Move over Murakami, Mollá is here, Roberto Mollá that is. The Spanish born artist decided the best place for his first exhibition would be the city that inspires his work, Tokyo.
Since then Roberto been presented in Japan in nine group exhibitions and seven solo exhibitions in galleries.
Many of his art starts off with graph paper, he then paints these very graphic black and white patterns of circles or teardrops ,into certain areas of the composition. It’s a Japanese graffiti artist and an illustrator, in one. At first glance, Mollá’s works are graphically powerful, but if you look at bit longer, you’ll notice this meticulous subtlety which is just beautiful.