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El Pajonar by Josechu Tercero

March 11, 2021 - March 19, 2021

El Pajonar

Josechu Tercero presents under the title El Pajonar, an approach in the form of homage to the world of dry stone constructions in rural areas, from different spaces of plastic and visual creation. His natural restlessness and curiosity lead him to investigate the half-abandoned rural environments of the land of his ancestors, La Mancha, to find symbols, icons, traces of a not too distant past with respect to the uses that, of the stones and the land, made its ancient inhabitants. Also, to discover other expressive possibilities that until now were kept in the background within his artistic production. And it is at this moment that the artist feels the need to expand creative horizons and show them without complexes.

Oil paintings on large format black and white canvas, graphite drawings of different hardnesses, 6 analog photographs in B / W, a large format digital photograph, a video installation in relation to some of the paintings with 4 small projected videos on the back of the walls literally turned into wall sculptures.

The Pajonar is a multidisciplinary exhibition that can be seen at Espronceda Institute of Art & Culture in Barcelona from March 11 to 18, 2021. A sample as varied, clear and direct in form, as full of subtleties and hidden messages…

The poetics of the humble and abandoned. The poetics of resistance.

“I couldn’t help but think that, in those little walls, my father, when he was a child, could play hide and seek or even dream of a better life. Rather, he was looking for food … And he did not die of hunger or cold then, because miracles exist and because his desire for life was stronger. Thank you, Dad. ”

José Luis García Tercero

 

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Start:
March 11, 2021
End:
March 19, 2021
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Espronceda
Carrer d'Espronceda, 326
Barcelona, 08027 Spain
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