Railowsky

Room 202

Railowsky

Valencia, España

Artists

Miguel David

Exhibition

CHIAROSCURO WITH EXPRESSIONIST PRETENSIONS 

Miguel David is a native of Manises (Valencia, Spain). 

In his work one can make out all the socio-cultural load acquired over the years. 

If we go back in time, after reading a study of 'Plato's Cave', the work that he continues to develop to this day begins to take shape. 

A project about the debate between shadows and lights. Shadows that are a representation of the unconscious, of the unknown of oneself; shadows that become lights, lights that harmonise in shadows.

His subjective gaze makes his work move away from the purely figurative to submerge itself in a world of abstraction reigned by indecipherable figures that give way to the free interpretation of the spectator.

About the exhibitor

RAILOWSKY. LEARNING TO LOOK
At the end of 1985, a trio of young idealists (Ignacio Paes, Pepe and Juan Pedro Font de Mora) opened in Valencia a small bookshop and exhibition space specialising exclusively in photography.
A few years earlier, Visor had opened in Valencia, Spectrum in Zaragoza and Forum in Tarragona.

Director
Juan Pedro Font de Mora