Adrián Pellegrini

Adrián Pellegrini del Riego in his works gives us back that fragmented memory making pictorial archaeology, mental, historical, in a near civilization and rich in images, to be reborn in his painting. The fantastic codices, described as wise pythonisas "draw" everything that is happening in the world today: storms, floods by torrential rains, earthquakes (climate change, in short). And although there is talk of a catastrophic end, the creator is optimistic, because if his paintings are interpreted correctly, what they announce is a rebirth of life.
 
With originality, he regresses the theme under the prism of his creative angle, which focuses on abstract expressionism with tints of magical realism, and those elements of incessant musical counterpoint that always permeate his creations in time. He plays in his paintings with new techniques to approach those cultures. To make them more tactile, volumetric - with more life - he mixes beeswax and gold leaf, in the wood of the surface, giving as a result sculptures-paintings, with many textures, that constitute reflections of those cultures, and returns to our roots, as Latin Americans in plural.
 
 

 

Adrián Pellegrini del Riego in his works gives us back that fragmented memory making pictorial archaeology, mental, historical, in a near civilization and rich in images, to be reborn in his painting. The fantastic codices, described as wise pythonisas "draw" everything that is happening in the world today: storms, floods by torrential rains, earthquakes (climate change, in short). And although there is talk of a catastrophic end, the creator is optimistic, because if his paintings are interpreted correctly, what they announce is a rebirth of life.
 
With originality, he regresses the theme under the prism of his creative angle, which focuses on abstract expressionism with tints of magical realism, and those elements of incessant musical counterpoint that always permeate his creations in time. He plays in his paintings with new techniques to approach those cultures. To make them more tactile, volumetric - with more life - he mixes beeswax and gold leaf, in the wood of the surface, giving as a result sculptures-paintings, with many textures, that constitute reflections of those cultures, and returns to our roots, as Latin Americans in plural.