Andrés de Rose

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ARGENTINA, 1986

De Rose embraces painting as a philosophical practice where he questions the nonsense of culture, the hopelessness of life in the city. The dispute between nature and civilization unfolds in his work. The mathematics of straight lines introduces that isolation effect, while full blacks increase the perception of loneliness. In the same way, Andrés approaches nature in its most minimal expressions like an insect, which is a small animal but at the same time a very complex technology. Therefore his manifest is: in the beauty of these imprecise beings resides a promise and the belief that in the smallest lies the most important.