Carmen Anzano

Barcelona, 1960.

Period of residence in Piramidón:

February 1997 - December 2000. 

Work: Painting, sculpture and installations are the disciplines that the author uses to create her argument with a common denominator: the concern for form. With the willingness to make stout forms, enhanced with an evocative flair, Anzano constructs bodies and presences that are conceived, at times as solitary islands and on other occasions forming archipelagos.
With a refined taste for vibrant pigments, the light gives continuous tonal variations while sliding across the undulating forms, denying the aparent stability of color. Although working with abstraction, her forms do not prevent the possibility of an immediate and decipherable blossom of the print of that which is rather human.

Latest exhibitions:
- Parallel visions II, Canals Gallery, Sant Cugat del Vallès, Barcelona, 2008.
- Weaving the landscape, the Art Observatory, Arnuero, Cantabria, 2007.
- Parallel Visions, Palace of Santillana del Mar, Obra Social Caja Cantabria, 2007.


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