Paintings by Daniel Besoytaorube

Daniel Besoytaorube’s work draws from subjective themes. His pieces “hook” the gaze – intriguing – retaining allusions (such simplicity produces a familiar strangeness). Against slate-gray backgrounds and in subtle hues, he impresses “signs and writing” that narrate a serene story. Perverse in modesty, he seems to suggest that his work is “simple and not intellectual at all.” The painter is more a “Sensitive scribe” than a “builder of images” (faded objects and landscapes play an opening of sensations – paintings of excellent craftsmanship and refined color). Besoytaorube – a calm spirit – fulfills his mission as an artist: the reunion with energy and mystery.

Pablo Menicucci