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Madrid, Spain, 1957
Jaime Perez is a psychologist by profession, using painting as a contrast with his everyday need for reflection.
Perez paints what he sees or what he imagines, as though they were graphical features, without applying thoughts: impatient, quick, with strong contrasts of color, giving more attention to the overall effect than to the details. The artist uses undiluted oil and a spatula because these allow him to express himself more fully and to achieve special textures. Because of these characteristics, he generally uses large-format canvases that make his work more visible.