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EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

Video about Eduard Bigas 2022

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

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Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

 

EDUARD BIGAS

 

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

 

 10.06.-21.07.2022

 

Vernissage
10.06. 6-10pm

 

 

Eduard Bigas, “Gods, demons and the sound of water”, 2022.

 

 

Dear Friends of Galerie Kuchling 

 

 

We are pleased to present you the fifth exhibition of the Catalan painter Eduard Bigas at the Kuchling Gallery.

The new exhibition “GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER” is about artworks inspired by his study travels to Japan (2018) and Taiwan (2020). It is a very personal interpretation from an European artist who admires their rich and great culture.

His method of painting and drawing is determined by obsession and precision, his artistic language is distinctive. Like in a diorama, the viewer is drawn into complex worlds. Sensory perception and imagination are given new impulses and presented to the viewer visually and emotionally in intricate detail. 

“When I am working, the hand holding the brush starts thinking on its own, pure instinct like an animal hunting for colours, shapes and forms…
My aim is that the viewer feels attracted and familiar with my work even when he doesn’t understand why. When this “communion” happens, I am very pleased.”

 

 

We invite you to the Vernissage of the exhibition

“GODS, DEMONS AND THE SOUND OF WATER”

on 10.06. 6-10pm and look forward to welcoming you.

 

Eduard Bigas, “Holy Dragon”, 2020.

———————————————————————————————————————–

Information about the artist Eduard Bigas

 

 

Eduard Bigas was born in 1969 in Palafrugell, Spain. With the age of 19, he had his first solo exhibition. His work has been exhibited since then in Spain, United Kingdom, Italy, Germany and Taiwan. It was an art project which led him 10 years ago from London to Berlin where he is living and working now.

For the exhibition Bigas recalled his roots as an elaborate draughtsman. Although the works seems to be on first look figurative – on a closer look you can discover various other levels. The drawing on canvas “Gods, demons and the sound of water” is a contemplation about the constant presence of the sea in the Japanese culture and invites you to think about the relationship of mankind with nature.

“The almost two meters large drawing reflects the symbiosis between a fisherman and his catch, the symbiosis between death and life. After the fight, the fisherman and the fish become one.”
 
In Taiwan, surrounded by ancient temples, the permanent presence of tradition and religion overwhelmed him.

“I visited many temples, I was always welcome. Somehow I felt very spiritual.”

The drawing “Holy Dragons” captures these deep emotions in an imaginative way. Also these drawings do not want to be read as an image of conventional reality. A dialogue of colour planes, organic shapes and accurate pencil strokes unveils a world full of dreamlike lightness and harmony. Nevertheless, you can feel a tension and unrest under the surface – an expression of the struggle of the artist with his inner gods and demons.

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