Imanol Marrodán - Es ist nicht leicht zu verstehen - Radierung / Aquatinta - großformatig

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  • Description
  • Imanol Marrodán (1964)
TypePrints (signed)
SupportHandmade Paper
FramedNot framed
Dimensions88 x 123.5 cm (h x w)
SignedHand signed
EditionPA I/VIII
Artist: Imanol Marrodan (1964)Title: Es ist nicht leicht zu verstehen (Codified Paintings Series)Year: 2006Medium: Intaglio Etching and Aquatint on Hand made PaperSheet Size: 88 cm x 123,5 cm.Image Size: 61,5 cm x 100 cm.Edition: 75 numbered copies from 1/75 to 75/75 8 artist's proofs from I/VIII to VIII/VIII 1 H.C and 1 Bat This is the hand signed and pencil numbered copy E.A I/VIII In excellent condition Certificate of authenticity is included. Beautiful print in bright colours.

  • Pinturas Codificadas (Codified Paintings) Using as reference the analysis of deconstruction and the supposed unfeasibility of the communication codes for the representation, and more specifically of pictorial language, Imanol Imarrodan, under a “herístico” method and through his “Pinturas Codificadas” proposes to deny the own painting creating images which work as objects that hide their own meaning. The artist aims at denying the historical representational quality of the pictorial method, to make of his works independent “objects”, self-enclosed, and subdue to a codified system, which doesn’t allow the public to see the underlying meaning and purpose. It is the “Object Image” which reaffirms itself because of its simple material presence and prevent us from opting to know its own meaning; at the end it becomes an autonomous body which claims for a new way to be watched. The ontological reason of these paintings, called “Núcleos de Emoción” or “Pinturas Codificadas”, is determined by the colour and light, which are the essence of the sensorial communication and the emotional transmission. These objects are inside the Zen aesthetics, and are a reference of the Taoist universe and Oriental thought and culture.

  •  About Imanol Marrodán (1964) An interdisciplinary creator and researcher, his work, among other activities, carries out critical work through different events related to art and contemporary thought as part of his personal creative project.The concept of the limit, inspired by the idea of the ancient Roman "limes" cited by Eugenio Trias as a metaphor for a civilised, rationally controlled knowledge, is the starting point for a concept of limit understood not as the end of something but as a device for the "beginning" of growth and evolution. This idea of the search and exploration of the unknown and of personal identity related to natural processes and rhythms is the central theme of Imanol Marrodán's work. The aim is to create an ever wider Atlas of meanings with different meanings. We propose the construction of a metalanguage that encompasses the different stages and experiences lived as mental structures formed metaphorically by Euclidean geometries and at the same time also by structures of fractal and intuitive organic thought. It is the very shaping process of an experience that shares a socio-political habitat in an industrial, materialistic, technological and artificial world, as opposed to a natural environment intimately linked to the laws of the universe, which we hardly know but which we still feel and intuit. He has exhibited in countries such as the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Portugal, Belgium, Korea, Argentina, Chile, Switzerland and the United States. His work has been shown at international contemporary art fairs such as ARCO, VALENCIA ART, ARTE SANTANDER and DFOTO (Spain), ART COLOGNE and KUNST KÖLN (Germany), KIAF (Seoul, Korea), ArteBA (Buenos Aires, Argentina), BALELATINA (Basel, Switzerland)... etc...
ConditionMint condition
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Starting bid €425
Buyer's premium: 15%
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LocationVitoria,  Spain
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Start time29-2-2024 at 9:54
End time10-3-2024 at 20:30
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