Exuberant, mysterious, and magical at the same time, the polymorphic work of Francisco Sepùlveda, a Chilean contemporary artist, abounds with references to its South American roots and the different cultures to which it has been exposed during its numerous and incessant voyages. The critics look at this work and talk about the “Sepulveda Galaxy”, the palette of gods and compare it with a merry ogre with thunderous laughter, a voracious and insatiable giant, devouring universes. With his first exhibition dating back in 1995, he now regularly displays his works in France, Germany, Switzerland, and the United States of America. The artist has studied drawing, painting, and engraving at the School of Fine Arts in Santiago and then at the Atelier Wilfredo Lam, where he has explored the experimental techniques of Engraving.
The critics look at this work and talk about the “Sepulveda Galaxy”