The last mountain
A series of paintings in which we find the idealised and stereotypical mountain landscape. These reflect the postcard image we have of this mythical landscape. Where every snow-covered peak and valley is represented in an ideal balance: the perfect panorama seen from the terrace of the chalet where we spend the weekend in relaxation.
Yet another illusion of our time. It is an image whose future we know is destined for memory. The signs are now inescapable and we all know them, and these places that seemed seemingly inviolable to us are being rapidly transformed by the consequences of our global society.
An imagery destined for extinction and condemned to the past. Images that seem to be frozen in the past, wrecks that are about to return to their archaic form of stone, of which only a plastic and artificial memory will remain.