Juan Usle

Juan Usle  Historia con tres nudos  1997

“After a visit to Nepal in I989, Usle resolved that:henceforth he would never repeat a painting... Instead of style there would be attentiveness to the moment. Instead of signature, naturalness.’

The early modernists and most of Usle's contemporaries found and then refined their signature styles. Usle rejects that way of working. Refusing to settle down, he employs Mondrian grids, Reinhardt's black, the brushstrokes of late De Kooning, Newman's zips, Picabia's early machine paintings and a multitude of devices from both the figures of an earlier generation and his contemporaries.”
                                                                              David Carrier

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