PELAIRES GALLERY
PRUDENCIO IRAZÁBAL. Puentelarrá, Álava, 1954. Tide Marks
Spiritual and Scientific painting in equal shares.
Prudencio Irazábal is worried about structure, material and colour which he puts at the service of light, central point of his lenguage: light is the quid, essence, intelligible nature of everything.
He applyes colour in thin translucents layers and subtle gradations thanks to which he achieves depth and chromathic vibrations, a challenge for human eyes.





GALERIA MAIOR
ANTONIO MESONES. Torrelavega, Santander, 1965.
Mesones' work is a return to the traditional concept of painting. He builds abstract fields on where he talks about light, color and time.
His creative process is irrational and intuitive while his pictorial process is controlled and precise. From the blend of both concepts, he come into being silence spaces, he makes clear-cut and definite images that they rouse us from "I" in order to enter deep to the sublime terrain.





ABAARTLAB
JAIME SICILIA. Madrid, 1970.
Seascapes
Matter, light, space and time are the constant concerns of this artist from Madrid, with Arquitecture as a Major and profession until 2008.
Deeply interested on everything surrounding him, he stops to looke at all that provides beauty to this life.
With Seascapes, he invites us to flow through marine landsccapes, oozy and static at the same time, which draw us into their changing atmosphere.





GALERIA FRAN REUS
M REME SILVESTRE. Monóvar, Alicante, 1992.
*RAAD? Pff (1000 MAILS*
The general concept in which M Reme Silvestre's work evolves, is the vulnerability of human being versus the strategies generated by the information of society.
In this installation, the artist uses the bruxism pathology like a possible reflection of the discomfort and chronic distrees on the contemporary individual.















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