Chilean artist born in Santiago in 1953, Eduardog is a graduate painter from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. Nomadic, he made several trips before finally settling in Paris where he fully devotes himself to his passion. Master of liquid abstraction, Eduardog plays with colour and matter.
Relief and texture are both essential in shaping patterns with fluid lines. Expression of the swirling South American energy, Eduardog’s pictorial touch is characterized by its dynamism and intensity.
Expressive and colourful, the material presents itself to us with feverish and vigorous tones.
Impetuous, the colour supports the form. Spared by the traditional line, the figuration is more allusive than representative. The contrast established between them thus generates infinite motifs and forms, resembling for the painter to a cosmic creation.
His gestures are defined by their aesthetic and almost classical character, which the artists of the 1950s fought against. The creative act thus claims the right to pleasure and enjoyment of the work.
Invited to travel through this creative force, the spectator’s imagination is enchanted by Eduardog’s “Colors of the soul”.
These works can be found in the selection of the Mickaël Marciano Galleries.