Carlos Aires

Born in 1974 - Spain


biography under completion

Carlos Aires’s work is inspired by personal experience and obsessions; the collision with a contradictory, and sometimes absurd, existence is transposed into his artworks. Aires depicts an uncomfortable reality through beautiful and attractive productions, leading the spectator to a multi-layered understanding to discover a perturbing and politically incorrect dimension beyond appearance.

He gives a semantic turn to established icons and values by re-contextualizing ready-made raw materials, employing fragile and yet charged objects (old vinyl records, paper, currencies), and pointing out a critical position towards contemporary neo-liberal society.

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Recent major exhibitions: PIGS, Artium, Vitoria, Punk. It’s traces in Contemporary Art, CA2M, Artium, MACBA (itinerant), Les mondes inversés, B.P.S.22, Charleroi, Deseos y necesidades, MACBA, Barcelona, 5th Thessaloniki Biennale, Carlos Aires. Centro de Arte Alcobendas, Madrid, Bilis Negra. Museo de Bellas Artes de Santander, Santander, Opening Night CAC Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Málaga, Icône(s) - Maison Particulière, Brussels, Colonia Apocrifa.MUSAC, León, Bucharest Biennale 6.

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Carlos Aires


61 x 43 x 12 Cm

9 438 €
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