Dear Iloboyou readers, I will bring you something from Portugal, the “A Fuga” Sculptures By Miguel Rodrigues Exposed In Lisbon. In the beautiful city of Lisbon the Sculptures by Miguel Rodrigues in the middle of a palace house, makes everything more pretty and luxurious.
The original art, explosive and luminous, was once again on display in Lisbon with a new series of works that the artist called “LA FUITE // A Fuga”, in an allegory to an escape route to the illusion.
Inspired by the equally explosive time when Baroque aesthetics prevailed, framed in the Galveias Palace, a magnificent 17th century Portuguese noble family home. Miguel Rodrigues once again amazes by the uniqueness of his work.
“The Baroque arches that used to celebrate the dreams and hopes of a community. Now golden celebrate the desire to play, to celebrate the moment and the freedom of the obvious. The Arches that create a way of escape to this party, to the references that comfort us, instantly recognized. An escape into a hyperbaroque reality.”
“I see our days as a hyperbole phenomenon. An exaggeration of the baroque culture, of the staging, of a search for the perfect image. These sculptures that I make reflect this, a search for the party, for the appearance, for the gold, trying to take them to the obvious exaggeration.” says the artist.
And now the artist is finishing a project of a set of sculpture pieces that he is preparing around the reign of D. João V and look for new ways to explore the ideas that he has been working on.
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