At this point… after having traveled far and wide, we take time to do the most important thing: visit Albert Pinya‘s studio. The Pinya’s lab!!! The most intimate place in the artist’s life. And you are wondering “how is it”? It’s a bomb! You walk through the door and you are catapulted into his world! Order, perfection and colour were the things I expected. And I partly found these things. Stuff has been meticulously put away… but the works??? Caught me off guard, I’m in front of new paintings completely in contrast with the latest ones from Wormhole! Here, paintings with a very marked graphic sign and a less instinctive pictorial gesture. Works which come to life from Pinya‘s penultimate trip to Italy, in which, on commission, he designed and painted the Emilio Bordoli’s Panda 4×4 (he is a well known patron of the arts and collector). This Panda traveled the Madrid-Marrakech route of the Panda Raid event and won as the most creative car. A return to the past, therefore, as a stimulus for new works. New sensations.
We end the week at the Mirò Foundation. Dreaming one day that our stories, our experiences, our art, our adventures… our time – and our friends’ one – can be browsed through the art books! The love for our own job is the fuel that always leads us to look beyond. And so… for me, Palma de Mallorca is like a second home! And new people you can count on in the team! A journey that confirms friendship and professionalism.
… the story continues!