Born in Cuba in 1992, Darian Mederos began painting portraits from the very beginning, becoming famous for his hyperrealistic style and rich in detail. Looking through something is one of the many fetishes that every artist has, using an obstacle makes the vision more intriguing and less obvious: that’s why Darian has created a series of works that use the expedient of sheets of bubble wrap.
The contrast between the detailed hyperrealism and the visual approximation of the “blurred” that hides under the plastic bubbles, make Darian’s works unique and ask us several questions including:
What does it mean to look through?
Darian teaches us to grasp the true essence of things, without them manifesting themselves openly before us.