• Manolo Quejido

    Galeria Montenegro

    Manolo Quejido is among those Madrid painters who in the early ’70s began to paint figuratively, if in different styles of figuration. Quejido turned to painting from a conceptual viewpoint which continues to influence him; his work features diagrammatic drawings dealing with a series of predetermined pictorial problems. His approach to the avant-garde has led him to adopt art-historical models as axes or structures of reference. Using these milestones as points of departure, pictorially questioning the creative process through rigorously conceived series of works, he turns the European tradition

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