Comments & Critics by Pablo Villar
Born in Buenos Aires City,
his origins come from the union of a grandfather from Cataluña, (Spain), and an
Italian grandmother from Rome.
He was particularly
influenced by the art of Kandinsky, Man-Ray and Miró.
His work focuses on the
interaction of the mind and the artwork.
He started his work when
he was only 10 years old, making ceramic sculptures.
After High school, he
studied at UBA University of Buenos Aires.
"Life is nothing
but a mental fight toward our blindness of understanding"- he
"Art is one of
the powerful tools we’ve got to make people win the match".
textures and movements are only a quantum of light, without our brain to give
them meaning. Being able to see colors and forms and have an internal image or
feeling of pleasure or agreement, is one of the richest experiences a man can
have. Is one of these moments when you realize that life deserves to be lived
and that it’s beautiful"
Marcellux's paintings are strong but not violent. I think that they contain
'cool passion', as the one that happens when a young man has just fall in love
with a girl, there is sweetness and passion, but 'restricted', 'restrained'.
It’s like a blues, peaceful but passionate at least. Maybe it’s like
watching the sea under the moon in a summer night.
colors seem to respect the environment without hurting it. This is not the usual
behavior in Mother Nature, which invades the entire scenario if it can. However,
there are energy and impulse in the work, and that is what I consider
fascinating: The fascinating passion that emerges but makes me feel the harmony
of the being at the same time. Marcellux's paintings makes me nervous (in the
positive meaning of the world) because I see a challenge for perception in them
for people like me, who appreciate when we find a renovation of what we know
We all know that art is a
language. The great question I ask myself after the contemplation of these
paintings is: Is it possible the 'cool passion’, the 'moderate impulse'? Can
we control our own internal worlds? Should we let the chaos take us and carry
ourselves through it's sharpen paths? Marcellux seems to have an answer to my
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Links related to Marcellux:
Marcellux' Art Gallery
National Museum of American Art
Curator of the page: Lic. M.G. Bosqu
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