Describing a photography exhibition saying that it gathers 366 images, 8 years of work, 120 models, a team of 300 people and the vision of an artist, is to speak almost of a facility where even architecture had a “hand” in the final product. Eugenio Recuenco‘s most recent art exhibition is displayed at the Tomás y Valiente Art Center of Fuenlabrada, in Madrid, until January 20.
Eugenio Recuenco‘s latest art photography exhibition shows to the public important events of the last 50 years of our time, that really stayed in our minds. All the images are in the same space, with the same artistic style and a carefully crafted scenography, which portray fashion, art, and cinema.
His contemporary artwork tells events from technology, ecology, science or religion. Controversial or viral topics like Trump, Facebook, the Mechanical Orange or the Mona Lisa. From the art of Hooper, from 9/11, the death of Lady Di, the arrival to the Moon, World War II and even the shadow of Lucky Luke.
Eugenio Recuenco‘s 366 1 meter long images, cover the walls of the entire gallery. This modern photography exposition of the Spanish artist represents a very ambitious and creative project that takes us back to many iconic memories of our life in this world that we will certainly remember until the end of our days.
I Lobo You loves to introduce to its beloved readers, contemporary artists that truly evoke feelings in us that we probably would never have thought of by ourselves, and that’s exactly what Recuenco’s work does. His work is mad and genius and resulting in a very outstanding art exhibition.
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