"I try to draw sculptures," explains David Moreno. The Spanish artist works with steel, plastic, or wood to design structures that are reminiscent of three-dimensional architectural sketches.
David Moreno's sculptures indeed look like doodles. They portray a dreamy, fantasized
This exhibition at Danysz Gallery is unprecedented: it is the first time that the work of David Moreno is presented in China. The Shanghai public is invited to come and discover an array of new installations as well as recent sculptures that bring to light, as always with David Moreno, a world permeated with idealism.
The imaginary buildings of the Catalan artist continue to be mirages that vibrate and sparkle as one circles around them. The eyes are mystified by these hatched patterns and multiple interstices that let the sunshine flow through them. In this, David Moreno seems to agree on all counts with Le Corbusier's famous phrase: "Architecture is the learned game, correct and magnificent, of forms assembled in the light."