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Javier De Juan, Bailando En Voz Baja

Javier De Juan Bailando En Voz Baja, 2017

View in a room Photography 31 x 47 x 0.1 inch

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Javier De Juan, Bailando En Voz Baja
  • Offered by the gallery

    Professional art gallery
    Bay Harbor Islands - United States

  • Authenticity

    Work sold with an invoice from the gallery
    and a certificate of authenticity

  • Signature

    Not Signed

  • Medium

    Photography : color edition, archival pigment print

  • Themes

    Nude, Everyday life, Animal

  • Support

    Photography on fine art paper

  • Type

    Numbered and limited to 5 copies

  • Dimensions cm | inch

    31 x 47 x 0.1 inch

  • Framing

    Not framed

  • Collector’s Guide

  • About the artwork

    Other sizes and the editions are available.
    Small size: 24 in. H x 36 in. W, Edition of 15 + 2AP
    Extra large size: 89 in. H x 59 in. W, Edition of 3 + 2AP
    Medium size: 47 in. H x 31 in. W, Edition of 10 + 2AP

    Juan Sebastian's interest in musical theatre and literature heavily influences his work as a photographer often times capturing a sense of musicality and fantasy. Inspired by elements of nature and myth, Sebastian channels the magical realism found in the work of literary masters Gabriel García Márquez and Isabel Allende. In his photos, the parameters with which dreams are distinguished from reality confront purposeful obscurement. For Sebastian, working within the expansive continuum of light and dark produces a visualization of the fantasy that pervades both dreams and the subconscious. Sebastian was recently chosen to be part of the international art exhibition “SELF MEMORIES” in conjunction with the prestigious Venice Art Biennale.

    The curators of the exhibit selected three of Juan Sebastian’s photographs that study the human body from a personal point of view based on his memories, experiences, and literature. This mystical perspective can be seen on the photomontage One Piece Man (36” x 48”) were Sebastian plays and deconstructs the body, re-creating a new study of the human form, freezing movement in time and taking the viewer to question the fragility of life and the boundaries to where it stands in space. Juan Sebastian, in addition to procuring long-term self-portrait and beauty projects, travels between Miami, New York, and Paris to shoot each city’s respective fashion weeks. With commissions from the likes of Del Pozo and Estée Lauder.

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Javier De Juan

Born in: 1958


Famous artist

Javier de Juan was born in 1958, he lives and works in Madrid where he studied architecture. Before he got settled there, the artist traveled a lot and discovered several cities like Paris, Essaouira, Marrakesh, New York, Mallorca, Caracas, Murcia and Cairo.

Javier is particularly interested by the city, its architecture, progress and the inhabitants. He transposes this through many techniques (drawing, painting, installation, engraving, printing, video and cinema). The artist tries to involve the public as much as possible and broadcast his artistic work.

In the 90's, he moved to Mallorca where he developed a more personal and symbolic work which helped him express his own ideas. This encouraged him to use large formats, on which he portrays chaos and infinitude of the world. His move to Muricia, far from the urban life made him create more introspective work, and this needed reflection.

He doesn't follow any trend or fashion and is therefore appreciated for this, in fact he shows his own viewpoint. He was awarded the National prize for engraving and received a grant from the Marbella museum. When he came back to Madrid, Juan focused on wooden, paper and fabric collages, working with new mediums and new technology.

During the 2000's, he began 3D work on collective memory, using his own symbolic elements and language. In 2003, his work went through an important retrospective in Mallorca. He began his first video editing in 2004, his personal testimony on new technologies, which guided him to make movies gradually. In 2008, he mainly created visuals like 3D animations. Recently, he has once again turned towards the object and has begun to manipulate photos.

His work is particularly appreciated by galleries and international institutions like Telefonica Foundation, Lidner Foundation, Dusseldorf Collection of the Teatro Real Madrid, Contemporary art museum in Madrid.
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Javier De Juan, Bailando En Voz Baja
Javier De Juan, Bailando En Voz Baja

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