The works of Carlos Mati from the Hopi Hope Collection are a deep immersion in an abstract world elevated to another dimension, where the artist brings the convergence between the human and the divine closer to the viewer.
His works stand out for the formats created with the containers where the rice rests after cooking in Thailand, for its sacred geometry and for the application of color.
It is an essential artist in the collections of art lovers.
Carlos Mati (Seville, 1974) is a plastic artist with a degree in fine arts from the University of Pontevedra.
This artist currently resides in Jávea (Alicante) and has lived in Pontevedra, Thailand and Mexico.
Carlos Mati shows the viewer his own language that he has been creating over the course of his career, it is very common to see an evolutionary leap in each decade.
In recent years, he shows in his work a spiritual leap connecting with the ancestral energy inspired by the HOPI HOPE KACHINAS (bearers of life) with an abstract and metaphorical language of wildlife.
In its previous stage, we were transferred to MICROMUNDOS apparently from other dimensions where we were discovered by species from other galaxies characterized by a special love and very friendly.
His works are part of international collections and he has exhibited on different occasions in different countries, his most recent work is exhibited at Espacio14 Art Gallery