Nox Omnibus Lucet


GOMEZ – Nox Omnibus Lucet

90 pages
15 x 21 cm

Varsi Editions by She.Lab

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Artist info


Luis Gomez de Teran (aka Gomez) was born in Caracas (Venezuela) in 1980. He has lived in London, Berlin and Rome, where he now resides.

 Gomez’s art is intensely symbolic and draws its inspiration from Baroque painting, in particular from the school of Caravaggio. His favourite themes are mythological, with particular reference to Greek and Christian mythology. His precise trait is inspired by his research on the human body both in moments of beauty and in those of decay and, above all, by what transpires from the human soul in the instants in which right emerges from wrong, and good from evil.

His accurate and attentive technique searches symmetry and light, always availing itself of contrasts and of the powerful dichotomy between beauty and horror, strength and weakness, winners and losers, freedom and slavery, life and death. Gomez is mostly self-taught in his use of oils, acrylics or the cans he uses to paint canvases, walls, iron or mirrors.

Gomez has realized walls in many cities, including Rome, Berlin, London, Barcelona and Mumbai.

Artist info


Paola Pompili (SHE.LAB) is an Art Director and Graphic Designer working for major communication agencies and publishing companies; she has been collaborating with Varsi since its opening and is in charge of the graphic and editorial image of the gallery. Her love and knowledge of paper is at the basis of all her creations; recently she has combined her various skills to set up an artisan bookbinding activity related to her editorial projects. SHE.LAB creates her works by combining her passion for graphic art and publishing in editorial projects which involve different printing techniques, hand-made bindings and a careful selection of paper. Every element that shapes the final product is specifically designed to express the work of the artist at its best.

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Printed in June, 2016

Nox Omnibus Lucet” by Gomez catalog was realized by SheLab and released in 2016 by Varsi Editions. It contains photos and texts from the exhibition besides the artist’s latest street art projects.

Catalog curators
Paola Pompili and Massimo Scrocca

Essay by Poeta del Nulla

Interview by Chiara Pietropaoli

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