The figurative is represented through the technique of charcoal
Drawings made with the charcoal technique with the cardboard as support are some of the most recent works of Jorge J. Gutiérrez Salomón (Salomón).
In them the artist takes the figurative through the human body as the center and leitmotiv of these compositions, with the purpose of “provoking the spectator and summoning him to think and analyze” each of the elements represented.
The presence of the line constitutes a determining and dominant factor in the proposed pieces, not only as a starting point but because of the symbolic load they present. Each of them is drawn firmly, energetically and somewhat aggressively; without losing for a moment the essence with which they were made.
A simultaneity of ideas, criteria, both artistic and psychological perspectives and his pictorial – religious cosmovision of Cuban and African culture and, in turn, the symbiosis between them; it is always present with greater in less force in pieces like: “Oiyaniiroso”, “Cimarrón” or “Hombre Pez”.
Undoubtedly, it is an invitation to appreciate works with a concept regarding content / form within the universe of contemporary plastic arts.
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