Metronecrópolis II

Francisco Corella BorrásKöln (Deutschland)Spain

Germany2018Acrylic over board

60 x 80 cm • Framed: 65 x 85 cm

"Man should be the measure of all. On the contrary, he is a stranger in the world that he has created. He has been incapable of organizing this world for himself, because he did not possess a practical knowledge of his own nature." Alexis Carrel - "The Man, The Unknown".

WOOCS 2.1.9

$ 1,447

1 in stock

Painting is a pathway to interrogate my own subconscious and personal symbols and fears. I tend to work fast, as i look for the freshness of the psychologycal print. I like to imagine my paintings as warnings, taking place in a possible terrible future, or past; fantasy nightmares on barren fields and broken landscapes.

I believe in the figure of the artist as defined by Felix de Azúa: an individual who lends his eyes and sensitivity to society, to offer visions of reality in ways others cannot percieve. For this reason I believe in responsible art, involved and committed to the reality of its time. And although art, unlike the mass media, is a form of soft and slow influence, its effect is produced in the depths of the psyche, in the spirit, and there it remains: art is the plough that furrows the spirit where ideas will germinate. The artist is an engineer of the soul of his time.

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