate and detailed, and they offer a unique perspective on the ancient wisdom of Thoth.
In addition to the paintings, there are also seven forex sculptures on display. These works are inspired by the hermetic teachings of Thoth, and they are designed to bring back the forgotten wisdom of the 7 great hermetic principles to life. The sculptures are incredibly intricate and detailed, and they offer a unique perspective on the ancient wisdom of Thoth.
Sneak, the Algerian urban artist, is a master of calligraphic and geometric manifestos, whose work challenges the perceptions of historical and social phenomena. His art is ubiquitous, from the alleys to the galleries, and he encourages people to broaden their understanding and question traditional definitions to make their own. Sneak’s approach as an artist, calligrapher, and designer is defined by the verb “to sneak,” as he subtly tramples the patterns of his spatiotemporal similes. Sneak’s work is marked by his graphic metaphors and comparisons, blending the precision of geometry with the disproportionate extension of human thought and ideals. He wanders incessantly between the spontaneity of his features, the meticulousness of his research, and the treatment of his themes, drawing inspiration from ancient civilizations, esotericism, and mysticism. Sneak’s work explores urban degradation phenomena, daily facts, and excessive observation, leaving a line of chance for opposite elements to manifest themselves in his wildly structured calligraffiti.