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Pandora Print

Carlos Ferg


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Pandora was the first woman in classical mythology and, like Eve in Christianity, she was blamed for spreading evil and misery over humanity. Another clear example of the misogyny of patriarchal societies that, since ancient times, have been in charge of creating and rooting throughout history a feeling of guilt about women based on a common mistake for both: curiosity as an object to carry the misfortune to the rest of humanity. Based on Engin Akyurt work. I'm normally working with acrylics as I feel so comfortable with them.

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:14 W x 21 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:15.75 W x 22.75 H x 1.25 D in

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Carlos Ferg (1977) is a Spanish artist who has lived for ten years in Manchester (United Kingdom), where he established his studio and from where he began his artistic career. Currently he has moved his studio to Valencia, Spain. After residing in various cities in Spain for part of his childhood and adolescence, he graduated in Art History (Spain, 2001). Later, he moved to Madrid, without pursuing an artistic career, and although he always liked drawing, he wanted to take painting classes, a step beyond the simple application of drawing on paper. While working in different fields away from the creative environment, he maintained the habit of visiting museums, something that maintained his connection with the artistic environment. After ten years living in Madrid, and due to personal circumstances, he began a process of learning pictorial techniques on his own, researching and developing his own style, first through the medium considered essential throughout history, the oil technique. During this stage he became very interested in the work of Velázquez and, fundamentally, in Sorolla's study of volume and light. At that time, he had the opportunity to move to the United Kingdom and the opportunity to explore and learn new mixed media such as pastel, acrylic, watercolor, etc., in addition to receiving new artistic and pictorial influences especially from British artists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. It is in 2015, when he decides to develop a more solid project that will lead him to configure his own work, promoting his personal style in terms of technique and content. He is currently developing a figurative project, based on an update of the works of Symbolism, a movement that had its greatest impact at the end of the 19th century and that was intrinsically linked to the literary movement developed in Paris, as its epicenter and that was spreading. to the rest of Europe and influencing the other arts in a notorious way. Hence, writers such as Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Mallarmé, Verlaine, Poe, etc. stand out, who formed the nucleus of the group that would become known as The Damned poets.

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