This is the third painting of the pomegranate color series. This painting with a minimalist finish concentrates on the uniform dynamic form. The white fabric of the canvas, the negative space, becomes almost as important as the pomegranate color itself.
Inspired by experiments with liquid paint on vibrating surfaces, Voinea’s intention throughout his various recent series of abstract works has remained the same, to capture and freeze a vibrant and colorful moment in time and space.
Voinea consistently expresses his passionate and inquisitive character in his colorful abstract paintings, adventurous works that push the bounds of creativity with experimentation, brilliant colors and striking forms. Voinea’s oeuvre, in summary, is visceral, striking and powerful, living and organic.
Alex Voinea’s paintings have been exhibited in Europe (Brussels, Paris, Milan, London, Amsterdam, and Stockholm), and the United States in New York and Los Angeles.
"...The experience of immigrants from oppressed countries in Europe can vary greatly depending on factors such as skin color or surname. The path towards social and economic integration is often a long and difficult one, and can be further complicated by a lack of equity..."
The Mexican artist Simon Cruz is known for creating oil paintings full of symbolism and subtlety. One of the defining characteristics ins this painting is the use of an orange-red background, which serves as a striking backdrop for the subtle details in primary colors that are meticulously incorporated into the painting.
Tango is a new composition by palma alvariño in#Matiz_bcn. Using a palette of browns, the artist, achieves a composition that roots in the space. The choice of a dark goldenrod brown as the main color gives a clear contrast but at the same time a pleasant and peaceful view. Making it a great #artcollection
Continuing with our street-art theme we now show Simón Cruz. A multidisciplinary artist who works from graffiti to oil canvas. He borrows ideas from artists such as Jean-Michel Basquiat and Picasso and his own Mexican heritage with which he captures new concepts.
"SKATER VADELL II"
Street art in barcelona has a long history, from the mid 80's to the present, from innovation to rejection and finally to "tolerance". Nowadays, after the rise of street art thanks to "super" artists like#banksyor#shepardfairey, urban art is no longer demonized, but still leaves many questions open in how Barcelona should approach it.
"SKATER VADELL III"
Since the 70's skate culture and street art are deeply intertwined. With prominent artists like#keithharing#hajimesorayamaand a personal favorite#yayoikusamawe have seen a fusion in between fine arts and street art.
This is but a sneak peek into our exhibitions coming in 2023.
This skate art was made by Palma Alvariño
"My religion is very simple"
Simon Cruz's oil paintings narrate a bridge in between abstract art and surrealism, in between the unconscious and awareness, with joyous touch of color.
2 x 2 m
Oil on canvas
This explosion of color on a white background paper, is just something you cant stop looking at. The accidental but confident strokes of the brush fills up the paper with a rush of colors
78 x 56 cm
Acrylic, on paper.
A hidden pomelo stripe with 2 dominant red bands above, supported by a deep cyan and midnight blue case gives this abstract composition weight, contrast and depth. A piece that wont go unnoticed in a sophisticated space.
Acrylic, graphite, spray
paint and gesso on wood. 2021.
Alex Voinea is a Romanian artist, based in Barcelona for more than 20 years. Alex is one of our most veteran artists and a participant in art fairs all over Europe and America.
this is a smaller format, instead of a canvas, alex voinea, paints with acrylic on a thick paper. The background, a yellow gradient with colors that stamp the paper.
Maleza is born from the desire to reconnect spontaneously with nature, and as a celebration of my land. Weed (maleza) can be read as an unwanted but also a free willed element; less controlled and intervened, natural, and always there. Weed represents the wild and all the natural instincts that revive again, once we allow them spaces for it. Like the plants that grow on the sidewalks, nature — both around us and within oneself — will find a way to emerge, resist, and succeed.
Alberto Ruiz Villar´s shapes, forms and different use of materials makes for a unique and marvelous acquisition for the buyer. the Spray paint, graphite and gesso give a subtle relief on the canvas.