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Azorín, Pepe

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José Díaz Azorín (Alicante, 1939)

Painter, engraver, sculptor, with a degree in Fine Arts from Valencia's polytechnic University, in Altea.

His first personal exhibition (1962), presented by Alfons Roig showed his passion for the night and for the poetry of simple everyday things, in clear reference to the poet Miguel Hernández. In this first stage, Azorín captures themes from the surrounding reality and expresses them in a very peculiar expressionist morphology, in which warm Chromatic hues predominante and where the human element appears with a protagonism that is almost an advance of what his later pieces will be.

Román de la Calle, professor of Aesthetics at the University of Valencia, in his book "Díaz Azorín from the autonomy to the functionality of Art", situates the evolution: "Azorín in his coherent itinerary, out very specially because of his surprising mastery of drawing. Key and edge of the consolidation of his plastic language, his drawings are not only a vehicle for the form, but also the breath of that animates the expression of the beings he draws. It could be said that he is so rotund in his proposals that he has to insistently appeal to simplicity, insinuation, and resort to what is intentionally unfinished".

Deeply rooted in his country, he has exhibited his painting - from the Grand Palais in Paris to the State Museum in Sao Paulo and the Institute of Iberoamerica Co-operation in Miami in more than five hundred exhibitions.

About his latest work, in word of Enrique Cerdán Tato, Premio de las Letras Valencianas and member of the European Academy of Letters, Arts and Science, "Azorin shows us, on occasion, a forensic syntax: that of thorough, masterful and concise anatomist; and some lyric contents that become more pronounced in his most recent plastic expression. Not in his drawings, his engravings, his oil paintings he give up an inch of his space to possible rhetoric persuasion. Because his formulae carry all the necessary strength to evict from paper and canvas any other of circumstantial reference, any other recurrent or superfluous postscript".

 

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