Artist: Hector Tadeo
Image Size: 34 1/2 x 47 in
Paper Size: 30 1/2 x 44 1/4 in
Edition of 99, printed on Somerset English paper, 100% cotton
Printed by The Americas Graphics, Miami, Florida, U.S.A.
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Hector Tadeo seeks to portray the issue of overpopulation through symbols and color. His pieces are composed of the overlay of symbols like crosses, circles, little houses, roses, and shapes that resemble airplanes. They all allude to the growing cities, the changes in migration, and the problems with housing. A special icon for him is that of roses, which he uses to represent femininity, an ode to his mother, who worked as a seamstress, and who would sew rose appliques in some of the clothes she made. A mass resembling an island exists in "Untitled VI", with undulating lines, we encounter a rhythmic composition that reminds us of the strength of the ocean, and the impact it has on our lives with its changing nature.
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