• OCT 26 to DEC 08
    Solo Exhibition


    • Solo Exhibition
    • Contemporary
    • Emerging Artists

    Dates and Opening hours

    OCT 26 to DEC 08, 2012

    Monday to Friday, from 10.30 to 13.30 and from 17.00 to 20.30. Saturday, from 11.00 to 13.30.

    Event Location

    Estudio Artizar

    San Agustín 63 38201. La Laguna · Santa Cruz de Tenerife
    La Laguna

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    Riot and chaos drawing the essential of a new project. Graphite skin to wrap each sheet of the many that his paintings gather. Intuition, explanation in itself, and ultimately, explanation in itself.. Sketches dancing to the melody of an idea, of a rhythm was that was placed in his restless head at the same time in which he did not even know what he was thinking. And so everything arises, and as such, the Nicamorfo concept makes sense.


    The play on lines, materials, colors, pigments, textures, sounds, brightness and most importantly, the play on questions for the one who has the privilege of engaging with some of his sculptures placed on the scene.


    As an animal ritual in which the males fight using their best artifices whether strength, swiftness or visual impact. In this same manner, the concepts, senses and options in the head of the sculpture battle one another, in this same manner are the ideas themselves that fight to the death in order to seduce Nicancor, one on the other, a remnant to the other and this other remains behind, molding itself in continuous care for its opportunity to conquer the mind of the creator to arise once again. A heroic and symphonic dance in order to be able to become a piece in order to achieve a form and silence the graphite skin.


    Without principal and obviously without end, without time in order to age and without an established direction.

    Randomness in presence of overwhelming strange eyes due to the clarity with which it was conceived.

    Without searching for precision and without needing placement as well without more Sinology.

    Pure essence in the mature work of the poet who was called Gubia.

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