Alfonso Albacete

"El mar de la China"

Fernando Castro Florez

"Mar de la China" is an exhibition by Alfonso Albacete which adapts to the pictorial framework the vision of nature from a zenithal point of view. In the words of Fernando Castro, curator of this exhibition, "the pictorial landscape of Albacete is permanently tense between figuration and abstraction, in the `plen air’ and the dissolution of the figurative motif in a sort of Baroque abstraction as practiced in the nineties".

In addition to this renewed vision of ‘plen air’, Alfonso Albacete shows interest in pure colours, being, in most cases, a dialogue between two complementary ones.

This gives the collection "Mar de la China" as one of the most visual and impressive shows of the Ana Serratosa Gallery.
"El mar de la China" | Fernando Castro Florez

Works

  • Mar de la china dorado

    Alfonso Albacete

    "Mar de la china dorado"

    2006

    90.00 x 90.00 cm

    Canvas

    Acrylics

  • El mar de la China rosa-Rio

    Alfonso Albacete

    "El mar de la China rosa-Rio"

    2005

    100.00 x 41.50 cm

    Canvas

    Acrylic

  • El mar de China nº 26, amarillo

    Alfonso Albacete

    "El mar de China nº 26, amarillo"

    2005

    170.00 x 150.00 cm

    Canvas

    Acrylic

  • El mar de la China

    Alfonso Albacete

    "El mar de la China"

    2006

    200.00 x 200.00 cm

    Canvas

    Acrylic

  • El mar de la China-rojo

    Alfonso Albacete

    "El mar de la China-rojo"

    2004

    90.00 x 90.00 cm

    Canvas

    Acrylics

  • El mar de la China-cadmio

    Alfonso Albacete

    "El mar de la China-cadmio"

    2005

    170.00 x 150.00 cm

    Canvas

    Mixed technique

Reviews

Albacete

MEMORY AND THE DREAM OF WATER

FERNANDO CASTRO FLÓREZ

"Mar de la China" is an exhibition by Alfonso Albacete which adapts to the pictorial framework the vision of nature from a zenithal point of view.

 

In the words of Fernando Castro, the curator of this exhibition, "the pictorial landscape of Albacete is permanently tense between figuration and abstraction, in the plen air look and the dissolution of the figurative motif in a kind of Baroque abstraction as practiced in the nineties".

 

In addition to this renewed vision of plen air, Alfonso Albacete shows interest in pure colors, being, in most cases, a dialogue between two complementary colors. This gives the collection "Mar de la China" as one of the most visual and impressive shows of the Ana Serratosa Gallery.

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