PELAIRES GALLERY
"The cave wall was always there"
Group exhibition: Ricardo Alcaide, Alice Channer, Steve Claydon, Carlos Irijalba, Rafael Munárriz, Claudia Peña Salinas, Lucas Simoes.
Curator: Adam Thomas
Central to the exhibition is a recurring theme of a material’s past, encompassing its origin and processes that it has undergone, be they natural or human. A certain amount of original residual essence remains in tension with its current state - this site of tension is interrogated and elevated by the artist, its history unearthed, to form new understanding and meaning from seemingly common materials.





XAVIER FIOL GALLERY
JOSE LUÍS PUCHE, Málaga, 1976.
"Lo que vieron los vientos del sur"
Abstraction was his main focus in the beginning of his career, afterwards he developed a great interest in figurative art with a great conceptual load.
He describes himself as an image hunter. He separates the perspective of these to establish different views and simultaneous alternative portrayals.





FRAN REUS GALLERY
ISAAC LYTHGOE, Guensey, 1989.
"Smell Summer Rain"
Isaac Lythgoe is a multidisciplinary artist. His work reflects on consciousness and its distorsions. He drafts narrative speeches using Language far from what is conventional and fraught with seductive surfaces or fictional scenographies where the oneiric, kitsch or surreal images, explore the actual society and contemporary culture.





ABA ART LAB
MIQUEL MESQUIDA, Manacor, 1954.
"Catorze-Quattuordècim"
He lengthens to the infinity the relation between human beings who alternatively go from comprehension to discord. A grotesque scenario of strong oneiric print frames the motifs in an atmosphere full of anguish which becomes a critique to hypocrisy, conventionalisms and to entities. It is in this track where an acid and ironic anecdotary flourishes, this does not exclude a profound relation between the physical and that related to feelings or between the things involving matter and the spiritual ones.















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