Manolo Mesa (b. 1989). And those walls that in their cold nakedness, refer to the tragedy of a negated horizon. The Table is like the coming and going of the look; belonging and not belonging between one place and the other, detaching from a presence, in the memory of a photo.
Urban intervention, like a change in the most hidden corners of the city, space for creation and debate; building on the built reality a social, artistic and spiritual dialogue between the inhabitant and their daily surroundings.
His painting is a metaphor for life, encounter and solitude; an iconography that goes beyond the physical to a symbolic image, a metaphysical silence where the past unites with the present evoking a spiritual absence that grants an extreme view of the human condition.
Attitude and resistance make up an identity, a message that comes from the street, understood as a link between seeing and not seeing.