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Muxart. Contemporary Art and Creation Space

I achieve more in five minutes of extravagance than in one hour of measure

<p>Muxart highlights the textural quality of his painting as a spatial dimension of colour. He seems to sculpt his pictures</p>

Muxart highlights the textural quality of his painting as a spatial dimension of colour. He seems to sculpt his pictures

The Muxart style is a language made of material and gestural exploration. Oil paintings allow us to enjoy the three-dimensionality of his brushstroke, the depth of his colour and the character of his surfaces. They always reflect a measured composition as well as a brushstroke or inflamed spatula. Measure and extravagance guide the symphony of colours, a range of values ​​that the artist controls and experiences.

Magnifying glasses allow for closer observation of the surface of the painting from a closer distance, to enjoy the swirls of colour and the strong lines of the filling.

Muxart likes to turn everything into painting, and not to transfer reality into painting. It is not a mirror reflecting the surroundings, but is inspired by reality and turns it into painting. All the colours are involved in what he does.

His painting is determined by figuration and abstraction. Technique is very important, and the external reality never dictates his creativity. Muxart is faithful to the mystery of pictorial expression, as we can see in the paintings of the series "Amazing Landscapes”: everything is painting, and painting can be used to perceive the spectacle of a profoundly human inner world.

OBJECTS

<p><em>Lluminositat astral (Starlight)</em>, &ldquo;Big Bang&rdquo; series, 2002, oil on canvas, 100 &times; 100 cm</p>
Lluminositat astral (Starlight...
Lluminositat astral (Starlight)
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