Victoria Iranzo and fabrics


Victoria Iranzo (1989), painter.

Iranzo painting combines modernity and tradition of painting, featuring recognizable elements such as the human body or vegetables- through a rereading of our time’ fashion , shapes fabrics, colors, prints, and the fashion trends behind.

It resonates of the  sort of investigation of the theories of simultaneous painting by the Delaunay marriage early this century, a style of painting based on color contrasts, which should go beyond painting and enter the world of objects, asserting in each area of ​​life.In her work, she appropriates images from fashion magazines and transferrest them to canvas, transforming them into installations, sculptural forms that acquire patterns or prints  recreating movements and abstract geometries.

 Optical illusions, movement through the fabrics that allow a glimpse of what the indicators of her artistic influences are: the everyday metamorphosis of the realm of art, magical subversion of the conventional view, reappropriation of drawings and geometries born of painting and now  industrialized, paradox of a flight of industrialization in which capitalism has finished taking over in our present profusion of ideograms or extremely suggestive fashion images that spring from the magnetic associative strength of the objects represented -Jackets, dresses, texture and chromatic hue to suggest a differentiated Formal conglomerate in which the plastic beauty responds to the proposition of pop statement root of significant overlaps. 


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