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Assembly of collage X-RAY on soft cotton of 260 gr / m2
Signed on April 2017 and a certificate of authenticity is added

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Looking a home for you Drawing

David Molina-Molina


Drawing, X-ray on Paper

Size: 8.7 W x 9.8 H x 0 D in

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This series of drawings belong to a new line in my work where I am exploring to the maximum the resource of the collage like field of power where it dialogues with the forms and the color as limit of the drawing, the contour creates the line and gives step to the phenomenon Which acts in our brain stimulating it to detect, perceive and complete the forms within my speeches. I am looking for a simple and minimalist way that I can be more sincere when talking about the dramas of life. NOTE Assembly of collage X-ray on soft cotton of 260 gr / m2. Signed on April 2017 and a certificate of authenticity is added. All my drawings are sent rolled and very well protected in a tube.

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Drawing:X-ray on Paper

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Size:8.7 W x 9.8 H x 0 D in

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#FIGURATIVE In my figurative body of work is very common the man’s need have their own space, a land to inhabit, a land where he can leave their mark, a trail and their opposition like the absence of this space itself, also, I dedicate to representing the man inside of the object house and how this one inhabits to himself,from my perspective I rummage and explore in the human relationships and the symbolic properties that we attach to objects as a representation of human activity by portraits what decipher the primary feelings of living in a home. #ABSTRACT My line of sculptural/abstract work research the elements of the landscape as a subject of interest; I feel to become more sensitive towards nature to extract the necessary recourses to explore organic forms and detach them, using sketching and ceramics as means for the perception of the space and the plastic reflection to then translate my work into a more sensitive language. These idealized landscapes don't necessarily come from the physical reality: they are essays with which I translate space to be able to devote myself to an aesthetic intention the is more intimate and local.

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