1994, Barcelona, Spain
Conse means the sacralisation of urban art, its immortalisation, its projection on to the walls of the retina. Conse is the street even when confronted with acrylic or canvas: vitality and transgression endure on any type of surface. High quality goldsmithing from ignoble materials.
Recognition has come to him at a very young age, insultingly young, but Conse lives an insultingly creative and rebellious way of life. Even his latest mural in Barcelona’s Raval, dedicated to the Senegalese artist and activist Makha Diop, is the fruit of social perseverance. Conse calls for Barcelona’s return to expressive spontaneity.
Today he shows us his more hyperrealist side, a devotional love of detail but at the same time a recognition of the role of the dream as he embroiders the lips, the reflections of the skin and the intensity of the pupils, giving them more strength with flashes of silver leaf or with magical colours.
Conse is the natural order, the natural disorder, the human gaze, the ability to jump over walls by painting them. Conse or how to be Consequent. Conse or how to be free.See all available Artworks