Chamo San


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A tribute to the greatest artist of the twentieth century. Within the group of artists who lives and creates in Barcelona, Chamo San makes an artwork where the author of Guernica is deformed, becoming a work of himself. "Displace. Lay eyes on the legs. Contradict. Paint an eye view frontally and an eye in profile. We always do two equal eyes. Have you noticed? Nature does many things like me, hide them!", said Picasso. And this is what Chamo San has seen: a dislocation of the artist.

Digital prints using pigmented inks on paper.

Size: 70 x 50 cm

Series of 10 units signed by the artist.

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