• Leandre Cristòfol

    Fundació Joan Miró

    The work of Leandre Cristòfol is intentionally poetic. It is the product of the ontological and formal concerns that run through it. Cristòfol’s expression is one of a silence dressed in many guises. The materials he uses are for the most part common: iron, wood, clay, machinery parts, metallic tape, cork, wire, and glass. Cristòfol comes from a rural environment, and his gaze on the world retains the sense of distance particular to one who has lived in voluntary seclusion, as if bent on protecting his singularity at all costs, even to the extent of costing him the recognition he deserves. His

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