Luis Medina’s acrylics refer to the normative art and within this to the organization orthogonal of the plane, through the line and the right angle. Luis Medina’s painting is in the neoplastic tradition rooted in the work of Mondrian and Van Doesburg. In Luis Medina’s work though there is a clear demarcation between, Cartesian rigor to experiment with color beyond reductionist purity, and its chromatic scale of intermediate shades, that result in works of great sensuality.