The Galerie Nathalie Obadia is delighted to present recent works by Enoc Perez in the new gallery, rue du Bourg-Tibourg.
It is the third show by the artist with Galerie Nathalie Obadia , who has represented him since 2007. His first exhibition was hold then, after his participation in ‘Cher Peintre ... Peintures Figuratives depuis l’ultime Picabia’ at the Centre Pompidou in 2002. An exhibition of works on paper was aslo held at the gallery in Brussels in 2011.
Enoc Perez is back with an eagerly awaited exhibition; this will be the first time his sculptures are shown in Paris. With these sculptural works, Enoc Perez continues to explore the themes of modernist architecture, nostalgia and the culture of his native Puerto Rico, which has always been a source of inspiration in his pictorial work. The sculptures revisit the atmosphere of hotels in the Caribbean, a topic which is also present in the paintings from the years 2000.
The Galerie Nathalie Obadia will be presenting recent paintings by Enoc Perez: more abstract architectures which use a very subtle and more austere palette of colours to define constructions which are still modern, but already shaping up to become the relics of an America and its history.