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Rober Sosa Backgound

Starting from the dot, Rober communicates with the canvas, the pencil, the paint, and himself—starting with the point, giving Rober a new start and allowing himself to create his unique style of art to have a respected and well-known space in the art world. The exhibition "Beginning" is a vibrant, emotional, and colorful illustration of Rober's return to the canvas after years of promoting cultural events in Durango, Mexico. 

Rober's style was very technical and academic for most of his career. These skills have given him a solid foundation to create any art style. In this exhibition, we will see a completely different Rober, an artist who begins to create his unique style, technique, and discourse.



Point to Line.


The Point

"Minimum unit of graphic expression and origin of all forms. Its definition, from a geometric point of view, is the place where two lines intersect, and it lacks dimension; it only marks a position in space".

Museum of Contemporary Art of Alicante

The Line

“Dynamic trajectory of a point. It arises from movement, tension, and direction. The stroke is the most expressive line. It can also have contour, color, and texture. It is an element that represents shapes and configures surfaces: patterns, chiaroscuro...”

Museum of Contemporary Art of Alicante

Rober's exhibition "Beginning" consists of dots, lines, colors, and free composition, as you can see. His expression of the abstract is without limits. This freestyle approach gives rise to a particular way of seeing the abstract. He says: "I like everything in art. I want to experience everything, combine things and ideas, styles, techniques, and discourses. I am enjoying this artistic discovery stage a lot". Rober gives a title to each of his pieces to give the viewer an introduction and opportunity for interaction and interpretation.

This diverse exhibition expresses Rober's skills in creating different art styles. For example, The Creation and The Blue Whale are vibrant and full of color and light. However, Trotsky's portrait is a bit more chaotic yet full of expression and feeling. He painted The Threshold, The Walker, and the Fisherman during a time of grief following the death of a beloved family member.  

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