García de Marina (Gijón, Spain 1975). Object has been his main mean of expression since 2011. He had several solo exhibitions and took part in numerous art events, both national and international. This Poet of the Prosaic is attracted by the symbolism of objects, making random connections between objects that by default don’t have anything in common, by the condensation and the essence. His works derive from intuition, ideas, the surrealism and from the world of dreams and the subconscious. The Cervantes Institute of Belgrade and the Belgrade Photo Month present a new exhibition by the visual poet García de Marina, «The Unfinished Word», an exhibition organized by the aforementioned institutions, with the collaboration of “Acción Cultural Española” and the Government of the Principality of Asturias (Spain). The unfinished Word explores the relationship between visual and written language. Through 32 photographs, it highlights the power of imagination, where each idea, formulated from conceptualization and minimalism, is presented as a dialogue between work and spectator, as an act through which the idea, expressed through symbolism, it is finalized in the observers´mind. The new works […]
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