Contemporary realism, painting and sculpture
Director: Pepa Quinteiro Giner
Address: C/ Campoamor, 2
Location: 43202 REUS
Telephone: 977312759 - 666674996
Timetable: Monday to Friday, 11:00h.-13:30h and 17:00h.-20:00h.; Saturday, 11:00h.-13:30h.; Another days and hours, visit by appointment
Converging is to become the point where the knowledge of the past and the ideas of the future touch itself to develop into the present.
It is to capture the subtle union of the realism and the abstraction, or telling differently, to find the confortable space between the figurative representation of the reality and its normally abstract execution.
It is to create the dialogue between plasticity and rationality.
It is to mix texture and glaze, the paint brush and the palette knife, light and shadow.
It is to look for the instant to find the continuity.
It is to bind together the pictorial process and feelings.
It is the actions of joining together the elements that apparently contrasted among them, but that fluently conversed when converge.
In the exhibition "Ephemeral spaces" presented in Anquins gallery, Carlos Díaz has focused on everything that time has vanished: a reflection produced by light on a wet earth or the perception of the landscape through a window trim. Non-durability and immediacy are the central theme of his works that paradoxically succeed in immortalizing the ephemeral city, ephemeral spaces and ephemeral nature. The look of Carlos Diaz emphasizes the small things, in elements that are weird, those to which we do not pay attention.
He reflects in a very precise way the lights, contrasts, walls and urban scenarios so as to transform our perception of everyday spaces.
"URBANITAS" is a collective of four artists : Albert Vidal, Luis Puiggròs , Carlos Diaz , James Arisa with their particular visions about of cities.
Obra recent de més de 30 artistes: pintura, escultura, cerámica, dibuix i joia contemporànea.
Exposició col.lectiva amb l’objectiu d’incentivar el col.leccionisme amb estils variats i preus asequibles. Amb més de 30 artistes participants.
Modest Almirall, Didier Lourenço, Jesús Curiá, Teresa Riba, Albert Alís, Carlos Morago, Fernando Alday, Lluis Puiggros, Carlos Díaz, Miquel Wert…