The artist duo Twee Muizen, composed by the Galician artists, Cristina and Denis Galocha Barrientos will be opening this Friday 26 June “En el Norte” (In the North) at PlasticMurs gallery in Valencia, Spain where the artists will be presenting a new body of work based on their own pop surrealistic vision of the popular ethnography of the northern countries.
“The beasts are no longer foul. There is still hope.”
Twee Muizen has achieved with its culture and artistic syncretism of genres, a new Nordic Mythology in which fear has no place.
The pair of Galician artists, Cristina and Denis Galocha Barrientos, who make up this team, created a neo surrealistic world of pop, based on the popular ethnography of the northern countries in which animals, humans, vegetation and contemporaneity merge, to show a new vision of pagan rituals that no longer seeks to frighten, but to create a friendly aesthetic, of soft touch and profound message.
The Twee Muizen paintings and art toys come from of an amalgam of organic and synthetic materials, which are set by the chromatic harmony their authors give him, which leads to the childlike spirit that never stops dreaming.
The represented characters are mythological heroes who are no longer wild, making the life of who observes them lighter.
Breaking down the work of these artists, you find different levels of understanding of their work. The paintings and dolls hide a lot of Clues to be revealed, they discover a great inner world that revolves around
Twee Muizens’ life and values. The different layers of understanding of this rigorous work, comprise a set of jewels illustrating a new conception of cultures and subcultures to which they give life. – María von Touceda
The exhibition opens on Friday 26 June from 20:00 to 22:00 and will run until 14 August, Tuesday to Saturday from 12:OO – 14:00 / 18:00 – 21:00 at the gallery located on Calle Denia 45, 46006 VALENCIA, ESPAÑA
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