Group exhibition

El lenguaje del color

Perhaps this past year has been when we have needed to put more color in our lives. In the History of Art, colors have always been chosen with a purpose. Each of them, by their nature or by their way of transmitting certain ideas, have served to represent scenes with symbolism, which at no time have been left to chance. Each color reflects a meaning, a representation of status, and even states in the life of the human being. With this exhibition that brings together seven of our artists, we intend to escape from the monotony that hovers in these times, to make a tour of the entire color spectrum and reflect on the visual language with which color manages to impact us and make us participants of the reality expressed in the works.
El lenguaje del color

Works

  • Split

    Bill Thompson

    "Split"

    2009

    46.00 x 41.00 x 20.00 cm

    Polyurethane block

    Metal powder and resin

  • De nadia a nadie

    Manolo Quejido

    "De nadia a nadie"

    2009

    97.00 x 195.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

  • Resurrection

    Marco Veronese

    "Resurrection"

    2010

    36.00 x 56.00 x 56.00 cm

    Wood panels

    Chromogenic printing

  • Sueños de infancia de un bombero torero

    Carlos Franco

    "Sueños de infancia de un bombero torero"

    2010

    50.00 x 50.00 cm

    Paper

    Collage. Calcographic monotype

  • La estocada y cabeza del bautista

    Carlos Franco

    "La estocada y cabeza del bautista"

    2008

    35.00 x 33.50 cm

    Paper

    Gesso, collage, acrylic and fluorescent gel

  • La puntillera

    Carlos Franco

    "La puntillera"

    2008

    35.00 x 33.50 cm

    Paper

    Painted engraving

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  • Refugio 2

    Alfonso Albacete

    "Refugio 2"

    2006

    200.00 x 200.00 cm

    Canvas

    Acrylic

  • Pacing, Staring, Stalking

    Dennis Hollingsworth

    "Pacing, Staring, Stalking"

    2005

    135.00 x 115.00 cm

    Canvas

    Oil

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El lenguaje del color

El lenguaje del color

Have you ever wondered why artists chose certain colors to create their works? Did you know that behind each color there is a whole symbology and meanings that complete the meaning of the work?

Discover our new exhibition at a deeper level, and let yourself be invaded not only by the meanings of the work, but also by its color.

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