Artists

  • Abraham Benzadón

    Abraham Benzadón

    The works of A.Benzadón, in their different styles and techniques, maintain a very personal language that reflects the search for harmonious, clean, coherent spaces, with...
  • Alberto Schommer

    Alberto Schommer

    Vitoria, Spain, 1928-2015 Throughout its history he made hundreds of works and trips, having edited about a hundred books and collaborating as a jury or professor in...
  • Alexandra Moreira Rato

    Alexandra Moreira Rato

    Oporto, Portugal Alexandra was born in Porto and destiny led him to live in different parts of the world, sometimes as culturally diverse as Mozambique, Lisbon, London, Miami...
  • Alfonso Méndez

    Alfonso Méndez

    Madrid, Spain Traditional culture in the West and among them pictorial, is governed, in general, by established rules. I have no interest in accommodating those rules. My...
  • Amalia Moreno

    Amalia Moreno

    Amalia Moreno lives and works in Madrid. She is BA in Arts by the Complutense University of Madrid. She completed her final year in Milan, where she radically changed the way...
  • Angela Glajcar

    Angela Glajcar

    Mainz, Germany, 1970 Angela Glajcar is a German sculptor who works with plastic and paper and creates works that play with the space between material and vacuum. It...
  • Anke Blaue

    Anke Blaue

    Schleswig, Germany, 1967. Anke Blaue's work arises from the material, and it is the material that has to communicate to us what we are looking for, proposing a direct...
  • Antoni Tápies

    Antoni Tápies

    Barcelona, Spain, 1923-2012 One of the leading exponents of informalism worldwide, is considered one of the most outstanding Spanish artists of the twentieth century. The...
  • Antonio Sanz de la Fuente

    Antonio Sanz de la Fuente

    Burgos, Spain, 1951-2013 Abstract painter trained at the San Fernando Higher School of Fine Arts, expanding his knowledge and technique in Maastricht (Netherlands) and...
  • Antonio Saura

    Antonio Saura

    Huesca, Spain, 1930 He exhibits for the first time in 1950 at the Bookstore in Zaragoza and in 1952 at the Buchholz bookstore in Madrid, where he presents dreamlike and...
  • Atauri

    Atauri

    María Ángeles Atauri. Madrid, 1965 Very linked to nature, Atauri's work recreates scenarios immersed in landscapes, giving life to its elements and creating dialogues between...
  • Attilio Manzi

    Attilio Manzi

    Bolzano, Italy, 1967
  • Benjamín Palencia

    Benjamín Palencia

    Albacete, Spain, 1894-1980 Initially dazzled by a surrealism of zoomorphic and vegetal forms, he will keep certain aspects of cubism in his retina that will be key in the...
  • Bernabé Gilabert

    Bernabé Gilabert

    Ciudad Real, Spain, 1953 The base in a building is located at the bottom of the wall, but for Gilabert it is at visual height, losing part of its original meaning, reaching a...
  • Bernat Daviu

    Bernat Daviu

    Girona, Spain. 1982. Bernat Daviu’s practice encompasses painting, costume-design, performance and video. In his work, the everyday is confronted with avant-garde art...
  • Bonifacio

    Bonifacio

    Bonifacio Alfonso. San Sebastián 1933 - 2011. Donostiarra by birth (Pais Vasco, Sain), he was one of the most renowned contemporary Basque masters, although he did not fit in...
  • Boris Hoppek

    Boris Hoppek

    Kreutzal, Germany, 1970 Boris is in love with Barcelona and claims to have become accustomed to finally taking a nap ... Boris Hoppek, German of origin, currently lives and...
  • Carlos Evanglista

    Carlos Evanglista

    Salamanca, Spain, 1943 The sculptor Carlos Evangelista, representative of constructivist, conceptual and minimalist art, experiments with different materials, studying their...
  • Carlos García Rajel
  • Carlos Pérez Siquier

    Carlos Pérez Siquier

    Almeria, Spain, 1930 Carlos Pérez Siquier was born in Almería on December 14, 1930. His training goes through the School of Arts and Crafts in the capital, although his work...
  • Carlos Sánchez Alonso

