To mark his second solo exhibition in Paris, David de la Mano recently painted a mural on the facade of Galerie Itinerrance. The exhibition “Intemperie” is still on view at Galerie Itinerrance until the 30th of June.
Spanish painter and sculptor David de la Mano has decorated the world’s streets with monochromatic, outsized murals displaying the relationships that humans have with each other, as well as their wider environment. The artist experiments with a wide variety of techniques among which acrylics, watercolours, ink and collage.
His large-scale, black and white pieces triggers reactions among the viewers and encourages their emotions and ideas through a minimalist aesthetic. David is very observant of others and their social or anti-social behaviour, exploring all corners of social behaviour in his practice, using silhouettes of men, women, or the masses as narrative metaphors. With these figures, he creates poetic visions of the human condition in society and the ways human perceive the world.
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