México: Ediciones Papeles Privados, 2002. b/w and color plates, cat., ind. endpapers, color pict. d.j. Item #66546
Presentation of abstract paintings of artist Luis Granda from 1994 to 2002. Granda was born in Spain but studied and worked in Mexico. His art work exhibitions started in 1977, he has been able to carry out a variety of techniques such as oils, lithograph, engraving, watercolor, sketching and all of the mixed techniques. One of the characteristics which makes his work stand out has been the free style with which he handles colors as well as his themes and composition. He has had over 34 individual exhibitions and has participated in more than 70 collective exhibitions. Includes essays of art critics such as: José Tappan, Berta Taracena, Alejandro Gallo, José Luis Cuevas, Jaime Labastida, and Mario del Valle among others and and interview by José Tappan.