Joan Bennàssar's art is marked by a remarkable study of the Mediterranean roots, in which he investigates the society, sex and culture of the Balearic Islands as the backbone of the Mediterranean.
“Razones humanas” (Human Reasons) adresses the essentially fragile nature of the future, highlighting the ties that bind humans with a common goal.
It is a synthesis between three spaces, in the Calvary of Pollensa raises us to the heights inhabited by the tribulations and triumphs of the heart; in the Convent Church takes us into the labyrinth of public affaris and laws. “The Tower of the Muses Garden “, in the Torre de Canyamel, is the magical space caused by the poetic atmosphere, the walled garden where inspiring goddesses of the arts pamper the poet, possessed by the eternal truth in a woman's body, ephemeral by nature. It is the studio where he scribbles alchemical lines of wishes and desires that desecrate his most sacred spaces. It is to be alive, living together and the emotions.
Jointly, the three of them reflect the quest to answer the principal questions that surround the human being.
Canyamel, Summer 2020.