Miguel Amando

  • Miguel Ângelo Rocha

    Portuguese artist Miguel Ângelo Rocha combines explorations of basic pictorial and sculptural properties—point, line, plane, volume, and color—with an analysis of the sign value of found objects, merging formal investigation with the legacy of the readymade. Triste (Sad), 2010, for example, consists of a wooden table, on one side of which is attached a marine plywood board, bent and painted yellow, with a plastic bucket on top of it, soiled with cement as if found on some construction site.

    Um exemplo daquilo” (An Example of That) brought together eighteen small-scale works to establish a dialogue