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One day you wake up and when you look out of the window you see how thousands of fractions of time, stained colours overlap. Then everything fits; emotions, feelings, thoughts, reds, fuchsias, greens, yellows, purples, all rigorously sorted, with the precision of an orbit, the tenacity of a frequency. Spaces that breathe in silence with precision, rhythm and courage. The tune catches us and takes us deep inside. Flashes of life laden with the past, because although art is new, it is always old.
 
 
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PATRICIA BONET
110*196. Acrílico sobre tela
IMAGINARIUM 2012

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This mobility is expressed in the lack of development of Debussy´s themes: the opera is constructed from a succession of instances where there is no real relationship between cause or time and, musically, they are not consequences of each other. Each scene is a self sufficient microcosm: the unity of the work comes from its constant lyrical breath and the persistence of internal tension.
 
 
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CLAUDE DEBUSSY 1862-1918
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Every work of art is the child of its time, and often the mother of our feelings.
Our soul, still in early awakening after a long materialistic period, contains seeds of despair, lack of faith, lack of goal and meaning. The nightmare of materialistic ideas still remains and the life of the universe becomes a painful game without sense.
Where is life leading to? Where does the artist's soul cry out to, if he participated in the creation? Proclaiming what?
 
 
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VASILY KANDINSKY 1866-1944
140*140. Óleo sobre tela
ALGUNOS CÍRCULOS 1928

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This "true vision" was of course the one which Mondrian had from the window of his studio and through which, since 1914, he wanted to show that abstract painting better captured the essence of the world than a naturalistic representation. In retrospect, he described his life as if he had lived in the studio since birth. A life never experienced by him, a longed for life that he styled into a work of art and the source of imagination for his art.
 
 
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PIET MONDRIAN 1872-1944
72,5*69.Oil on canvas
COMPOSITION WITH YELLOW, BLUE AND RED 1937-42

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Art is the image of creation. It is a symbol, just as the terrestrial world is a symbol of the cosmos...Art traverses things, takes you beyond reality as much as the imaginary. Art plays without suspecting ultimate realities and yet effectively reaches them. Just as a child imitates us with their play, we imitate art in the powergames that have created and create the world.
 
 
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PAUL KLEE 1879-1940
83*67. Oil on canvas
MAIN ROADS AND SIDE ROADS 1929
 
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Searching for colour organization , new colour design, we have reached the conclusion that the amount, intensity or weight, like the beginning of research can lead to illusions, new relationships, different measures, other systems, in the same way as transparency, space and intersection.
Besides the balance of colour harmony, which is comparable to symmetry, there is a balance between possible colour tension, which means a more dynamic symmetry.
 
 
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JOSEF ALBERS 1888-1976
120.6*120,6. Oil on Masonite
HOMENAGE TO THE SQUARE: APPARITION 1959

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The academic world was at the front line, taking up position against the enemy lines. Young artists had to take sides, and yet find their own artistic identity. War waged in the art world was a miniature copy of institutional decay and the struggle for a new order in the political balance of the world...
 
 
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JOAN MIRÓ 1893-1983
115,5*88,5. Mixed Media
DANCER 1925 

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