The Venezuelan art critic Roberto Echeto once said that “the boundary between abstraction and figuration has never been well defined [...] Today’s artists are more ready to erase limits by exploring various directions” (Caracas, 1999), and I recall these words while looking at Vivian Asapche’s recent works. She is a recognized artist who was born in Bolivar’s country too and has lived in France since 1981. Her work changes into a rhythmical discourse, harmonizing emotions and intimist pretensions in a wave of colors, abstractions and figurations. 

 

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