Marked by a technique of frottage, Tintoré works with the dynamic tension between the smooth surface of the paper and the deliberately eroded areas that host the pigment, offering large and small format paintings that suggest paths, cities, fields and mountains isolated in a world without human presence. In his sculptural work, he demonstrates the same attention to detail, and his “heads in the landscape” are an accretion of polychrome osier willow reeds that evokes shamanic art of the tropics or a fusion of iron elements that recall the forces of unbridled industrialisation.
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Earlier Event: October 30Vernissage Bleu at Hélène SION Gallery - Bruxelles
Later Event: September 22"Territories of oblivion" - painting and sculpture