Guillermo Mora

Guillermo Mora

Atrapacielos, 2007/08, attached stretchers filled with oil painting, 20 x 16 x 12 cm

Guillermo Mora, Spanish artist defines his work as “Add, subtract, multiply and divide”. He doesn’t regard the language of painting as a pure system. He sees painting as a multiple tool that lead him to move between the ideal of constructing an image and a constant metamorphosis based on different fragments. His work produces pieces made out of traditional painting materials that rethink and question the process of painting in constant formation, reconstruction and recycling.

Mensaje III, 2008, oil, acrylic, vynil, resin, polyester, canvas and stretchers, 24 x 64 x 5 cm.

Penta Pack, 2012, 250 kilos of acrylic painting tyed with rubber bands, 102 x 53 x 65 cm

Buh!, 2013, rubber, acrylic, indian ink and plasticine, 82 x 51 x 19 cm.

Señal II, 2010, trials and leftovers of several painting attached with canvas, 59 x 27 x 18 cm

De puntillas, 2011, pieces of used stretchers assembled with metal hinges, variable dimensions / mobile piece

Una, otra y otra vez a la vez, 2014, site-specific for “Tabacalera. Espacio para el Arte” Pieces of wood hold in between two pillars and covered with florescent pigments, variable dimensions

Una, otra y otra vez a la vez, 2014, site-specific for “Tabacalera. Espacio para el Arte” Pieces of wood hold in between two pillars and covered with florescent pigments, variable dimensions

Dan_Dan_Dan_Dan, 2009, paintings rolled on themselves, 4 pieces, 170 x 30 x 65 cm.

Montaña doble, 2009, oil painting, acrylic painting, canvas and stretchers, 120 x 42 x 25 cm

Oo, 2011, gouache on acrylic painting, and steel, 60 x 62 x 14 cm

P=A=R=T=I=D=A, 2011, acrylic, gesso acrylic and gouache on paper/steel, 16 x 68,5 x 14 cm

Suspenso, 2011, mixed media, 158 x 12 x 17 cm

Garfio, 2009, stretcher, canvas, acrylic and oil painting, 38 x 35 x 37 cm

LOT (Nº9), 2010, trials and leftovers of several painting attached with canvas, 59 x 27 x 18 cm

Mis pies, tu cabeza, 2014, layers of acrylic painting folded, indian ink, gouache, wood, 51 x 47 x 50 cm

 

 

 

 


Courtesy of the Artist
Guillermo Mora
www.guillermomora.com

 

 

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