“The screen is bigger than your spirit”: is a series of 18 drawings painted on recycled paper. They are a small testimony of an art worker: Egar, silent and cultured tireless artist, his work channeled in the political and social for years is an absolute coherence. In the words of Egar: “I do not have a central theme, but I can emphasize human existence and how the powers of the system manipulate, coerce, repress and destroy the social body, because I think all art is political. the very language of art, that is, an idea can also be beautiful. ”
It is a luxury for espai ku to show in Barcelona the work of Egar Murillo.
Egar Murillo was born in Jujuy (Argentina) and grew up in Mendoza (Argentina). He is an indispensable creator, he has won prizes, scholarships, distinctions and exhibitions that place him in a privileged place within Argentina, especially in the Region of Cuyo.
A text by E. Murillo on his work: https://espaiku.blogspot.com/2017/08/la-pantalla-es-mas-grande-que.html+info