Roberto Bermejo Exhibits Innovative 'Laser-Rendered' Paintings at Philharmonic Center for the Arts
According to George Fifield, founder and director of the Boston Cyberarts Festival, who featured Bermejo's work at several Cyberarts Festivals, "Taking something from analogue to digital frees up...Bermejo...not just to discover a new realm of creativity but to reinvent it completely."
"The artwork of Roberto Bermejo reflects, above all, a rigorous search to express a series of thematic concerns through a distinctly personal style," Tate Modern curator, Iria Candela stressed. "It is in this meticulous and stubborn process to configure a unified, innovative artistic body of work, that he melds his background of scientific inquiry with his charismatic personality."
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