Juan Manuel Blanco
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·Urban landscape
·70 x 50 cm
·Oil on canvas
·Banderas
·70 x 50 cm
·Oil on canvas
·Portrait
·100 x 130 cm
·woodcut
·Hiden
·100 x 130 cm
·woodcut
·30 x 40 cm
·woodcut
·Hiden in the bridge
·30 x 40 cm
·Woodcut
·Traffic
·30 x 40 cm
·Woodcut
·Pose
·30 x 40 cm
·Woodcut
·Repeticiones II
·38 x 48 cm
·Collage, inkjet printing, drawing
·Map
·38 x 48 cm
·Monotype
·Repeticiones I
·38 x 48 cm
·inkjet printing, drawing and photocopy
·Into II
·38 x 48 cm
·inkjet printing, woodcut and photocopy
·Into I
·38 x 48 cm
·inkjet printing, woodcut and photocopy
·38 x 48 cm
·Digital collage printed on potography paper
·38 x 48 cm
·inkjet printing, woodcut and photocopy
Touch
·40 x 20 cm
·mixed media on canvas
PAISAJE PIRATA

Paisaje pirata es el resultado de la búsqueda de un lugar común entre las imagenes que encontraba en diferentes medios de comunicación y las cuales me apropiaba posteriormente por medio del collage, dibujo, pintura o grabado, experimentando con diferentes técnicas y procesos los cuales me permiten indagar sobre la materialidad de la imagen que aparece en la pantalla. Este método de trabajo me permitía reflexionar sobre la originalidad, lo múltiple y sobre la materialización de lo digital. Recurrí a diferentes referentes artísticos que trabajan imágenes que reflexionan sobre el paisaje y como este cambia dependiendo de el tiempo o de la interface sobre la que lo veamos. Entre ellos están, Dan Hays , Christian Baumgartner, Gerard Richter, Beatriz Gonzales, Jose Alejandro Restrepo, Oscar Muñoz, entre otros.
·17 x 30 cm
·Drawing on magazzine
·17 x 30 cm
·Drawing on magazzine
Pirate Landscape is the result of the research for a common place between the images I have found in mass media and the analogue editing process I followed after choosing such images. Afterwards, I appropriated those images by collage, drawing, painting or printing, experimenting with different processes; which allowed me to inquire about the materialness of the image that appears on screen.

This process allowed me to ponder originality, the reproducible, and the materiality of image in the digital era. I researched some artists who have worked the landscape and its relations with the screen and the time: Dan Hays, Christian Baumgartner, Gerhard Richter, Beatriz Gonzáles, José Alejandro Restrepo, Óscar Muñoz, among others.

This inquiry helped me find conceptual tools to understand other processes that develop in the inside of art praxis.
·Copy
·38 x 48 cm
·Collage, inkjet printing on cotton paper
·Mars
·30 x 88 cm
·photography
·Flags
·70 x 50 cm
·Oil on canvas
· Grass
·100 x 130 cm
·woodcut
·Windows Xp
·70 x 50 cm
·Woodcut
·Urban landscape
·100 x 160 cm
·Woodcut
·from RGB
· 88 x 130 cm
·Oil on plastic
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