POTATOMIKE's commitment is to provide Marius's work to you commission free.
As an artist, Marius provides levels of print editions for each piece of his work.
The Original is sized 31.5 x 47.25 inches (80 x 120 cm) and only one is created.
Limited Edition Prints are sized 18.5 x 27.5 inches (47 x 70 cm) and 5 prints along with 2 artist proofs are created.
Large Editions: Select prints are available in the size of 11.75 x 15.75 inches (30 x 40 cm) with print runs of 50 to 100.
Prices for artwork do not include credit card charges, taxes or shipping, which is added at checkout and once shipping prices are confirmed.
Selected Sold Works
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So, take a look at selected works by Marius and the prices for which they sold.
About Marius's Work
Marius Budu’s photographs are strong and focused, with few details supporting the clear impression of one thought or emotion. Through his unique use of light and shading, the pieces create structure and emphasize the sparse, yet vivid colors. The photographs are driven by his fascination with the human body as a raw material for art: sculptured, twisted and focused on the minute details, revealing its inherent individuality. The photography plays with the viewer’s expectations of composition and motif – often portraying only ambiguous parts of the body, letting the viewer wonder or simply absorb.
Marius Budu delineates the human experience as a whole – uniting the photography’s embodied honesty with visual echoes of a mind’s streaming notions
Marius Budu Live
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Selected Recent Exhibitions
Timisoara Fine Arts Museum
Group Shows & Fairs
Art Square Gallery
The China Millennium Monument
The European Festival of Nude Photography
Espace Van Gogh
ABOUT MARIUS BUDU
Marius Budu is a visual artist working with photography and the human figure. He is currently based in Copenhagen, Denmark. His work has been exhibited at galleries and museums in countries like The United States, Canada, France, China, Romania, Sweden and Denmark.
Take a look at Marius creating and hear from him directly in this short film.
Theatre of Dreams
from an interview WITH MARIUS
Q: How did you develop your photography in capturing the human form?
A: I am in love with the abstract. My first photographic passion was using a macro lens to photograph the minuscule unseen treasures of the world we casually walk past every day. The two elements of macro photography that truly fascinated me were texture and form. Eventually I discovered the immense possibilities of working with the human figure and began focusing my attention on using the body as a medium.
The stillness of night
The Midnight series series was developed over several years. As Marius once wrote, "for some reason, it always felt a bit too ambitious production-wise and I always ended up favoring other concepts instead."
Fortunately, Marius sorted out how to make the production work, and he was able to perform a casting call, acquire the body paint and within 9 hours complete the photo shoot. We are glad to show a behind-the-scenes short film shot by Mads Hoppe and include the models for the series Winnie Bloch, Lea Abildgaard, Stephie Sorensen, Natalia Ivanova, Nicole Larsen, Sabine H. as well as Marius assistant Anna Sophia Hansen.