El cuenco roto (The broken bowl)
Solo show at La Vicaría. (Puente de Génave, Jaén), 2019
This exhibition comprises a series of photographs, drawings on paper, and small and large format paintings which together form a narrative story. The lines, marks, colours and forms construct an abstraction based on elements which live alongside each other in the real world and the artistic world.
The artwork on show here implies the liberation of the pictorial concept by means of different media; painting and photography.
To let the bowl fall and spill its contents. A testof the painter's capacity for representation regarding his vision of his environment. The bowl breaks, all the contents are spilt, and everything is liberated. These are all ideas and thoughts. Stories which involve the pictorial genre from a contemporary perspective, such as still life, sculpture, the human form and landscapes. More or less day-to-day life. Eating. Music. The connection of common references between all of the above. A place where images refer in some measure to everything, but especially to painting. A reflection. A subjective expression about one's attitude or sentiment when observing an artwork.
Photographs: Untitled (All of them), 2019. 35mm, Portra 400/ColorPlus. Camera Cosina Hi-Lite 205 and Olympus MJU-1
Paintings: Untitled (All of them), 2017-2018-2019. Ink, enamel and oil on diferent sized canvases, paper, support media
33x24cm, 27x19cm, 180x120cm.
Series of 10 drawings: Untitled (All of them), 2018. Ink on paper satin grain Arches, 300gr. 66x51cm.