    Carlos Sánchez Alonso

    Soria, Spain, 1963 In the works of Carlos Sanchez as could be the manual treatment of the little worked wood, chosen before transformed, among the forms that abound in the...
  • Catherine Vandeven

    Catherine Vandeven

    Dutch artist. His works have more abstract forms, the classical elements and studies often inspire his new works. Trained as a sculptor, her work focuses on the physical. In...
  • Cecilio Pla

    Cecilio Pla

    Valencia, 1860. Spanish painter. He began his studies at the San Carlos School of Fine Arts in Valencia and continued them in Madrid at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts,...
  • Cristina Batllori

    Cristina Batllori

    Barcelona, ​​1952 The study of the painter is like a small urban oasis. Different types of sand lie in large transparent boxes, waiting to become part of his paintings. At...
  • Daniel Sanseviero

    Daniel Sanseviero

    Caracas, Venezuela, 1978. Sanseviero has always had a passion for geometry and color. He has participated in more than 50 collective exhibitions and around 10 individual...
  • Daniel Sueiras

    Daniel Sueiras

    Alicante, Spain, 1976 Daniel Sueiras manages to create his own universe by exploring, through the pictorial and sculptural portrait, the human and animal behavior within its...
  • David Lechuga

    David Lechuga

    Madrid 1950. The sculptor David Lechuga was born in Madrid, where he studied at the Escuela de Artes Aplicadas and the Círculo de Bellas Artes. He was awarded several...
  • David Martín Castaño

    David Martín Castaño

    Palama de Mallorca, Spain, 1978 I have always experimented in the art world, I studied my first official art studies in the old Escola d'Art de Palma where I completed the...
  • David Vaamonde

    David Vaamonde

    Nimes, France, 1976 David Vaamonde is a complete artist He has a great facility to alternate techniques and for this reason you can see in his work a wide variety of forms of...
  • Demo

    Demo

    Toledo, Spain, 1960. Demo hunts it's roots in the pop. In the last years, his works has become a presence, almost constantly, in the exteriors of museums and galleries from...
  • Dominica Sánchez

    Dominica Sánchez

    Barcelona, Spain, 1945 Dominica's paintings are feminine works that dialogue with the viewer as an invitation to look and ask questions. From the intense red tones to the...
  • Eduard Arbós

    Eduard Arbós

    Barcelona, 1959. His work revolves around a reflection on architecture and its essential concepts: building, delimiting, opening, etc. He is especially interested in the...
  • Eduardo Chillida

    Eduardo Chillida

    San Sebastián, Spain, 1924-2002 Eduardo Chillida was born in 1924 in the Spanish Basque Country. Between 1943 and 1947 he studied architecture at the University of Madrid,...
  • Eduardo Martín del Pozo

    Eduardo Martín del Pozo

    Madrid, Spain, 1974 Eduardo Martín del Pozo constructs elementary forms based on gesture and color, creating direct and immediate images that gain power and resounding appeal...
  • Eduardo Pérez Cabrero

    Eduardo Pérez Cabrero

    The conceptual load of Eduardo Pérez-Cabrero Batlló's work analyses genetics as the fundamental engine of the human being's journey as opposed to the environment in which we...
  • Eusebio Sempere

    Eusebio Sempere

    Alicante, Spain, 1923 One of the most significant figures of Spanish art of the 20th century, who shares scenarios and ideas of kinetic art and is characterized by a poetics...
  • Fernando Maquieira

    Fernando Maquieira

    Ciudad Real, Spain, 1966 His first contact with photography is at age 15 when he starts working as an apprentice-assistant in the studio of Fernando Gordillo, a photographer...
  • Francisco Farreras

    Francisco Farreras

    Barcelona, Spain, 1927 Difficult to catalogue his work in artistic movements of his time, he can be included within geometric abstraction, abstract expressionism and...
  • Iñaki Ormaechea

    Iñaki Ormaechea

    Pamplona, Spain, 1959 Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of the Basque Country and Diploma in Graphic Design of Communication, Tracor Arts Institute. After working in...
  • Ion Sobera

