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Martta Garcia

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Martta Garcia

Hometown: ZARAGOZA

Based in: SPAIN

 

Martta García is an artist and engineer based in Zaragoza, Spain.
She walks the cities, takes photographs that she then use to develop her work, an important part of it is based on the framing of the work, on the description of all his characters, on the stories they tell us ...
She said "The look as power and the work of art as a possibility to show it, to question our way of seeing, to question our ways of reacting to the world. In her artistic process she try to create images that ask to be examined"
His pieces are held by private collectors in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Toronto, Madrid and Malaga.

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A dos metros de tí

Martta Garcia, Spain

Painting

US$ 2,100

Cada uno con su mochila

Martta Garcia, Spain

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No hay naves para todos

Martta Garcia, Spain

Painting

US$ 3,700

Gramática de la multitud

Martta Garcia, Spain

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US$ 2,600

Selfie

Martta Garcia, Spain

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Rumbo

Martta Garcia, Spain

Painting

US$ 2,600

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About Martta Garcia


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What inspires you?

In a world as visual as today, a world to "See and be seen", I want to reflect on what I see and what I do not see, what we believe I see and what I really see. Most of the time it is not our eyes that see if it is not our mind.


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Describe your creative process.

I walk the cities, I take photographs that I then use to develop my work, an important part of it is based on the framing of the work, on the description of all his characters, on the stories they tell us ... The zebra crossing, they allow me to delimit those characters and make the invisible visible. I dive into the crowd, a crowd that attracts me, paralyzes me, moves me, surprises me, drags me, agitates me ...


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

CONCEPTUAL, FIGURATIVE, MODERN


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

HOPPER, PICASSO,


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Photograps that I take and inthis photos the characters that I choose to paint.


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

I had a teacher who told me: "look for the accident (in the painting, of course).


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Where do you go for inspiration?

Walking the cities

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