Albano Hernández, joins the pictorial language with the linguistic expression. The artworks delve deeper into the limits of writing as a pictorial expression. The purpose of this creation is to fly between the rigor of the word and the richness of plastic creativity, where images build verses and verses build images.
Albano Hernández (b. Ávila. Spain 1988) is a contemporary Spanish artist based in Cambridge. Bachelor of Fine Arts by the Universidad Complutense of Madrid, UCM. This year he has attended the Course “What is an image?” at the Royal College of Art, and he will have his twelfth solo exhibition next October at the Fundación Iturria, Montevideo. José María Muñoz Quirós (b. 1957) is a member of the Academy of Poetry of Castilla y León, professor of Language and Literature of Secondary Education, and tutor of Literature and Literary Criticism of the UNED. He also coordinates the Institute of Music and Culture of Ávila.
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Image: Albano Hernández SANTORINI. PANTONE 1919. Oil, acrylic, enamel, and graphite on canvas. 47 1⁄4in x 39 3/8 in. (120 x 100 cm)