Pablo’s latest work is a tribute to masters from late 20th century from the American abstract-expressionism school. This can be appreciated as a playful, relaxed and burlesque work. In the abstract art the spectator is cornered before a work that stimulates with no traces, no hints and forces you to resolve its intellectual challenge. The appreciation remains opened to different possibilities for encounter and lecture. This invites us to reflect about the possibilities of visual appreciation and perspective of the world around us. His work is a series of paintings with interlaced lines, circles, ellipses and sinuous objects that fulfill the canvas in such way that adds new characteristics and turns them into fields of color, lines, and dots. It succeeds creating an abstraction or concept where the spectator can travel throughout the erected space. Painting according to Pablo Candal, is just dense material embraced with layers to traverse different states of reflection and chromatic possibilities; this suggests an ambiance where the experiences accumulate. The work of Pablo Candal invites you as a spectator to adventure beyond the rules and to welcome this art as a vital element of culture. It’s ambiance, it’s an art to capture the senses from different levels; as a direct appreciation of art or an image to dress walls. It’s hedonistic and functional, it makes obvious the way that nowadays we consume and relate with the environment, and of course, without too many questions....
Biography: Pablo Candal is a Mexican artist born in 1967. His passion for painting started as a little boy creating abstract images on his notebook with a particular point of view. Candal started his professional career as an artist in 1991, and since then his work has been exhibited internationally and is found in a number of private collections. His most resent tour comprises of exhibitions in Spain, Ecuador, United States and Mexico. He has worked as an artist and teacher, performance-man, actor and dancer. Candal acquired a recognition at "Bienal Regional de la Plástica Joven" in 1998 and was presented with honours at ceremony of tribute to Federico García Lorca in 1999
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