The artist Jorge Regueira exhibits for the first time in Valladolid, having the pleasure of presenting “Imagined Geographies” (2020) for the first time at the José María Luelmo Center of the Valladolid City Council, from April 5 to 17, 2021. Behind this initiative is meet Sara Sanz, author of The Biombo Blog, which promotes Art in Spain from the capital of the Community of Castilla y León.
Through the works that make up IMAGINED GEOGRAPHIES, Jorge Regueira proposes a journey that, starting from abstraction, invites us to know different places and places, letting ourselves be carried away by the impulse to see and discover what lies beyond. Curiosity is a human need and being able to satisfy it is always pleasant. Contemplating these wonderful works of art by Jorge Regueira, we will imagine new worlds and suggestive landscapes, and we will dream of embarking on new paths that we never know where they will lead us.
Galician by birth, Regueira currently resides in Madrid. In his work, the free and very particular interpretation of calligraphy stands out, loading the inks in expressiveness and gesture and emphasizing the line and rhythm. It is with these strokes and brushstrokes that he composes his landscapes, imagined geographies, that they draw and write his personal universe.
A creative universe that has reached Moscow (Russia), where Jorge Regueira is the only Spaniard with a work in the Museum of Contemporary Calligraphy in Moscow. Hybrid, the international art fair in Madrid, has also been one of the festivals that has hosted Regueira’s work, without forgetting his time at the Pons Foundation and at the Hesperia and NH Eurobuilding high-end hotels in the capital of Spain.
The exhibition “Imagined Geographies” by Jorge Regueira can be visited in the Exhibition Hall of the José María Luelmo Center of the Valladolid City Council (Calle de la Armuña, 3, 47008 Valladolid) from April 5 to 17, 2021 at the usual time of the space.