The art of Mitsuo Miura (b. 1946, Iwate), who has lived in Spain since 1966, stands out for its near-geometrical shapes and well-defined colours that vary according to the themes explored. His work uses a wide range of methods, techniques and disciplines and has an affinity with certain languages of the movements that arose in the second half of the 20th century, such as minimalism. His works tend to establish a dialogue between the materials used and the space that hosts them, while making almost imperceptible references to elements of nature, elements that are highly stylised and reduced to their minimum expression.
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