‘Pulse’ by Diego Andrade
Artist: Diego Andrade
Medium: Ink on Fabriano Paper
Dimensions: 17″ x 11″
Year of Creation: 2020
About the Artwork:
“This piece came up as a ‘line’ exploration, trying to give it as many movement as possible, making it look like constant movement, an exercise that comes form the subconscious mind, and tries to express the anxiety that gives me the idea of dying, but at the same time the implicit wish of a transcendence from the soul outside the matter, as a Pulse that scape this reality, and goes beyond the eternity.” – Diego Andrade
About the Artist:
Visual Artist, Tattoer and illustrator from Mexico City.
His work is solved practically in analogous techniques mainly ink, etchings and pointillism and seeks to invite to the reflection of the viewer on the death and spirituality of the human being.
He has participated in several solo and group exhibitions in Mexico and Colombia, in galleries such as Gama Crea, Panteon, Serie 5, etc. and museums as the museum of contemporary art in Bogotá and Soumaya Museum in Mexico City.
He is currently traveling constantly in various parts of Mexico and the United States performing as a tattoo artist.