Marko Stout is a multimedia and film artist based in New York City. He is best known for his enthralling narratives of contemporary urban society, in which subjects frequently appear in a moderate state of distress, overwhelmed by their modern environment.
Marko Stout’s exhibitions often contain his experimental post-new wave (la nouvelle vague) art films, with a focus on the basic beginnings of contemporary urban vision and movement, as well as a penchant for atypical narrative structure and his collaboration with non-actors. In this way, many critics compare Stout’s films to those of New York pop artist Andy Warhol.
The Films of Mark Stout
Marko Stout latest film, “Kink” is scheduled to debut at New York’s Lincoln Center early 2023 with its mainstream theatrical distribution set for the Summer of 2023. The artist’s catalog includes many short films well worth checking out by lover of offbeat art films. His most critically acclaimed short films include:
“Graveyard of Buried Hopes”
“Requiem of Delusion”
“New York Nights”
Stout’s artworks may be seen in a variety of international exhibits, fine art galleries, and private collections. Marko Stout had solo exhibitions in New York, Chicago, SOBE, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Madrid.
The actual reality is presented to you with cathartic honesty, refined with a cinematic infusion of rock candescence. Without the use of smoke and mirrors, the work gleefully blinks with resonating reality, luring you away from the comfort of antiquated Pop Art and into a new domain of unadulterated passion.
Marko Stout’s work is at the top of the creative hierarchy and seems untouchable. Each work is undeniably a masterpiece; a dance between one’s inner self and the orgasmic enticement produced on canvass.
Marko Stout salaciously urges the audience to explore the darker, grittier elements of sexuality, referring to the paradigm-shifting mesmerism that may be discovered if you let your vision fall into the beauty of exploration, expression and erotica.
Stout’s artwork, whether it be painting, photography, sculpture, video, or any other visual effort, always draws the most attention. His visual delights (videos or films) work their charm on his viewers. Creativity flows naturally into his work, whether it’s film or painting.