This abstract painting is comprised of geometric shapes, superimposed, mixed together. Several checkered patterns - a recurrent feature throughout Albano's works - lay hidden behind an array of rectangular pastel blues. The diversity of the materials - oil, acrylic, graphite even enamel - and the different motifs which make up the painting encourages one to very gradually discover the piece, leading the viewer from one shape to the next, drawing him ever deeper into the work. Similar to some other works by Albano the title refers to a place. In this case, Nogales in Mexico.

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