This series of drawings deals with a group of graphic lines linked to memory, to the automatic gesture, to the residual images of a type of illustration present in books such as the argentinean Robin Hood collection, where the images freely recreate the engraving style of century XIX. Comic, surrealism, kitsch, ornament and gesture intersect, intertwine, move away, to play with an increasingly distorted echo of the original forms. Diamante travels the mobile border between the figurative and the abstract, the geometric and the organic, writing and drawing; in short, it seeks the limits between what is spontaneous and what is learned within the gesture of drawing.

Ink and pencil on paper | Sizes 42 x 29,7 cm; 29,7 x 42 cm; 21 x 14, 8 cm

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