Pavillon Le Corbusier in Zürich

Patrik Grijalvo


Analogue medium format photograph, with ISO 400 film, digitised and printed on Hahnemühle Fine Art Photo Rag paper with pigmented inks, mounted in American oak frame with museum glass.3+ 2 artist's proofs edition.
150x150 cm
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Patrik Grijalvo

About the artist

The artist does not impose any three-dimensional form on the images at his whim. Rather, he constructs it on the basis of the attributes of the photographic surface itself. One of the peculiarities of photography is the focus, which makes it necessary to discriminate areas of varying sharpness and, therefore, to mark the various planes of depth.

Patrik Grijalvo’s works are part of many art collections such as: Het Wilde Weten- Rotterdam, Fundación Bilbao Arte – Bilbao or Diputación Foral de Bizkaia, Spain, among other private foundations around the world.

In his long series collected under the general title of “Photography as object” he transcends the portrait to use it practically as colour planes.

This is something that was already present in his last series “Rotten Apples”, in which only if we approached the work could we appreciate that what were apparently flat black spots actually concealed a vegetal lattice.

The raw material is manipulated in such a way that there is hardly any trace left of what those original photographs portrayed. The register of the work is now definitively close to sculptural, almost leaving the spectator with no arguments to speak of photographs as such.