José Luis Cuevas
José Luis Cuevas was a Mexican painter, draftsman, and sculptor recognized for his neo-figurative ink and pencil drawings and surrealist portraiture. Cuevas was an integral part of the Breakaway Generation during the 1950s, believing Mexican muralism was overly mainstream and partial towards the government. The disproportioned and grotesque figures in his artworks include various forms of degraded humanity that represent isolation and man’s inability to communicate.
Cabeza III, 2004
Cabeza VI, 2004
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