Art - it has been said many times - does not lie in objects, but in the way in which man (the artist) places them in space. This singular logic of creation can give insignificant elements at first sight the importance of the aesthetic act. One details the works of Tomás Núñez and discovers coins, buttons, old shoes, photographs, pieces of broken devices ... The things that we normally discard. But the artist articulates them in a decidedly poetic visual discourse, a kind of archeology of memory and his nostalgia that stylizes the whole beyond the "euphony" of the arrangement.
The viewer can invent many stories from these sets, from these conjugations of dissimilar and often contrasting elements. The "grammar" that organizes them is coherent, as coherent is the line of life despite the extraordinary multiplicity of their adventures. Tomás Núñez talks about life, in short. His work is chronically inspired: poetry surrounds us, you just have to learn to see it.