Galeria Cayón is pleased to present, coincident with the opening of a new exhibition
season, Pablo Palazuelo: without beginning or end, the fourth individual exhibit at the
gallery devoted to Pablo Palazuelo (Madrid, 1915 – Galapagar, Madrid, 2007).
This exceptional event, held in the two spaces of Blanca de Navarra ten years after the artist’s death, comprises seven sculptures and seven large-scale paintings produced by Palazuelo during the last 20 years of his life. These pieces convey the culmination of his creative thought after more than 60 years of productivity. Based on a detailed observation of the implicit order found in nature, the work of this extraordinary artist reveals a universe made up of organic forms brimming with life. It shows as well the personal and remarkable use he made of his imagination. Fascinated by the shapes in nature, which he considered limitless in number, Palazuelo aspired to represent them in their simplest forms. Through geometry—a fundamental tool in his understanding of matter—the artist portrayed the hidden reality of the world around us. Life creates itself and nature is the perpetual manifestation of that self-creation. What is real, whether veiled or unveiled, is the living movement of nature, with neither beginning nor end, and in that movement all its parts participate, none of which could create independently, by itself.1 The exhibit explores the mature years of Pablo Palazuelo´s career, featuring work born out of the knowledge he had acquired over a lifetime of scrutiny and artistic experimentation. Pablo Palazuelo: without beginning or end has been made possible through the collaboration of various private collectors and the Fundación Pablo Palazuelo, an institution with which Galería Cayón has worked in recent years.