Exhibitions 2017-06-28T13:40:20+00:00

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

DeLand Museum of Art

Julio Larraz: Painting and Sculpture
January 20 – April 2, 2017
600 N. Woodland Blvd

UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

Art of the World Gallery

Julio Larraz
23 February – April 15 2017
2201 Westheimer Rd
Houston, Texas 77098

PAST EXHIBITIONS

Ascaso Gallery

Julio Larraz: Made in USA
13 October – 30 November 2016
Miami, FL

Contini Galleria d’Arte

Omaggio A Julio Larraz
18 June – 23 October 2016
Venice, Italy

AMERINGER | McENERY | YOHE

JULIO LARRAZ
15 October–14 November 2015
525 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011

Art | Basel | Miami Beach

Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe exhibits Julio Larraz
Booth # H-03
3 – 7 December 2014

Contini Art UK

Julio Larraz: Rules of Engagement
2 October – 24 November 2014
105 New Bond Street
London W1S 1DN

Ascaso Gallery

Julio Larraz: Coming Home
November 2013 – February 2014
Wynwood Arts District
2441 NW 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33217

Julio Larraz’s painting is a monologue. Somebody, or something, quietly converses with itself while retiring to the dwellings of mystery and enigma. Pictorial enigmas are solved in images withheld in memory, in communion with life and nature. In turn, adoration of life and nature starts from the passion to investigate in poetic-visual metaphors. When the artist tells us that there is something of narrative in his painting, he certainly reaches high literary decibels. Each painting is a dazzling vision, not quite for its realism, but for being so close to the everyday-life of being, of a man or woman progressing through several existential stages where power, love, money, nature, natural or urban settings, have gnomic accents. Similar to the poets who, in a few words, can either state, offer or compose utterances of moral content, Larraz, walling up the visible realm, with a few images, often truncated or clipped, offers a full vision of subjects that deeply move the spectator. In Ascaso Gallery “Coming Home”, a yacht appears in front of the spectator, entering a tunnel located in the center of a huge solid mountain, with some visible incongruity in the relationship between the ship and the mountain, while in Cosette Aboard La Temebunda(2012), half a woman’s body is standing on the tip of a yacht, both of them clipped, being thus necessary to reconstruct them with the imagination.

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