Adamo Dimitriadis


    • Male
    • Painter

    About the artist

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    Adamo Dimitriadis (Madrid, 1967)

    After completing his studies of design, the visit to an exhibition of René Magritte, determined his vocation. begins to create his first works close to pop surrealism, evolving from 2014 to a scientific realism fico. Science and morality are two inseparable concepts in his work. Progress examined since the magnifying glass on the ethics. That future perfect always overshadowed by the threat, scientific advancements diverted to purposes other than a human benefit. Here baby its genesis, inspired by the future that never arrived and the fascination for Science in the decades of the fifties and sixties, an attractive universe of truncated perspectives that mixed with personal elegance in a palette concept of which are science fiction, brutalist architecture and industrial photography, as paradigms of modernity.
    Adamo Dimitriadis recreates the dark side of scientific progress with the unrealistic perception a dream in Technicolor. His paintings radiate happiness tense, as if go from joy to disaster is a matter of time. They tell a fresh disappointment from a future past, a message that sprayed with irony to give entrance to his allegation of misuse of scientific progress, which has moved so many examples into the present.
    "children no longer want to be "astronauts and scientists, but footballers", summarized in an evocation. recalls that an early age industrial architecture and scientific illustrations that browsing in the books of of his father, an engineer Greek based in Spain. The atom, a constant in his work symbol, you woke up in those years a still unresolved curiosity, a result perhaps of the quintessence of the concept: its mysterious indefinition.

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