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David Rico

[...] He leaves anything that is superfluous aside so as to concentrate on the figures that contain the message, the communicative force, that transmit pain and desperation, rejection and sadness, the decadence tolerated in a part of present world societies. He accomplishes this through the specific placing of figures, through the strength of a look, the intentional use of detail or of certain colours that impregnate the image that is represented with life and charm. [...]
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DONES A KOSOVO, 2004/ Pristina (Acrílic i metall s/ llenç, 116x116) Antoni Miró

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