Alfonso Albacete

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SPAIN, 1950

Alfonso Albacete belongs to the generation of the late 1970s (Campano, Pérez Villalta, Gordillo, etc.), a generation that gradually abandoned previous conceptual experiences to return to painting from the perspective provided by the historical avant-garde and recent abstractions. Albacete, who would move from then on between figuration and abstraction, was particularly influenced by the American abstract expressionism of artists such as Jasper Johns, Richard Diebenkorn and Helen Frankenthaler. The rich chromatism and the firm structuring of his compositions, with figures and very luminous spaces, give his compositions a characteristic stamp.