Graffiti Collection by Miguel Guía with the intention of making this street art his own, translating it into a sculptural language, a language that expresses a mixture of urban art (street art), very current in denunciation and that is present in the cities, with contemporary art.
Miguel Guía’s sculptural language in which he navigates in the worlds of the subconscious and what the observer perceives, plays with the perception of things in our brain, getting to see different realities that our eyes perceive, in our brain his works are created.
Cubism by Juan Gris or Pablo Picasso, along with the sculpture by Gargallo, Lipchitz and Archipenco, created a cocktail of my understanding of cubism, from different perspectives, creating a unique character with a long path and speaking to us with different languages.
I have always been in love with the magic realism of Antonio López. I tried to create my own, one that would not only be a pure faithful reproduction, but that would have a soul of its own and transmit to the observer a sensation or a feeling.