Albert Pinya

SPAIN, 1985

Pinya is a continuation of the rich tradition of pop art, begun in the second half of the 1950s by artists such as Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg and Richard Hamilton.

Pinya’s work, although no stranger to socio-political and ecological reflections, seems to laugh, in effect, at the dogmatic gravity that for some is the paradigm of our time […] The works in this series show lubricious linear forms, entering and exiting from different orifices, forming complex circuits and deep, pulsating spaces.