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Jordi Bernadó

Astana (KAZ 2.4) . 2018

Astana (KAZ 2.4) . 2018

+ Galeria Senda

En continua migración hacia territorios aún por descubrir y por ocupar, en un momento de pérdida de orientación común, el ser humano necesita aterrizar en alguna parte. Aunque sea en un interrogante que se abre buscando un mapa de nuevas referencias y reivindicando antiguas. Continue reading Jordi Bernadó

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Curro González

Se canta . 2019

Se canta . 2019

+ Galería Rafael Ortiz

La principal razón por la que me dedico a dibujar y pintar es porque al hacerlo puedo utilizar las imágenes sin que impliquen valores permanentes. Nunca resultan sumas exactas, no pretenden aportar certezas, ni proponen dogmas que respetar. Mis ideas suelen ser “ideas vagas” porque remiten a aquello que deseo, es decir, a algo que no conozco bien aún y que, por tanto, no puedo precisar. Continue reading Curro González

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Jason Martin

Untitled (Fluorescent pink / Titanium white) . 2021

Untitled (Fluorescent pink / Titanium white) .

+ Lisson Gallery

Martin has gained renown for his thick impasto, gestural paintings that challenge our perception of two and three-dimensionality by occupying space beyond the panel itself, balancing on the precipice between painting and sculpture. Since studying at Goldsmiths College in London in the early 1990s, the artist has pushed the boundaries of painting to its limits, at times even pouring paint beyond the borders, surpassing the confines of the panel.
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Afra Al Dhaheri

Fil Al Shaar . 2020

Fil Al Shaar . 2020

+ Green Art Gallery

The juxtaposition of the organic and inorganic, embody both strength and vulnerability. Rope mimics the delicate language of hair but also evokes processes of tying down, taming, and tidying. Concrete summons images of rigid architecture and cityscapes but here develops a softness, as well, adapting to the delicate intricacies of the human body. Continue reading Afra Al Dhaheri