Carlos QuintanaUntitled, 2008
Oil on canvas, 200 x 200 cm.
[…] If you unfold his perfume, hold it in the air to read. Dab your face with the fragrance of the clear watercolour, the graceful chalk stroke with a rise hand, its dizzying acrylic and languid oil that make one lose reason or drive one to despair. If you disrobe his work, if you manage to undress his interior with your gaze, you progress forward through a game of languages until reaching and academic rigor that projects the character of a genius reproducing it in the physical act […]. 1
1. Wendy Guerra, “Living Literature,” Obsessions (Catalogue, Berlin: Bötzow Edition, 2012), 48.