JORGE QUEIROZ

Untitled, 2010. Aguarela, goauche, pastel pencils, crayons and indian ink on paper, 153x177 cm. Courtesy: Galeria Bruno Múrias

JORGE QUEIROZ

Lisboa, Portugal, 1966

GALERIA BRUNO MÚRIAS

The post-simbolic universe of Jorge Queiroz (Lisbon, 1966) crosses drawing and painting into a diachronic dialogue in which both artistic practices contaminate and influence each other.
His self-fictionalized scenarios are not inhabited by any organization or hierarchy, subverting the relationship figure-background or interior-exterior in an intimate and personal imaginary. It has been a constant in his work the absence of linguistics and a narrative linearity. Queiroz has been developing its own universe; an enigmatic, extravagant and even alchemical one.