José Parlá, ‘Colours Translate Feelings Not Available in Syntax’, 2010, Hang-Up Gallery
José Parlá, ‘Colours Translate Feelings Not Available in Syntax’, 2010, Hang-Up Gallery
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José Parlá

Colours Translate Feelings Not Available in Syntax, 2010

Watercolour, acrylic, pencil and powdered pigment on printmaking paper
29 9/10 × 44 1/10 in
76 × 112 cm
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José Parlá
Cuban-American, b. 1973
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Primarily a painter of murals, paintings, and works on paper, José Parlá also produces …

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Primarily a painter of murals, paintings, and works on paper, José Parlá also produces installations, video, sculpture, and photographic works that explore or respond to urban landscapes. Parlá’s large-scale compositions resemble city walls that, like palimpsests or psychogeographic maps, have accrued years of …

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José Parlá, ‘Colours Translate Feelings Not Available in Syntax’, 2010, Hang-Up Gallery
José Parlá, ‘Colours Translate Feelings Not Available in Syntax’, 2010, Hang-Up Gallery
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About the work
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José Parlá
Cuban-American, b. 1973
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Primarily a painter of murals, paintings, and works on paper, José Parlá also produces …

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Primarily a painter of murals, paintings, and works on paper, José Parlá also produces installations, video, sculpture, and photographic works that explore or respond to urban landscapes. Parlá’s large-scale compositions resemble city walls that, like palimpsests or psychogeographic maps, have accrued years of …

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José Parlá

Colours Translate Feelings Not Available in Syntax, 2010

Watercolour, acrylic, pencil and powdered pigment on printmaking paper
29 9/10 × 44 1/10 in
76 × 112 cm
Sold
location
London