Last days! Extended until June 29th
A retrospective exhibition of Gaston Chaissac at Galeria Marc Domènech
The work of Gaston Chaissac is extraordinary unknown in our country. Y a d’la joie is the most important individual and retrospective exhibition ever made in Spain of Gaston Chaissac’s work. Only once, a...
"In his plastic work Le Corbusier expresses different aspects than in his architectural work, and reveals a multiple personality, which he also showed in his other fields (...). He borrows both from the compositional sensibility that cubism developed as well as from surrealism’s vital and sexual...
Even though Le Corbusier was much more acknowledged for his architectural projects, he was also an important painter.
The exhibition offers a complete and extensive selection of paintings, collages and drawings dating from 1920 to 1960.
The gallery reviews the artistic trajectory of Le Corbusier.
"In Lluís Lleó's artistic career there has always been a pairing between tradition and modernity that takes a double meaning: on the one hand, his belonging to a family of painters (…), and on the other, the specialization in an old technique like fresco painting (…) that he has turned into...
“The truth is that forms mean. And just as literature is done with words and not only with ideas and images, art is also done with forms and not only with ideas and images"
The Barcelona painter, despite resident in New York, Lluís Lleó exhibits these days in Manhattan’s hub Park Avenue.
The Catalan painter installs five pantings on stone in Park Avenue, the great open-air exhibition space.
“In the decades of open air exhibitions in this space, protagonism always belonged to sculpture. Lleó introduces an innovative blow to this tradition”