Spanish Hyperrealist Pedro Campos Renders Pop-Art Subjects With Old Master Techniques

Courtesy of the artist and Plus One Gallery.

Madrid-born Pedro Campos (b. 1966) started his career not as an artist, but as a restorer. In fact, he didn’t pick up oil painting until he was 30. Within a few years, however, he had committed himself to it completely, creating meticulous hyperrealist compositions. Over the past 40 years, Campos, who shows with London’s Plus One Gallery, has carved out a signature niche within the hyperrealist world, working in a color palette that emphasizes dark backgrounds and pops of white and red. His works center around prescribed subject matter: luxury cars, aluminum tins, candies in glass jars, macaroons, and the spines of art books.

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@peepso_user_75(Kate Hendrickson)
Note the scale of the work is not expressed except in one photo where the artist is working on a painting. So not sure of the impact of the others since I have… Read more
6 months ago