"Un esbozo sobre el pintor hipertélico"
Fernando Castro Florez
Some paintings are full of reference that respond to exact planes, connect with the world and with the painting itself, extracting all its power from it.
In the painting of Manolo Quejido, a tone of cubist representation and feminine incarnation of resounding forms is read, denoting a taste for distortion and banal monumentalization.
Complaint warns a drive toward a subject that accumulates a prolonged experience of culture and an intensive memory that has to do with the question of the anguish of influences. This lucid creator directs, permanently, his gaze to the historical horror, confronting it with the present.