"His motives are the works of man. He paints urban sceneries, which can only appreciate in the passage of time. Natural landscapes, which are subjected to geological time, are eternal to the human eye. But the human work is subjected to human time; it’s part of our history.
In this game of presence and absence in his work, the present is always bitten, harmed by the past. It seems as though it is warning us from a better past that has been damaged by the passage of time. As well, it looks forward to a future that won’t be better, but instead it will be bitten, even more damaged.
His motives are decadent, because he wants to show the decadence itself. He seems to be aware that the human things are not a possession but a loss, and that this loss is an essential part of the human life and that some sort of apex is just an ilusión."
- Clara Barrero