Caprices (paintings)

Strange figures exert their influence in almost anonymous areas, driven by an irremediable movement that determines the order of the world. Their strongly sexed and codified identities are as much predator and prey playing the game of life and death.
Influenced by the XVIII century painting ‘The Parlor of the Nuns at San Zaccaria’ by F. Guardi, the paintings show the unstable barriers between the intimate and its preservation by society.


CA-h018 / 2015 / oil on paper / 25x17 cm


CA-h017 / 2016 / oil on paper / 29,8x21,8 cm


CA-h016 / 2015 / oil on paper / 25x17 cm


CA-h015 / 2015 / oil on paper / 25,2x17 cm


CA-h014 / 2015 / oil on paper / 25,2x17 cm


CA-h013 / 2015 / oil on paper / 30,7x22,8 cm


CA-h012 / 2015 / oil on paper / 30,7x22,8 cm


CA-h011 / 2014 / oil on paper / 29,3x21 cm


CA-h010 / 2014 / oil on paper / 29,3x21 cm


CA-h009 / 2014 / oil on paper / 29,3x21 cm


CA-h008 / 2014 / oil on paper / 19,2x14,5 cm


CA-h007 / 2014 / oil on paper / 20,2x14,4 cm


CA-h006 / 2014 / oil on paper / 20,1x14,4 cm


CA-h005 / 2011 / oil on paper / 19,3x14,2 cm


CA-h004 / 2011 / oil on paper / 19,3x14,4 cm


CA-h003 / 2011 / oil on paper / 24,8x16,8 cm


CA-h002 / 2011 / oil on paper / 19,3x14,4 cm


CA-h001 / 2011 / oil on paper / 19,3x14,3 cm