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Francisco Gimon delves into the territory of phenomenology and reviews issues related to perception that have fascinated philosophers and art historians, and that have also captured the attention of artists. What interests him is the correlation between appearance and what appears, and the way in which this correlation enables us to understand the relationship between the self and the world.
Thus he examines the relationship between a thing and its essence, between what we see and what an image implies. The sense of precarious balance that can be found in his recent paintings reveals how utopia and dystopia can coexist in the same image.
|Participation Date:||Jul 08 2021|