On the wall at the Leila Heller Gallery in Dubai, over 400 pieces of blue ceramic comprise an installation both light and imposing, I Will Take You Up to the Stars. On the wall next to it is an enormous anemone in brushed aluminium, Anemonae, material which also brings form to the sculpture Secret Garden, which suggests a maze-like garden, created and positioned in such a way to create games of light and shadow. These are just some of the recent works, created with various materials such as aluminium, ceramics, resin and pigment, mostly quite large, which Eduardo Perez-Cabrero is presenting in his personal exhibition entitled Silent Day. His works speak, telling of just to what extent the work of the Catalan artist, born in Barcelona in 1961, is influenced by the culture of his country and land. The Mediterranean is ever-present in his choice and use of colour - blue, yellow, white, green - in intense and joyous shades, revealing itself further in the sinuous and rounded forms of the sculptures, recalling the organic world and transmitting energy and sensuality.