Dangers - Painting
This painting is part of a series focused on how identity of the poorest is shaped by the successful global icons of capitalism. In this one I express how progress acts as dangerous snakes or hurting objects when colliding with the people that represent the most ancient roots (here represented as noble greyhound or the delicacy but also sharp nature of the cotton plant). We see, in this case, the aztec culture reflected in the knife as a representation of threat for ancient cultures.
I try to expose an open dialogue with the viewer, who can easily feel that something occurs in the picture. A crash between violence and kindness. Then we start reading deeper into the meaning of all the figures to finally find the narrative of the story.
Original Created: 2019
Mediums: Acrylic, ink
Painting: Acrylic on Canvas
Original: One-of-a-kind Artwork
Size: 19.7 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 D in
Frame: Not Framed
Ready to Hang: Yes
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