Partial view of the group show On Drawing II (2014)
 Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art (Lisbon, Portugal)




Presente passado VII, 2014
Graphite and gesso on paper 425gr
56 x 76 cm




Presente passado VI, 2014
Graphite and gesso on paper 425gr
56 x 76 cm




Presente passado X, 2014
Graphite and gesso on paper 425gr
56 x 76 cm




Presente passado V, 2014
Graphite and gesso on paper 425gr
56 x 76 cm



Presente passado XII, 2014
Graphite and gesso on paper 425gr
56 x 76 cm




Presente passado (#G3), 2014
Graphite and gesso on paper 650gr
153 x 103 cm




Presente passado (#G2), 2014
Graphite and gesso on paper 650gr
153 x 103 cm




Presente passado (#G1), 2014
Graphite and gesso on paper 650gr
153 x 103 cm


«(…) In the extraordinary economy of their achievements, these pieces row against the rhetoric of the superfluous, as well against the spurious tide of contemporary image. Fundamentally, they are exercises in concision and acumen: the depuration of their solutions, the focused attention of the gaze, the vague space of their intervals, the critical backing of subjectivity.» By Bruno Marchand (2014) (find the full essay here)

(excerpt from the essay written for the group show On Drawing II at Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal; this exhibition included the following artists: AnaMary Bilbao; Matt Mullican; João Onofre; Julião Sarmento; Jim Shaw; Rui Toscano; Lawrence Weiner; Erwim Wurm)


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