• Intervalos negros
  • 1971
  • Oil on canvas
  • 180 x 278 cm

(…) it might seem the most “phosphorescent” of all the pictures from this period. On a gigantic scale he literally painted a strip of matches from a matchbook. But the viewer immediately finds themselves attracted by the arrangement of the pigment on the surface of the canvas; a dispersal which, by aptly leaving its base, creates a seductive world through its changing tonalities.