6José Cori transforms scenes of daily life into semi-abstract motifs, allowing his colourful vibrance to shine through. The colours serve as the artist’s ultimate muse and thus the works reveal the childlike innocence with which he perceives his subjects and the world.
José Cori frees himself from the limitations of volume and focuses instead on expressing an earnest simplicity on the visual surface of his works. The presented figures morph into silhouettes with uncertain faces. Every aspect is but a pretense to play with motifs, echoing his native Chile’s latin tones.
An innovative painter, José Cori recognizes and pays due to art history’s masters. His artworks showcase an homage to Vuillard, with references to Picasso, among others, all of which converse with Hellenistic sculptures.
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