    Ion Sobera

    Bilbao, Spain, 1978
  • Jacobo Banet

    Jacobo Banet

    Madrid, 1965. Degree in Law and Business Administration from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas ICADE in 1989. Master in Marketing, University of Berkeley, California, USA....
  • Jaume Plensa

    Jaume Plensa

    Barcelona, 1955. He studied at the Llotja School of Art and Design and at the Sant Jordi School of Fine Arts. Since 1980, the year of his first exhibition in Barcelona, he...
  • Joan Hernández Pijuan

    Joan Hernández Pijuan

    Barcelona, Spain, 1931-2005 He was born in 1931 and he died on 2005. In 1953 he made his first exhibition showing an expressionist style and with existential resonance. The...
  • Joan Miró

    Joan Miró

    Barcelona, Spain, 1893-1983 Considered one of the top representatives of surrealism. In his works he reflected his interest in the subconscious, in the "childish" and in the...
  • João Carlos Galvão

    João Carlos Galvão

    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1941 He was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1941. He studied at the National School of Fine Arts. Later he moved to Paris, where he came into...
  • Joaquim Chancho

    Joaquim Chancho

    Tarragona, Spain, 1943. Joaquim Chancho's work has been characterized by a rigorous structural awareness, by spatial orders, by chromatic links and by the expressiveness...
  • Jordi Alcaraz

    Jordi Alcaraz

    Barcelona, 1963. Alcaraz's discourse departs from the classical tradition of painting and sculpture in order to arrive at a constructed discourse of art itself through the...
  • Jose Cháfer

    Jose Cháfer

    Madrid, 1991. "My work is developed through the observation of the natural elements with which I relate. I seek to understand and represent organic forms that suggest...
  • José Guerrero

    José Guerrero

    Granada, Spain, 194-1991 José Guerrero moved to New York in 1949 where he interacts with abstract expressionist artists and participates with his work in different...
  • José Gutiérrez-Solana
  • José Luis Casas

    José Luis Casas

    León, 1979. José Luis Casas is a giant who moves in his arms the worn boulders from the river bank, to the silent gloom of his study. Houses converts old abandoned logs to...
  • José Macías González

    José Macías González

    Cáceres, Spain, 1963 Hyperbolic landscapes. Hyperbole: A rhetorical figure of thought that consists of exaggerating or diminishing what is said. "These landscapes are...
  • Josecho López Llorens

    Josecho López Llorens

    Madrid, Spain, 1965 Artist and designer with a heavy influence of the Minimal and Geometric Art movements. His work ranges from drawing and painting to sculpture, which...
  • Josep Guinovart

    Josep Guinovart

    Barcelona, 1927. Painter and engraver, protagonist of the Catalan pictorial avant-garde in the second half of the 20th century, together with Antoni Tàpies, Joan Josep...
  • Juan Gamino
  • Juan Manuel Díaz Caneja

    Juan Manuel Díaz Caneja

    Palencia 1905-Madrid 1988. He was a Spanish painter. His work is framed within the cubism, being characteristic in its theme the Castilian landscapes. The artists who...
  • Julián Gil

    Julián Gil

    Logroño, Spain, 1939 From 1954 to 1958 he studied at the School of Arts and Crafts in Logroño. From 1958 to 1963 he studied at the San Fernando School of Fine Arts in Madrid...
  • Julio Bauzá

    Julio Bauzá

    Montevideo, Uruguay, 1936. The chromatic geometries of Julio Bauzá, located between minimal art and concrete art, are the result of the evolution experienced by this artist...
  • Laureano Giscar

    Laureano Giscar

    Transylvania, Romania, 1970 Contemporary sculptor of figurative, hyper-realistic and neofigurative current. His works are intended as a reflection of the reality that...
  • Lourdes García O´Neill

    Lourdes García O´Neill

    Sevilla, Spain, 1959 Lourdes García O'Neill graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Seville in 1994. She has participated in multiple competitions, such as "Only for...
  • Luis Feito

    Luis Feito

    Madrid, Spain, 1929 In 1950 he entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando in Madrid, this being a brief figurative period, followed by Cubist experimentation....
  • Luis Medina

