Paul McCarthy, “Painter”, 1995. (screenshot)
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Philip Guston, “Painting, Smoking, Eating”, 1973. Oil on canvas, 77 1/2 x 103 1/2 in.
Andres Pascual, taller mecánico, hermanos Pascual. 2004(?), acrylic on canvas, 55 x 38 cm
Dog Heaven, 2008. Egg tempera on linen, 36 x 48”.
Ten Years, 2008. Egg tempera on linen, 48 x 48”.
M.K. Lady with a Hole, 2009. water-based pen on cardboard, collection of the artist
Nobuji Higa, Naked woman 10, 2011. pencil, coloured pencil, watercolour paper; collection of the artist
“Opening on the 4th of April 2013, the show focuses on the paintings by self-taught, Catalan artist, Joaquín de Llobet Llavari, who takes up painting at 78 – seven years before his death. A period of extraordinary productivity during which “Pastinsky” is born, Llobet Llavari’s alter ego and the author of a body of work that stems from the urge to express himself, without any pretence of public recognition. Produced in the privacy of his home and at the periphery of institutionalized art, his work introduces us into a highly personal universe, filled with motifs and references to his multiple obsessions and interests, such as politics, religion and art. His impetuous stroke, the appropriation of industrial material, and his impatient spontaneity gave way to a pictorial language that ranges between the confines of naïve figuration and abstraction; between literality and secret codes. Thereby, building a body of work that is both aesthetically diverse and experimental.”…