Dennis Hollingsworth

"The pleasure intact"

Fernando Castro Florez

In this exhibition, Dennis Hollingsworth invites us to observe how colors germinate from a two-dimensional surface, creating bristling shapes that seem to have emerged naturally on the canvas and being the undisputed protagonist of the works. On this way all the attention is focused on the forms generated on the pictorial surface.

The intensity and conviction of the work hypnotize the viewer to appreciate the different temporalities and moods that the author represents in this series.
"The pleasure intact" | Fernando Castro Florez

Works

  • King of a sceptered isle

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "King of a sceptered isle"

    2006

    180.00 x 160.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

  • Ahora y luego

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Ahora y luego"

    2005

    98.00 x 80.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

  • Rock Sky

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Rock Sky"

    2006

    46.00 x 38.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

  • Genner Still

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Genner Still"

    2006

    46.00 x 38.00 cm

    Paperboard

    Oil

Other exhibitions

Reviews

Dennis

THE INTACT PLEASURE

FERNANDO CASTRO FLÓREZ

"Dennis contemplates, during frantic moments in the solitude of the study, how those colors germinate on the two-dimensional surface. I am sure that he It is the first one that suffers the charms of that surface that is, worth the paradox, a background, of those bristling shapes that evoke the silky. All those textures I they caught when I wanted to touch them and now I feel that my text is barely able to give an account of the beauty that these works embody. It may be a problem of my thought or, better, I experienced a limit of the language, that part, always wet, of the body that came to desire a fusion with painting, the magic that it maintains, Auratically, at a distance no matter how close it may be. "