Albert Pinya

  • (Palma, 1985)

His work uses an intentional and ironic ingenuity in order to dismantle the perverse structures of reality. He has rapidly developed a personal and recognizable style that uses codes of popular culture such as comic-books, illustration and a meditated naive aesthetics that conceal a precise reflection of the subjects he explores.

His work denies the “art pour l’art” and understands that art has to communicate and must always be based on ideology. For all this, rather than talking about “artistic creation”, we should talk of a “artistic reaction”.

Painting, drawing, interventions, installation, performance and sound are the media he uses to develop his narratives.  One of his main obsessions, is focused in  studying and observing the human being and the way in he establishes relations with society and the environment.

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