Dennis Hollingsworth

"Viaje pintando al país de las tres dimensiones"

Francisco Carpio

The exhibition "Trip painted in the country of the three dimensions" is about "a material that [...] appears densely stuck, vigorous, forming orographic accidents on the surface of the painting."

On occasions like this, the painting becomes like this In an exercise of will, not only visual, but also-and above all-in a tactile and sensual exercise, we place the pads of our eyes on it as if they were our fingers, traveling an irregular and uneven journey, "he explains. the curator of this exhibition Francisco Carpio.

Hollingsworth's painting has always been developed in the generosity of the material that each painting offers, in this exhibition, we will continue contemplating waterfalls and pictorial volcanoes, where the color will continue to manifest itself in a physicality that few artists manage to achieve. The Ana Serratosa Gallery offers the viewer a journey through infinite orographies that will activate, sure, the tactile capacity of the spectator.
"Viaje pintando al país de las tres dimensiones" | Francisco Carpio

Works

  • Tan lejos

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Tan lejos"

    2010

    160.00 x 127.00 x 5.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

  • Stars beside the sun

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Stars beside the sun"

    2011

    46.00 x 38.00 cm

    Paper

    Oil

  • Been Like That

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Been Like That"

    2009

    160.00 x 180.00 x 5.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

  • Binary Test Site

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Binary Test Site"

    2010

    160.00 x 127.00 x 5.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

  • Some Hidden Grace

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Some Hidden Grace"

    2010

    160.00 x 127.00 x 5.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

  • Lil' Saucer Eyed

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Lil' Saucer Eyed"

    2010

    76.00 x 183.00 x 5.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

Reviews

DENNIS

A PAINTED JOURNEY OF THE COUNTRY OF THREE

FRANCISCO CARPIO

The exhibition "Trip painted in the country of the three dimensions" is about "a material that [...] appears densely stuck, vigorous, forming orographic accidents on the surface of the painting".

On occasions like this, the painting becomes like this In an exercise of will, not only visual, but also-and above all-in a tactile and sensual exercise, we place the pads of our eyes on it as if they were our fingers, traveling an irregular and uneven journey, "he explains. the curator of this exhibition Francisco Carpio.

Hollingsworth's painting has always been developed in the generosity of the material that each painting offers, in this exhibition, we will continue contemplating waterfalls and pictorial volcanoes, where the color will continue to manifest itself in a physicality that few artists manage to achieve. The Ana Serratosa Gallery offers the viewer a journey through infinite orographies that will activate, sure, the tactile capacity of the spectator.