XAVIER FIOLGALLERY
MELVIN MARTÍNEZ. Puerto Rico, 1976
Wild paintings. His neo-barroque style produces caotic, intense and humorous works that have neither beginning or end: they just happen. Through this tortured and dense vision, made up of material such as confetti, fake costume jewelery, glitter or acrylic, etc. The artist transport us to the essence of his work: the constant search of the aesthetic limits.





PEP LLABRÉS CONTEMPORARY ART
EMILIO GAÑÁN Plaséncia, Cáceres, Spain1971. CARLOS CARTAXO Valladolid, 1978. ROBERT FERRER Valencia, 1978.
"Line". This “six- handed” exhibition, attempts to unite in a collaborative excercise six artists who use geometry in diffrent ways as their means of expression. Their admiration for masters like Yturralde and Palazuelo, abstraction, lyrical geometry as well as the use of line make up the common language. An exhibition with three autors, three visions and a single theme.





HORRACH MOYÀ GALLERY
PEP GIRBENT. Sòller, Mallorca, Spain. 1966
"Pictures/ The Rite (film)". An irreverent artist, Girbent collects images to question the idea and concept of the copy, repetition and ownership re-valuing the former and the latter in their new function. Rito (rite) is a video made by Manuel Espinoza during the making in situ of the ten metre mural drawn by Girbent. It is a videographic essay composed of still images and a minute (but decisive) moving fragment.





FRAN REUS GALLERY
NAUZET MAYOR. Las Palmas, 1980.
"Contemporary Misery". This project is a humorous and critical look at the stablishment and how it expects an artist to behave and be. Using ceramic as a medium and a conceptual language, Nauzet ignores the manipulation of images and takes up the traditional concept of sculpture with regards to formal values. Giving us a vision of reality as pure fiction.















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