“Gran Vía without Humans” is an acrylic painting on canvas.
It is mounted on a 2 cm thick wooden stretcher.
The sides are painted black so it can be displayed without a frame.
The painting is protected with two coats of glossy varnish.
As a farewell to his stay in Madrid, the artist represents the Gran Via, one of its most famous streets. Social criticism is again present in his art, showing a central street in a big city where people are forbidden to circulate, and where nature is recovering its place. It is a critical to the prevailing repression in modern society. This work is the first of the “Cityscapes” series.