• Sigfredo Chacón

    Galeria Namia Mondolfi

    Sigfredo Chacón’s recent work makes use of two apparently different series of procedures that nevertheless correspond to an identical intention. Chacón uses wooden structures in the shape of a frame which he coats with a thick layer of acrylic. Some of the paintings frame the empty wall on which they are hung, while on others a bed of transparent plastic allows us to observe the traces of the process of construction.

    There is a clear contradiction between the forms used by Chacón as a support and the treatment of this support as object. In the history of modern painting, the frame is an iconic

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