José Pedro Croft

Reduced geometric sculptures and paintings characterize the work of  José Pedro Croft (1957), one of the greatest contemporary Portuguese artists. In the 1980s, he began his long journey through sculpture, using industrial materials, such as wood and metal, on glass or mirror surfaces. With an architectural dimension created through the application of materials and pigments, his sculptures and paintings conceive a game of tension, defragmentation and deconstruction between ... ver mais