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Tatjana Milosavljevic

[...] Someone once said that “the cornerstone of art, and the real beginning of all kinds of work, is based on drawing and colour.” Therefore, Miró’s synthetic totalities speak through the drama of lines and colours, creating visually convincing images, no matter what he is describing. On the one hand, firm, strong, uncompromising drawing, discrete geometry, and graphic construction; on the other, colour researching, even the treatment of colour as living organism, along with informal composite solutions, a pars pro toto method, and complex structures. [...]
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BICI DE PLUJA, 1995 (Acrílic s/ taula, 98x68) Antoni Miró