Trained as a painter, Victor Goikoetxea has specialized in the art of trompe l’oeil. He invited us to visit his duplex and gallery both located in Hernani, Basque village on the French border. Discover a world where art and decoration coexist…
Industrial style wall with a rusty effect, made in trompe l’oeil for a private customer
A living playing with the total white. We especially recognize the BarcelonaOttoman from the Bauhaus designer Ludwig Mies van der Rohe (1929).
Works of art make the décor. Here the miniature sculpture of Continuum by Gotzon Huegun which large format version is displayed on the Plaza Zinkoenea in Hernani.
The stairs leading down to the bedroom with its paintings and engravings.
The bedroom, separated from the bathroom by a wall of glass bricks and white everywhere to create unity.
The “stage door” or dedications and drawings of the many friends and colleagues of Victor.
His Works and Workshop
The polyptych representing the city of Barcelona on which Victor was working at the time of our visit, a realism to be mistaken.
Part exposure of his studio and a model of one of its projects.
A graphical screen between surrealism and geometrism