One of the artists whose technique and constant experimentation leave no one indifferent is Rafael Jiménez. The novelty of his work is the material he introduces into his color palette.
A material that, theoretically, reduces its use to the sculptural sphere, the artist from Córdoba finds in the clay the perfect ally to develop the theme that he addresses in his compositions. Interested in the mechanisms by which the collective imaginary that forms our History is constructed and in the way in which these are opposed to the individual processes that articulate the memory, his works propose a reflection on time and man.
The manipulable nature of these concepts materializes in Rafa’s work through the distortion and deformation of recognizable iconic images that have acquired the status of untouchable and indisputable.