Luis Tovar at SVA Open Studios





Luis Tovar's drawings at the School of Visual Arts Open Studios event were mostly almost-abstract renderings of negative space, specifically the spaces of his own studio and those of the other artists in the school's loft building on 21st Street. These works on paper were expressive, charged, and gorgeous, whether "tiled" over an entire wall, pinned individually on another, arrayed on a light box or resting playfully on a cloth suspended from the ceiling.

I have seen Luis work since 10 yrs ago and he has shown a development over his work.

He always has new ideas that when he materialize his job in a paint, picture or sculture, he amaze us.

Justo F Guerrero