The painter Lukáš Havrda (1987) belongs to the authors of the younger generation, who often return to traditional painting techniques. Also, the themes of his tend to capture common reality, but to some degree he transposes or conceals himself. This is a kind of return to faithful or realistic representation, but also a reflection of the current streams of the international art scene headed by German and Romanian schools. Havrda’s paintings are not passive realistic documents, but they are not an unbounded game without rules. Real views and objects mingle more or less with their own imagination, with fancy poetry, and with several visual and meaningful plans.