• José Guerrero

    Galeria Juana Mordó

    José Guerrero belongs to the same generation of artists as Robert Motherwell and Jackson Pollock. This fact may seem anecdotal in speaking about Guerrero now, but it helps us understand the orientation to which he has held for over 30 years, since settling in New York in 1950 while continuing to sojourn regularly in Spain.

    Guerrero’s abstraction, although related specifically to American Abstract Expressionism and Surrealism, is also rooted in a Spanish sensibility, an ambience manifested in the evocative and symbolic way in which he uses color. In his landscapes and figures of the ’40s forms

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