BERNARDI ROIG: „The Head of Goya“

Until July 7th in the Phillips Collection (Washington DC – USA) – America’s first museum for modern art, founded in 1921 and one of the most important collections of Impressionist and American modern art can be seen:

BERNARDI ROIG: „The Head of Goya“

White human figures made of polyester and glistening neon lights are a central element in Roig’s work, which deals with themes such as transience and death. Its neon lights are an attack, the glare is its weapon. He forces us to close our eyes and “we can’t help but look inwards,” says Roig. Then he has us where our thoughts and associations live and chase each other: in the confrontation with our inner ones Demons.


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