FRAN REUS GALLERY
TOMEU SASTRE. Mallorca, 1986
"Essay for an improvised monologue"
Conceptualist artist, he uses text as a base to develop the majority of his projects in which the spectator is an active part. In this occasion, he ventures in the world of comedy to, in a humorous way, he talks to us about the dynamics and vices of the artistic context. He combines, in his exhibited proposal, the concept, that transmits in different approaches, with objects created from it.





PEP LLABRÉS ART CONTEMPORANI
MONIKA BUCH. Valencia, 1936
Artist influenced by the aesthetic purity and functionalism of the Bauhaus as well as the Optical Art. Monika Buch works with the perception of the vision and the three-dimensional conception of space, using geometric shapes, made with plain colours, and different graphic techniques in which the colours and its interaction becomes the central axis of her artistic work.





XAVIER FIOL GALLERY
HERBERT HAMAK, Germany, 1952. TOMISLAV NIKOLIC, Australia, 1970.
"Without limits"
The exploration of the colour's limits, the use of pigments in its purest state and the addition of value to the canvas, are the main three characteristics that make an establishing dialogue between these two artists possible. While Hamak plays with the ambiguity between painting and sculpture, overstepping the two-dimensional canvas, Nikolic incorporates the frame in the work turning it into an essential part of it.





ADDAYA PALMA
FERMÍN JIMÉNEZ LANDA. Pamplona, 1979.
"You can get here or there or go around the coast"
Fermín Jiménez works doesn´t have a uniformed ventures or a coherent style. As this artist's Art is a workshop where error doesn´t exists. Follower of the Procesual Art and of the Ultraism, he surprises us with actions which give us new views, far away from what is established.















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