Woman XXIII Painting by Enriquillo Amiama

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Enriquillo Amiama

Dominican Republic

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Only flowers could compare with women's beauty. This is my most recent artwork of the series of flowers named "Woman". The other 22 paintings are sold. This is the only one available at this time. My original inspiration came from Georgia O'Keeffe florals. I mix realism with abstract geometry, changing the perception of we think we know. As Magritte said, "This is not a pipe", this is not a flower, it's a beautiful woman! Some art critics associate this body of works with cubism, and I'm open to opinions, but I see it as a transgression and a touch of violence related to sex and gender. It's a deep conceptual viewpoint, but I'm sure some people could feel the meaning behind the daily banality of pop culture and life.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:10 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in


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Enriquillo Amiama belongs to a new generation of Dominican artists who have appropriated the formal and conceptual characteristics of the historical vanguards. As a pioneer in the plastic flow, since 1983, consistently, fuses elements characteristic of symbolism, abstraction, hyper-realism, as well as emblematic iconography artists. From the reuse of anachronistic aesthetics of appropriation and paraphrasing, has created a proper style that could be defined as a new pop art, whose theme and concept as expressed in paintings, installations, videos, digital art and more today using the middle "Facebook" as a plastic substance. Dr. Belgica Rodríguez Former President of International Association of Art Critics, AICA, ONG of UNESCO, actually she is Honor President Ad Vitam of AICA Former Director of Art Museum of the Americas, OEA, Washington, D.C. for 7 years. President of the Iberoamerican Art Fair, Seoul (IAAF) Juror at most of the WorldWide Art Biennials and writer of important art books and essays.