quarta-feira, novembro 30, 2016

The paintings of  Gustavo Díaz Sosa (b. Cuba, 1983) Convey his... crss


The paintings of  Gustavo Díaz Sosa (b. Cuba, 1983)

Convey his perception of The State, The Power, and anything that involves human submission. More than serve as a social or explicit protest manifesto, Díaz Sosa’s paintings are an existential projection of our looming future, in light of modern history.

In his pieces, Díaz Sosa articulates a lost, anonymous, global, surrendered, and desperate society amid a system which presumes to exist as a Democracy. His characters run aimlessly, looking only for doors or ways past the monumental walls that keep them trapped in their worlds of bureaucratic and established rules. Like sheep they walk in flocks trying to save themselves from the others. This is why Díaz Sosa creates these compositions where the man is miniaturized in front of the laws and the legends implanted in the roots of the human nature. Religion, myths, politics: these are all tools to remember how fragile the human is in the face of Power.

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