Angela de la Cruz, ‘Bare (Off-White)’, 2018, Painting, Oil and acrylic on canvas, Galerie Thomas Schulte
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Angela de la Cruz

Bare (Off-White), 2018

Oil and acrylic on canvas
60 1/5 × 60 1/5 × 3 9/10 in
153 × 153 × 10 cm
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Galerie Thomas Schulte
Berlin

Within Angela de la Cruz's work there is a clear notion of tension and violence, contrasting …

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© Angela de la Cruz; Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Photography by Jack Hems.
Angela de la Cruz
Spanish, b. 1965
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Angela de la Cruz confronts the traditional boundaries of sculpture and painting, subjecting her works to violent interventions before they arrive at their finished state. In 1996, she first cut a painting from its stretcher and hung it in a corner (titled Ashamed) , where it assumed the qualities of an object while retaining the characteristics of a painting. Her works on canvas and aluminum appear fallen, gutted, crumpled, or collapsed, removed from what she terms painting's "grandiosity."

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Galerie Thomas Schulte
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Within Angela de la Cruz's work there is a clear notion of tension and violence, contrasting the artist’s contemplative and meditative painting process. The piece thus become a representation of materiality and body, in motion between strength and fragility; between the beautiful and the broken, tension and …

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© Angela de la Cruz; Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Photography by Jack Hems.
Angela de la Cruz
Spanish, b. 1965
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Angela de la Cruz confronts the traditional boundaries of sculpture and painting, subjecting her works to violent interventions before they arrive at their finished state. In 1996, she first cut a painting from its stretcher and hung it in a corner (titled Ashamed) , where it assumed the qualities of an object while retaining the characteristics of a painting. Her works on canvas and aluminum appear fallen, gutted, crumpled, or collapsed, removed from what she terms painting's "grandiosity."

Angela de la Cruz

Bare (Off-White), 2018

Oil and acrylic on canvas
60 1/5 × 60 1/5 × 3 9/10 in
153 × 153 × 10 cm
.
Contact For Price
Certificate
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This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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