Letter to Diego Moya in the summer of 98
That world that has become more subtle, less epic, slower, more contemplative, and certainly more "Chinese". More chinesie - which is a very western way to be- poetic and pictorial, as if bathed by the waters that run through the narrow channels of the great Río Azul.
Enrique Andrés Ruiz, catalog for “Río Azul”
Series from 1997-2000
Foam and Wind
...In the battle between shadow and light, the tide of paint makes the ghostly trace of the sea's skin emerge, which the memory of the sun and the foam tear apart with areal or snowy flames.
Fernando Huici / in EL País, Marzo 2001 (Fragmento)