Emili Armengol

The honest, natural evolution of an artist, allows some variations, which find a clear justification on it’s concatenation, even sometimes pose, at certain levels, a great change, with formal variations and conceptual that rise to be important.

Women and fish seem to symbolise
his present universe, a more spontaneous and genuine

The work

The sculptures, whether in the shape of a fish or a woman’s body, possess more charm and poetic spirit, I think, than the previous more spectacular and powerful minimalist shapes.

Women and fish seem to symbolise his present universe, a more spontaneous and genuine world full of sensitivity – what a great painter who loved life once called la joie de vivre. The truth is that Emili Armengol’s sculptures are not only a testament to his talent as a sculptor and his mastery of his trade, but also fully emanate that love for life throughout.

Mª Lluïsa Borràs, Critica de Arte (Cadaqués 2006)

The natural, sincere, evolution
an artist, allows a number of variations

Events

2017: From May 12th to June 18th – “Runes” at Roman Temple, Vic (Barcelona), Spain

2017: from July 15th to September 6th – “Peix de Roca”, Patrick Domken Gallery, Cadaqués (Girona), Spain

2018: July-August – “Sculpture”, Calonge Castle, Calonge (Girona), Spain

The block is absolutely open, creating a
Interior space, intertwined with the body of the work

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