Posts tagged with "artista uruguayo contemporaneo"



Paz Viola's work concerned itself with dreams, the universe and the void.
15. April 2024
"All works are born from the pulsation of inspiration: all images are born from a point and a line." It's like another layer of human thinking, another territory that will suddenly give me a sense of timelessness.
Communicating Spirituality Through Art
01. April 2024
Art is of utmost importance for the world: it is an instrument and an important form of human dialogue. Art is the cornerstone upon which culture is built, and throughout the history of art we see the most significant manifestations of being. Art has transformed, from political and social critique and voice of advocacy to a more universal, spiritual and cosmic expression.

11. December 2023
When I paint, I let emotions and intuition lead the way. My works do not make statements, which I believe come from the fictitious, intellectualizing self, against which I jealously guard. Nor is my art a transmutation of symbols and ideas into their equivalents in images or forms. When I create, I do not begin with the end or even a plan in mind. Instead, I leave empty space to allow my subconscious self to take over.
Matta was my first teacher of abstractionism.
20. November 2023
I vividly remember the moment when an abstract painting by Matta captured my imagination as a seven-year-old. I was flipping through an old textbook, and an image sucked me in like a whirlpool or wormhole of sorts, into the inner world of the artist.

(Paz Viola) When I create my images, I rely on the surrealist technique.
05. November 2023
To me, these images are the poetics of light channeled by the artist as a conduit. The light is transmitted from elsewhere—perhaps from an alternate universe
Light Art is but light embodied. – Paz Viola
01. September 2023
Light is the other face of darkness. Light and darkness symbolize complementary or alternating values of the evolutionary processes.