The pictorial language that I have been developed in recent years has been designed to provide a vision of contemporary landscape understood as a complex environment. Issues like the ephemeral, the fragile and the night with concepts like figuration and abstraction, reality and fiction, light and shadow envelop all my work.

A proposal that includes representations from abandoned and destroyed spaces to fictitious and enigmatic landscapes. All this forms a set of metaphoric images of a contemporary social situation that troubles me and that convey a sense of uncertainty and surprise. The viewer has to pass through this universe wrapped in a dark and mysterious atmosphere searching a unfathomable enigma.

Read the review of the Antonio Gala Foundation Residency
Take a look at the series ‘Landscapes After the Battle'
Take a look at the series 'The Dying of the Light'
Take a look at the series ‘Projected Reflections'

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