Read about Enrique Campuzano

Enrique Campuzano’s work comprises a series of paintings in a realistic manner. His works are filled with minute detail making them a spectacle to the eyes. He does not consider himself a realist painter and has rejected the term Hyper Realism to qualify his work. He uses reality as a reference and never copies it. He usually works on large canvases where he portrays various objects in interesting compositions. Sometimes cropped, the subjects acquire an abstract aura, thus transforming ordinary objects into something more complex and that requires active contemplation. Among his most recent solo exhibitions, we find “Floating Encounters”, The Americas Collection” (Miami, FL, 2016), “Retrospective”, University of Talca (Chile, 2017) Fundación Cultural Providencia (Santiago de Chile, 2018).

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