Rafael Tur Costa

Ibiza, 1927

Painter and printmaker. In the sixties, his works were in black, while in the seventies he opted for a dominant use of white, with traces that recall informalism in pure colours and silver. His preoccupation with the textures of the matter is strongly evident. Tur Costa makes collages by superimposing pieces of paper, seeking profundity in white, but also as a way of reflecting on the space of painting itself. His work from the eighties combines aspects of informalism with geometry, enriching its textures.