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35 Baker Street, London W1U 8EN
Exhibition: 1 - 27 February 2016
Private View: Tuesday, 2nd February 2016, 6-8pm

Mauro Federico Romero Bayter
‘Urban Labyrinths’

'Federico Romero Bayter was born in Colombia, he studied at the Accademia di Brera in Milan and he now lives in Genoa, a city which is as mythical as it is fascinating due to its closeness to the sea and its rich history.

The artist combines both the Latin American and the Italian culture in a rich polyphony of colours, suggestions and signs. As he himself declares he “started drawing when he was born” and took in the love for art from his family. In the two “worlds” he has lived in he recognizes the affinity of passions and religious spirituality. Those two worlds with their contradictions dominate his work where they miraculously merge in dynamic lines which give evidence of his determined use of the paintbrush.

Bayter is an artist of his time in every respect; with him paintings become tridimensional, architectural, perspective space. The vitalism of what he is doing is transmitted without veil, without complicated or solipsistic motivation. Obviously his deeper ego is constantly present and he continues his research, but the numerous signs of acceptance he has been gaining in Italy and beyond prove him right.

By including all kind of places and nations his work seems to comprise the entirety of the world, yet outlining and stressing specific differences. And this is the best way of being an artist in search of their ideal beauty.' - Vittoria Coen

Hay Hill Gallery also presents a wide sculpture collection of contemporary and modern masters.

With the compliments of Hay Hill Gallery, the pleasure of your
company is requested to attend the private view of the exhibition
on Tuesday 2nd February 2016, 6-8pm
at Hay Hill Gallery, 35 Baker Street, London W1U 8EN
rsvp@hayhillgallery.com, 020 7935 5315


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