Fatima Pemán, Jerez de la Frontera 1970. Plastic artist graduated in Fine Arts, postgraduate in New York. She lives and works in Seville. Despite her youth, the artist has a large exhibition background, starring in numerous individual shows in recent years.
She presents a medium and large format collection made in acrylic on canvas, which are exhibited in the Galería García de Diego, belonging to the collective exhibition entitled “Confluencias”. This is a set of paintings, where the artist transposes her current concerns and the lines of pictorial research in which she has immersed herself. “My motives are circumstantial, improvised, but always within a framework that I delimit previously.”
“Abstract painting helps me to know and intuit.” She approaches her creations as a competitive game, whose structured and intellectual strategic pieces are the line and the plane.
“In the atelier I maintain a constant dialogue with the painting, it is a door towards perception, which only opens when I am painting”; as for the aesthetic message “my work is easily digestible, I show what I want to paint and not paint what others want to see.”
The most immediate becoming for her painting is the return to the figure, to theatricality and symbolism.