Vicente Peris

International artist Vicente Peris is an innovator who creates new boundaries in spatial concepts, forms and interprets figures, architecture, and nature with unparalleled dexterity. His work is produced in a variety of mediums and include photography, painting, ceramics, wood, silver and performance art.

His paintings fuse realism with abstraction, and are as large in scale as they are in vision. They display relentless tension, motion and magnetic contrast. With laser-sharp focus and unbridled precision, he allows the innate process of creativity to unfold in a process that has been described as “magnificent” and “ceremonious” by leaders in the world of art, including curators and art critics Fernando Castro and Miguel Cerezeda.

Vicente Peris has applied the same dedication and versatility to a career spanning five decades. He has countless one-person exhibitions to his name in Europe, South America, and Mexico. His work has been featured in museums, galleries and performance spaces including Museo de Bellas Artes de Valencia, Museo de Arte Moderna Aloisio Magalhäes, Recife in Brazil, and Instituto Cultural Cabañas in Guadalajara. Commenting on Peris’ work, Director of Manhattan Arts International has said:

 “I look forward to observing Vicente Peris as he continues to transcend conventional artistic boundaries, invent new creative visions, and share them with viewers in the United States and abroad. We can anticipate many more significant contributions from him in the international multi-media realm of art and creativity.

 
“We come from light, the sun. Everything that is illuminated has a shadow. Every shadow has a soul.
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Reviews

 
Artist Vicente Peris Brings Interactive Exhibition “La Sombra” to Los Angeles

— HUFFINGTON POST

"Vicente Peris in Conversation"

— LA WEEKLY

“Ya era hora de que reventara la burbuja de la pintura”

“Vicente Peris nació en Valencia en 1943 en un edificio que luego sería aplastado por el IVAM. Para entonces ya se había forjado como artista y había roto muchas cáscaras.”

— EL PAÍS

 

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