The Jeroni de Moragas Private Foundation and the Lluís Coromina Foundation present Ripplings, by Santi Moix at Espai Isern Dalmau in Barcelona. The exhibition, which opens on March 16 at 8 p.m. and can be visited until April 29, aims to make visible an artistic project of social initiative, understanding art as a means of expression without barriers. "Ripplings reflects the motivation to continue fighting for the rights of people with diversity and to build a world that, like art, accepts that beauty can be found in differences."
The work, in a large format and created by the artist Santi Moix with the collaboration of people supervised by the Jeroni de Moragas Private Foundation, represents the understanding and conviction that it is possible to generate spaces and societies that are enriched by diversity; where we all learn from each other. Two medium-sized works created expressly to complete the mural are also on display.
Santi Moix, born in Barcelona, is a versatile artist who has worked in mural painting, sculpture or engraving, among others based in New York. His career has been marked by different stays in countries such as France, Italy or Japan, as well as by having established his residence in New York. Multifaceted creator, it is in painting that he finds his place of reflection. Despite the fact that his painting is, above all, abstract, Moix has demonstrated on numerous occasions his great capacity for drawing. He has held individual exhibitions in the United States, Spain, Sweden, Belgium, Japan and France, among others. His work is characterized by accumulation and fragmentation, sensuality and a poetic sense of form in a flat, dense and vital horizontal space. It breaks with the image of continuity, digressions that move forward and back to finally build schematic biomorphic structures.