His work is rooted in the anthropomorphic Greek tradition. Memories of Greek plasters, from Minoan sculpture to the priestly character to the expression of the Passion of Skopas, are in his works. The abstraction also affects the beginning of his work, while later he will move into sculpture expressions of pop art and other contemporary artistic movements. But from all this, he will leave his mark in a personal expressive language whose main moral characteristic is the dialogue of well-formed bodies with rough volumes and hard surfaces. The plaster gives it a modern version of the ancient Greek deposition of the body. But now the body, beautiful and erotic, is tortured and torn by the hardness of the unfinished forms. Man is breaking, and the sculptor tried with this break to save his work.
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