Window Series

Comprising paintings:

"Rain and yellow window" 1997 Media: Mixed 3.30 x 3.30 ft

"Rain, eruption and blue window" 1997 Media: Mixes 3.30 x 3.30 ft

"Obsessions, structures, fears and fluo window" 1997 Media: Mixed 3.30 x 3.30 ft

"Preserving window" 1997 Media: Mixed 3.30 x 3.30 ft

"Woman observing window painting"1997 Media: Mixed 3.30 x 3.30 ft

"The last window of the series" 1997 Media: Mixed 3.30 x 3.30 ft


The idea of creating windows was born from the need to generate exits to turbulent, adverse and agressive situations or contexts that constantly surround us, that is to say that we allow to surround us.

As long as no exits are generated, some space where to find peace, we do not balance those situations, thus becoming unable to deal with, obsessive and, at last, damaging.

The window represents the idea of escape. Without denying the context, it is equilibrium. It is that exact moment - that place or memory, maybe a friendly word, or a fact - that makes us aware of the true dimension of the "problem", tag assigned to another fact, that due to the inability to deal with it, has acquired that satus.

The first two paintings ("Rain and Yellow Window" and "Rain, Eruption and Blue Window") present windows with luminous colors, a place with energy

The third window ("Obsession, Structures, Fears and Fluo Window", Ward Nasse Gallery, New York) is parted in two and, although its color is fluo, its texture is brittle, as if somebody had managed to harass it and break it.

For this reason , in the two following works ("Preserving the Windows" and "Woman Observing Window Painting", exhibited at Pago Fácil, San Isidro, Buenos Aires) the frames appear as protection.

In the last work of the series ("Last Window of the Series") the context has less chromatic force, as if it were in some way dominated. The red and yellow window has already lost its protecting frame, and it imposes on the work, its presence standing out through color.