Contemporary graphic work,
Regina Giménez and her imaginary universe
We are presenting to you the latest new developments in contemporary graphic work: the colours and textures of Regina. Forms that range from the poetic to the abstract, creating an imaginary universe of the freest type. The artist creates playful atmospheres and brings art closer to our everyday lives.
Because Regina Giménez believes in the importance of play, as a gateway for entering creativity, not only manual but also intellectual. For this reason, her work has a playful and experimental background.
“Playing is a serious matter.”
IREMOS AL SOL (Towards the Sun). A play on geometry and colour by Regina Giménez
The geometric elements in her work are mixed into a fun universe, breaking with the seriousness of scientific, sociological, or architectural codes.
Regina extracts symbols from these worlds, plays with them and updates them, thereby filling with freshness a language that is sometimes too far removed from people of flesh and blood.
Finally, it achieves that the forms open at new readings that the spectator creates loosely.
That is why Regina’s work likes. Especially for his original composition of forms and colours; that it attracts us, makes us familiar and concurrently, cheers us.
Furthermore, the artist dares to relate design, advertising, architecture, and science, with an interesting result. For example, in some of her works a relationship is intuited between painting, design and the craftsmanship of schools such as the Bauhaus.
A FRESH, CHROMATIC, TRENDSETTING RANGE
Because the fact is that she works with colours conscientiously. Thus, the red, blue, or yellow that she uses are not solid colours; she mixes and blends them until she finds the shade that expresses her interior world in the most faithful way.
With her painting, something similar happens. It may seem that the artist is simply colouring the geometric forms with basic colours, but nothing could be further from the truth.
This is a work for lovers of colour, play, design, advertising, and modernity. And also, for Bauhaus nostalgics, or people who, simply, want to relish the joy of a fresh outlook. That of Regina Giménez.
When you see Regina work you realise the difficulty of everything and how an artist can make even the most complex things look easy.
Ultimately, that is what art consists of, is it not? Of making extraordinary things seem simple, natural, and organic.