candy is the key Tuesday, December 3, 2013

British artists Damien Hirst and Felix Gonzalez-torres were presented together in an exclusive exhibition. Hirst's abstract paintings of medicinal pills and Gonzalez-torres's sculptural structures compare the ways in which each artist used candy as a creative material during the 1990s.
Both artworks communicate with each other in terms of color and texture, highlighting a sense of balance and chromatic equilibrium within the gallery space.


It is easy to notice the relationship between the artwors: they are similar in terms of colors, forms, texture, and intensity.
This exhibition could be seen as a view of different visions, strongly related.

A very common object has been reinterpreted.
damienhirst.com
felixgonzalez-torresfoundation.org