Galeria Esther Montoriol presents the work of two contemporary American artists.
Wayne E Campbell is a sculptor and artist noted for his rebellious attitude towards art. In the exhibition you will see his angry 12 questions that ask such things as: 'Why can't I make a painting with the big red lips that floated through my reoccurring childhood dream, so big they overwhelmed my total vision?' His response is to paint those dream-like lips anyway and to focus on his absurd dreams. He also plays around with patterns and is known for his piece which saw five gallons of oil emptied into a gallery which created odd yellowish/brown, uncontrollable patterns.
Edward Everett Robbins is a much more controlled artist who sticks to paint and or collages. He was raised in California but has been living in Spain since 1972. Influenced by Pop Art, he uses rough, scrappy materials such as cardboard but gives them an as frail as eggshells delicacy.