The work of Juan Narowé moves between drawing and painting with frequent forays into selfpublishing and graphic work. His work includes a wide range of languages, media and formats that arise all from drawing. His narratives are nourished by sophisticated references to different disciplines such as literature and cinema. The numerous elements and characters that populate his imaginary arise from a slow sedimentation and a broad plastic reflection. Often the point of Narowé's game are fragments, memories of an after-dinner meal, a conversation or a meeting: anodyne remains of a shared moment. Stories and apparently very simple objects but whose power to evoke is infinitely captivating. – Francesco Giaveri.