The Market

50 X 70 CM
YEAR 1965

During the beginning of his studies at “La Esmeralda” art school in the 1960’s, Quessada began to deeply explore the concept of cubism. He was fascinated by the idea that using only geometrical shapes like triagles, rectangles and cubes, an artist could cheat the eye of the espectator and make them see actual figurative shapes.
Quessada was a big fan of artists like Braque and Picasso, who had popularized this trend, which had its beginnings in the early 1900’s.

Gallery Room 1

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