1988 · France
Pablo Tomek uses industrial cleaning sponges as his main tool for painting, applying the paint in broad, expressive gestures on large canvases. In his new works the sponge has shrunk, in places being reminiscent of a paintbrush, and the new approach to colour has brought in brightly glowing tones. Afterwards, Tomek uses a pressure washer to remove still-wet layers of paint from his works. From the shapes left behind Tomek begins to create the appearance and composition of the painting.
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