Available the catalogue of #IRREGULAR, the solo show of Rosalía Banet
If you have not yet had the opportunity to visit the exhibition, you also have at your disposal the Viewing Room 3D, where you can enjoy the exhibition virtually.
In the exhibition, the very selection of the works comprises a portrait that is irregular. They are works from different periods that assert the need to not forget what preceded us; the absurdity of always looking to the latest, relegating what came before to memory, constantly expiring. As if once built and displayed, it would automatically lose its meaning and value. They are very different pieces, located in different disciplines: painting, drawing, sculpture and installation.
With a range of sizes, from small drawings measuring just a few centimetres, to large-format paintings or installations that take over the entire space. In addition, there are differences in the making: at times, a meticulous and contained work, at others a loose line, more gestural and intense. Even the colour goes through great variations, from a rigorous black and white, to images with reds, yellows, greens, pinks, plain and striking colours similar to those of advertising.
Despite all these differences, the exhibition reveals an inner core that flows through the veins of each work. Perhaps, this exhibition seeks, precisely from these differences, to find that common thread present in each stroke, in each piece, in each period, which may just be what truly defines the work of Rosalía Banet.
Image: Rosalía Banet. Hara Guroi I, 2016. Acrylic and pencil on paper. 200 x 145 cm