• Jose Maria Bermejo

    Galería Juana de Aizpuru

    Like other Spanish painters formed in the last decade, the young Sevillean artist Jose Maria Bermejo oriented himself early on toward certain strains of American art, from Willem de Kooning’s work to Jasper Johns; In his earlier canvases he showed a Fauve-like tendency toward pure, independent fields of color. though he reserved the right to mix palettes and to invade space with dynamic gestural marks. In this show Bermejo displayed a new maturity in his visual language, which goes back and forth between abstraction and a figurative illusion free of definite forms or themes.

    In the recent paintings

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