Juan de Sande

Juan de Sande

In Juan de Sande the multiplicity of the visible is present from the very process of image construction, composed through the sum of various realities that converge in a new non-existent visible field. An essentially theatrical field and, in a sense, baroque, a place where vision is staged.

It is a fragmentary image that reconstructs an impossible whole. Faced with these images, the viewer’s gaze becomes restless and mobilized, as there is something there that should not be there, something familiar and at the same time strange.

Juan de Sande
And let the salmon sing in the streets, 2014
31.5 x 30 cm. 157.5 x 150 cm.
Ed .: 5+ 1 PA
Juan de Sande, Untitled
Color photography on Hahnemühle Photo rag ultra smooth. Framed with waxed mansonia wood and passepartout
59 x 42 cm
Juan de Sande, Untitled
Color photography on Hahnemühle Photo rag ultra smooth. Framed with waxed mansonia wood and passepartout
59 x 42 cm
Juan de Sande, And let the salmon sing in the streets, 2014
31.5 x 30 cm. 157.5 x 150 cm. Ed .: 5+ 1 PA
Juan de Sande, Untitled
Color photography on Hahnemühle Photo rag ultra smooth Framed with waxed mansonia wood and passepartout
Juan de Sande, Untitled
Color photography on Hahnemühle Photo rag ultra smooth. Framed with waxed mansonia wood and passepartout 5 + 1PA Edition
59 x 42 cm