David Xuereb is a full time artist as well as the owner & director of Gallery Last Touch, Mosta.
How did you get started?
I’m too old to remember.
What genre do you consider your work to be?
I am never constrained by genre or material, so I tend to not think about those things.
Describe your work in less than 10 words.
Experimental, constantly evolving.
Where was your first exhibition held?
My first solo show was “Variations” at the Galleria Complex in Fgura in 2002.
How long have you been practising your art?
Close to 50 years now.
Which is your favourite from among your own artworks?
I am pretty fond on my latest series Rooftopography.
Whose artist’s work are you most inspired by?
Degas & Monet.
If you weren’t an artist, what would you be?
What is the epitome of happiness for you?
Working alone in my studio.
What are you working on at the moment?
A number of projects. Currently still expanding on the Rooftopography series & Glassworks plus some other exciting stuff to be revealed soon.
Are you a morning person or do you come alive at night?
Time of day makes no real difference to me; it’s only mood that counts.
How many coffees a day? Don’t embellish.
Depends on how many coffees they make for me.
Sundays can be very productive for some and very unproductive for others. How do you spend yours?
With my family.
Wine and cheese. Yes or no?
If you were given a million euros, what would you indulge yourself with?
Expanding Gallery Last Touch & filling it with the latest state of the art equipment to experiment in more directions.
Favourite place to holiday?