Ballpoint Pen on Cardboard, 14,8 x 10,5 cm, 2018 October
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To the peoples that have always encouraged me.
In a little over a month will open my performance at the Coningsby Gallery in London. During the exhibition I will exhibit a total of 17 large format drawings, many of them unpublished and 12 biroscape. It is an event to which I have dedicated six months of work and which I particularly care about.
This is a message of thanks, from the bottom of my heart to all those who have wanted and want to penetrate this little world that my works generate.
The exhibition will be held as I wrote at the Coningsby Gallery from 15 to 21 July.
Below is an article that Ronald Bell, director of theballpointer.com, wanted to dedicate to me and which sums up a long and tiring journey in two pages.
I love you and every time I draw it is my care not to deceive you.
Ballpoint Pen of Cardboard, 40 x 32 cm, December 2017.
The reading of the progression of the drawing can be understood by looking at the work very closely. An experience that no scans or photographs can return. The documentation of the work, however, requires a catalog even if its partial interpenetration refers to a necessarily mediated reading, here on the web, always.