About the Work
Julio Anaya Cabanding works on discarded and deteriorated mediums, collected from abandoned places and rehabilitated in his studio in order to give them a new identity in a different context. Or he paints these iconic and famous paintings on walls in the city, hiding them in inhospitable places or exposing them in the most unexpected environments, resulting in impressive contrasts and the decontextualization of those rigid structures established within the art world.
In Vincent Van Gogh. "Wheat fields with cypresses" (Van Gogh’s classic work on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and in the collection of National Gallery, London—Van Gogh himself reproduced more than once!) the impasto has been twice reduced: first in Cabanding’s interpretation on corrugated cardboard, and flattened again through printing to create a brain-teasing and irreverent trompe l’oeil.
When “framed” the laser-cut edge of this hand-finished print casts a shadow and complicates the puzzle further. Please inquire for details about our recommended framing.
This edition is part of our inaugural Curator Series. Curated by Saša Bogojev and debuted at CAN Art Fair 2022.
Julio Anaya Cabanding (b. 1987; Málaga, Spain) lives and works in Málaga. He has held solo exhibitions at Nanzuka Underground (Tokyo) Think Space (Los Ángeles) Aisho Nanzuka (Hong Kong), Galeria Yusto Giner (Marbella), Galeria Plastic Murs (Valencia) The Garage Gallery (Amsterdam) and Tales of art gallery (Bolonia). Select group exhibitions include presentations at Volery Gallery (Dubai) Nanzuka Underground (Tokyo) Aisho Nanzuka (Hong Kong) Galeria Yusto Giner (Málaga) ATM Gallery (New York) C.O.A Gallery (Montreal) Rhodes Contemporary Gallery (London) and Galeria Mathgoth (Paris).
Authentication & Resale
Signed and numbered by the artist on front. This work is also accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed and numbered by Exhibition A.
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