El País discusses Jorge Galindo's "Money Paintings"

Money as the support for power?

Madrid, October 21, 2014

 

Spanish newspaper El País reviews Jorge Galindo's "Money Paintings" and finds:

 

"To a certain extent his current paintings are also collages, but the cuttings he uses are not images of provocative women, but shavings of paper money, the residue of the destruction of euro banknotes, which resemble the straw that appears in some of Tàpies' paintings, on which he has dripped paint, in a broad gesture that has its origin in Miró's surrealism and its peak in Pollock's painting."


 

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October 21, 2014