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"Magmatic Chromatisms" by Narcis Bosch at the Can Gruart Centre

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"Magmatic Chromatisms" by Narcis Bosch at the Can Gruart Centre

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From November 3 to 29 you can visit the new temporary exhibition entitled Magmatic Chromatisms by the painter, plastic artist and designer of Villamalla Narcis Bosch at the Can Gruart Center in Vilablareix.

Bosch's work focuses on exploring nature and the living beings that live in it, such as butterflies, cats, seahorses, jellyfish, etc... According to the artist "nature hides the truth from us and it shows the mystery... what is invisible to our eyes but not to our soul" and adds that "through my perception of the effervescence of life, and in contrast to what is solemn, the silence and the murmur, what is organic and inorganic, the calm, the storm, etc... I follow my intuition and probe this great whole that is the universe”.

In this exhibition, the artist presents his latest work that he has been producing during this 2022, in which he incorporates new colors such as greens and lilacs, experiments with new techniques and uses resins, acrylic paint, mineral pigments, latex, varnishes , vegetable fibers, etc... to produce his paintings.

It should be remembered that Narcis Bosch has carried out collective exhibitions all over Catalonia such as Ca La Pruna in Pals, the Can Marc gallery in Begur, in the Sant Domènech Cultural Center in Peralada, in the Torre Mossèn Tor space in Campdevànol, as he has also participated in different editions of the Ruta de l'Art de Castelló d'Empúries and the Emergent Contemporary Art Capsule of Bescanó 2022.

Bosch has informed that it will also participate in the new collective exhibition of artists from Cadaqués, which will be inaugurated next December 2 at 7:00 pm at the Can Gruart Center in Vilablareix.

Visiting hours for this exhibition are from Monday to Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at night

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