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"A chronicler of modern life, David Shrigley sees the absurd in the everyday, capturing and rendering it in a variety of different media. His simple and direct images, objects and stories, grapple with the burdens of humanity addressing fears, phobias, love and cruelty with and acerbic wit. They are expressions of beguiling honesty which display strange and often disturbing thoughts. Accessible, awkward and highly intuitive, his drawings are almost childlike in their execution yet display the inner workings of an often crazy world". Asi escriben sobre Shrigley en The Guardian. Resumen en La Castilla: el flaco hace obras sencillas y directas para mostrar nuestros miedos, fobias, amores y crueldades en este mundo loco.