Painting, Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 51.2 W x 38.2 H x 1 D in
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The artist considers himself as a spokesperson for the speechless beings, due to their fragility, innocence and ignorance. Through this, he reveals a positive vision of the world inspired from the day-to-day life of children as the first victims of social abnormalities. The notions of borders, barriers, and identity are represented here through day-to-day objects like flowers, outfits, and wallpapers. His work is done entirely with acrylic paint on canvas in a realistic tendency, using surrealist and symbolist processes in which he depicts the world in a form of anonymity. The wallpapers painted with the traditional screen printing technique, raises the question of beauty and how things are viewed positively. Through these wallpapers placed in the background, he no longer reminds the world of what it is going through, but vitrifies and sublimate its flaws, thus creating a reality which we all dream of.
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:51.2 W x 38.2 H x 1 D in
Ready to Hang:Yes
Packaging:Ships in a Crate
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"When I paint, I do not think about art but about life". Basquiat My creative vision as an artist is one that sees not only the artist as the storyteller of the facts of the society, but also the one who rebels against social anomalies. Translating my fears in a world in perpetual mutation where Man has become a wolf for Man, art allows me to mark my existence through an art that wants to be active and not passive. When I draw or paint, I talk about my daily life as a citizen of the world, I do not ask the injured person how he/she feels, but I become the injured person myself. I use color as a structural element and their capacity, to give life and hope to my subjects. These colors contribute to the construction of the work and allow the connection between the human races. Each work then appears as a pictorial language to open a discussion.
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