"Review: José-María Cundín The Supreme Leader and Other Ponderables" The Gambit
October 17th, 2017
By, Eric Bookhardt via bestofneworleans.com
What's with all those weirdly wavy Spanish paintings? Rounded forms can be alluring, but only Spanish artists have made them as immortal as Picasso's curvy, convoluted concoctions or Joan Miro's mysterious blobby squiggles — and only Fernando Botero could get away with a tubby, chubby Christ in crucifixion scenes.