• Sigfrido Martín Begué

    Galeria Rayuela

    Like several other interesting young Spanish artists, Sigfrido Martín Begué studied both architecture and painting. Even without biographical data one might deduce this by looking at his work, not only because his figurative syntax is articulated within perspectives modulated by buildings, plazas, and interiors harking back to Le Corbusier (with a passing nod to certain post-Modernist mannerisms), but also because his compositions generally follow precise parameters. It is almost impossible for any impulsive painting gesture or accidental touch to break the set order on the canvas. Thus, Begué

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