Eduardo Sanchez Del Valle Lalo

Coussin Cochon
2015
Acrly auf Leder

Coussin cochon. Der Traum des Schweins.Mit diesem Ausstellungsstück versucht der Künstler das Bewusstsein der Zuseher für ein würdiges Sterben der Tiere zu wecken, die geopfert werden, um uns Menschen zu ernähren. Der Künstler benützt eine Schweineleiche und versucht uns die Hoffnungen des Tiers, seine Ängste und Wahnvorstellungen mitzuteilen, die es von einem schmerzlichen und grausamen Tod befreien werden.

 

Wäre es nicht mitfühlender und dankbarer, den Tieren einen würdigen Tod zu gönnen, nachdem sie ihr Leben dafür opfern, um uns zu ernähren?

 


 

Kontakt:

http://www.lalosanchezdelvalle.mx


 

Born in Mexico City in 1968, he knew since he was little that drawing, color, texture, volume —among many other elements— would be in his life.

 

The first influences appeared through Professor Enrique Chriach; later he would continue his training at the National School of Fine Arts, in Paris. From there, his work has been exhibited individually and collectively in all the cities where he has resided: Paris, New York and Mexico City.

As well, places such as the Maison de L’Unesco, in Paris —at an event inaugurated by Gabriel Garcia Marquez— and other galleries in New York’s Soho have witnessed his paints.

 

Lalo Sánchez del Valle considers himself as a humanist and his autodidactic training confirms it. Only autodidacts confess in their statement that their interests, influences and inquisitiveness are so ample that they do not accept any possible specializing.