Yamandú Canosa

  • Archipiélago U, 2015.
    Óleo sobre tela.
    57 x 120 cm

  • Canto, 2013.
    Óleo y transferencia sobre papel. 29,7 x 42 cm

  • Iceberg, 2014,
    Óleo sobre papel.
    63,5 x 99,5 cm

  • Vostok, 2013.
    Óleo sobre papel. 50,9 x 36 cm

  • Herida después, 2014.
    Óleo y transferencia sobre papel.
    29,7 x 21 cm

  • La espera, 2013.
    Gouache y transferencia sobre papel. 36 x 50,9 cm

  • Oye, 2013.
    Óleo y transferencia sobre papel.
    36 x 50,9 cm

  • Yamandu Canosa
    Horizonte herido II, 2012
    Oil on paper
    51 x 73 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Iceberg, 1999
    Charcoal on paper
    65 x 96 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    La ola, 2012
    Digital photograph, giclee impression
    29 x 43 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Olvido, 2008
    Pencil and gouache on paper
    61 x 86 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Poniente, 2012
    Oil on paper
    30 x 42 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Sol de noche, 2007
    Gouache on paper
    30 x 42 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Viento sur II, 2012
    Oil on paper
    30 x 42 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Solo, 2008
    Gouache on paper
    30 x 42 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Terraforming, 2012
    Gouache, oil, synthetic enamel and CD on paper
    73 x 51 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Viaje, 2006
    Oil on canvas
    57 x 75 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Viento sur V, 2012
    Oil on paper
    30 x 42 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Viento sur IV, 2012
    Oil on paper
    30 x 42 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Viento sur III, 2012
    Oil on paper
    30 x 42 cm

  • Yamandú Canosa
    Viento sur I, 2012
    Huile sur papier
    30 x 42 cm

Canosa uses various techniques to explore the limits of language. His interest in the notions of cultural identity, memory, human relations and immigration marks his subjective point of view. His artworks create a new experience of the landscape. The plans are mixed to impose constant visual readjustments between verticality and horizontality, between second and third dimension. This optical force is extended in the installation of the paintings within the space, thus creating new compositions. The representation of the horizon and the geographical limits puts together a map of human relations that suggests a subjective dimension of the identity and challenges the concept of nation state.

Exhibitions