Artist José Eduardo Barajas Collector Edition X UNTITLED ART FAIR X NEST
B. 1990 Lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico.
Title: The Closer We Become (The More Deeply We Are)
Jigsaw Puzzle Size: (Vertical) 12" x 16.5" (310mm x 418mm) 285 Jigsaw Puzzle Pieces, ESKA Premium Board. FSC 100% Recycled Paper, Magnetic Layer. Edition of 10.
This Collector Edition arrives with a Pre-Assembled Option and separated onto 2 cardboard squares. The AXP Collector Editions comes ready to slide together for a complete instant puzzle and/or to be broken down for puzzling fun and/or framing!
Magnetic Quality: This extremely well-made puzzle has cleverly incorporated a very thin layer of material with gentle magnetic properties underneath all the pieces, allowing the puzzles to be more stable and secure as the puzzler puts them together.
Collector Edition of 10 + 2 AP
Signature Details: The Closer We Become (The More Deeply We Are) Oil on Canvas, (Size? 2021 Credits: Artist and Luis Galería
Barajas' practice consists of an inquiry into visuality based on experimentation with different techniques. In his work his personal experiences, iconography of popular culture and elements of different pictorial traditions are combined. Folk motifs are interspersed with technical processes ranging from conventional drawing and painting to abstraction and experimentation with new materials. In this way, Barajas's work is presented as a visual language that challenges the viewer's perception and memory.
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Artist Certificate: Each puzzle comes with an artist certificate.
Biography: José Eduardo Barajas received a BFA in Visual Arts at the National Art School “ENPEG La esmeralda” in Mexico City. He had collective and solo show in Mexico as well as abroad, among others: Campamento para jóvenes Naturalistas, Museo de la Ciudad de Querétaro, (Querétaro, 2020); Ajuscos_Expo, Charim Galerie, (Vienna, 2020); Ebullición, Kunstraum Am Schauplatz (Vienna, 2019); House painting tips, Galería la Esperanza, (Mexico City, 2019); Hommies Paradise & Motorcraft, LADRÓN galería, (Mexico City, 2018).
Barajas’ practice consists on the investigation of the visuality through the experimentation with different techniques. His work combines his personal experiences, iconography of popular culture and elements from different pictorial traditions. Popular motifs intermingle with technical processes ranging from conventional drawing and painting to abstraction and experimen- tation with new materials. In this way, Barajas’ work is presented as a visual language that challenges the perception and memory of the viewer.