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Drawing, Charcoal on Paper
Size: 15.4 W x 17.3 H x 0.1 D in
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This work is based on the observation of nature, its movements, shapes and directions, from a particular and abstract perspective. I work with the line, using charcoal, the background is white, which generates a great monochromatic contrast. I feel attracted to the game of shapes, energy and movement that I perceive when walking through nature.
Drawing:Charcoal on Paper
Size:15.4 W x 17.3 H x 0.1 D in
Ready to Hang:No
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Born in Mendoza, Argentina, 1979. Lives in the coastal city of Mar del Plata in Buenos Aires, Argentina. “In Manino's artwork is necessary to activate the eye as if it were a zoom, in order to have macro-micro views of details and large surfaces, and to observe both the way in which the continuous lines meet each other, as well as the work that she performs with torn and colored paper. The eye must be careful, because the limits of the surfaces of her artworks are deceptive, especially in the most recent works that want to expand and take over the space. The pieces do not end where the support apparently culminates, but they often have continuity in the architectural environment or the space "taken" as intervention or performance. In the organic-geometric tension of each artwork, the movement of the hand, the physical vestige of the body, put into action on the surface, is glimpsed. Lines generated freehand with pencils, graphite and chalk are consecutive, varying in thickness and intensity according to the pressure exerted. Manino repeatedly uses paper as a base, built from the superposition of numerous layers that finally give it an almost solid body. In her artworks, visual blocks, rectangular, square and other geometric shapes usually appear, which close the gaze and prevent one from seeing what is behind, what is below. Black stains that paralyze us, drive us away and make us realize that there is always something in the work that is unattainable”. María Lightowler – Lluvia, Office of Curatorship and Museology
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