Fernando Martín Godoy

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SPAIN, 1975

The title of this new series of drawings (Indian ink on paper) is taken from the Smiths, from part of their song There Is a Light That Never Goes Out, a band the artist is a self-confessed fan of. It is a way of suggesting that there is hope in the artists’ studios, that they always work whatever the reality outside the studio, that it is still a space of construction and freedom. In short, that there is a light that will never go out.
In the pieces, the bright light of the blank canvas shines through the darkness of the surroundings.