Kutlesa is pleased to announce global representation of São Paulo–based artist Alexandre Wagner (b. 1986, Brazil).
Alexandre Wagner's research develops in paintings that start from the representation of indefinite places: landscapes, forests, suns, elements of the world that dissolve through points of color and quick brushstrokes. At the core of his work is the desire to remain on the threshold between abstraction and figuration, to inhabit an area where doubt is more important than certainty, a tension and experience perhaps only possible due to the paradoxes under which the paintings are constructed.
The artist made his European solo debut at Kutlesa last October. Wagner's works are held in important private and institutional collections, such as Pinacoteca do Estado de S. Paulo, IFF – Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz, and MAR – Museu de Arte do Rio de Janeiro.