A Mexican painter who has managed to put in purely abstract work a very unique through the creation of particular colors that give great strength and impact to your work touch.
The author seeks to bring a point beyond abstract art by combining this technique with a job in high relief of pre-Hispanic culture, which he turned in its theme transforms in concept and reinforced with a new set of colors that the artist creates otherwise to highlight the meaning of each icon used in his work.
After presenting several important and renowned places in Mexico,
takes his work to countries like Sweden, the Netherlands , Spain, England, Austria, France, Italy and the USA.
No doubt his work hits again, because it not only offers the viewer the quality of an abstract work but takes the enigmatic world of pre-Columbian art. A job as its author calls it, " a recreation of the Hispanic culture with a modern language."
So Xavier Yarto contributes to art works full of color, strength and content. An artist who searches every new best to previous work.
1. Tell us about your nominated art piece for the Global Art Awards?
El Guerrero, it's a fusion between prehispanic art with modern art. This piece speaks of the courage, the force, the loyalty that had the warriors, in the pre-Hispanic México
2. How does it make you feel that you are a nominee for the Global Art Awards?
For me it is an honor for been nominated for such important prizes
3. What is your definition of art?
My work is a is a mix of prehispanic art with a modernist touch
4. Where do you see your art going in ten years?
I see myself, with much more presence in the world, being a more recognized artist
5. Best exhibition ever participated in…?
At the Louvre, museum
Artist Name: Xavier Yarto
Born: México, City