    Luis Medina

    Santander, Spain, 1955 Luis Medina believes in a continuous evolution of the work, which is naturally caused by the fact that he lets himself be carried away by his own...
  • Luis Vioque

    Luis Vioque

    Madrid, Spain, 1966. Since the beginning of her photography, Vioque has used the landscape for her work in a style that borders on minimalism. The small characters that...
  • Manolo Ballesteros

    Manolo Ballesteros

    Barcelona, Spain, 1965. Manolo Ballesteros's lines, created through subtle brushstrokes, create geometrical shapes that gradually take over the canvas, giving rise to...
  • Manolo Sánchez

    Manolo Sánchez

    Sevilla, Spain, 1964 Exquisite landscapes as a result of a controlled whirlpool of spots arising from a reduced and opposite color palette: a warm one, based on yellows and...
  • Manolo Valdés

    Manolo Valdés

    Valencia, Spain, 1942 Influenced by Velázquez, Rembrandt, Rubens and Matisse, Manolo Valdés creates a large-format work in which the lights and colors express a feeling of...
  • Manuel Ángeles Ortiz

    Manuel Ángeles Ortiz

    Manuel Ángeles Ortiz (Jaén, 1895 - Paris, 1984) is one of the key figures in the process of artistic renewal in Spain throughout the twenties and until the Civil War. It is a...
  • Manuel Hernández Mompó

    Manuel Hernández Mompó

    Valencia, Spain, 1927-1992 He began to frequent the School of Arts and Crafts of Valencia with thirteen years of age, although he officially began his studies in 1943,...
  • Manuel Salinas

    Manuel Salinas

    Seville, Spain, 1940 The key to the vault of his painting lies in a very intuitive way of reconciling gesture, construction, freedom and order and in his sensation of colour,...
  • María José Castaño

    María José Castaño

    Burgos, 1966. Graduate in Fine Arts, specialising in Painting. Complutense University of Madrid, 1991. Her childhood and youth was spent between Cascajares de la Sierra and...
  • María Yelletisch

    María Yelletisch

    Barcelona, Spain, 1987 Maria Yelletisch was born in Barcelona, Spain, in June 1987. She graduated from the University of Fine Arts in Barcelona, has a master degree in Art...
  • Marta Gómez de la Serna

    Marta Gómez de la Serna

    Madrid, Spain, 1953 Gómez de la Serna is a renowned painter who during her extensive career has exhibited her work in numerous prestigious rooms such as the Paris...
  • Melissa Provezza

    Melissa Provezza

    Brescia, Italy, 1978
  • Miguel Macaya

    Miguel Macaya

    Santander, Spain, 1964 Miguel Macaya is an extraordinary artist who surprises the spectator because he uses a traditional technique to make very contemporary works that leave...
  • Miguel Rodríguez Acosta

    Miguel Rodríguez Acosta

    Granada, Spain, 1927 Miguel Rodríguez-Acosta Carlström (Granada, 1927), is a painter, sculptor, illustrator and engraver. At the age of five, he already frequented the studio...
  • Moisés Yagües

    Moisés Yagües

    1972, Murcia. Self-taught training. He is a teacher of artistic education in Murcia, work that he combines with art. He has exhibited his work in galleries and museums in...
  • Natalia Román

    Natalia Román

    Barcelona, Spain, 1983 Graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, ​​she makes use of traditional techniques without losing sight of the many innovations created...
  • Olga Copado

    Olga Copado

    The painter and sculptor Olga Copado was born in Madrid in 1972, in a family of the steel industry. Sculptor of artistic-pictorial formation, her abstractism is inspired by...
  • Oliver Johnson
  • Pablo Gargallo

    Pablo Gargallo

    Zaragoza, Spain, 1881-1934 Throughout his career he simultaneously maintained two seemingly very different styles: a classic one, related to modernism in its beginnings and...
  • Pablo Palazuelo

    Pablo Palazuelo

    Madrid, Spain, 1915-2007 Palazuelo's work above all is the result of a dominant conception of excessively linear abstraction, which starts with post-impressionist experiences...
  • Pablo Picasso

    Pablo Picasso

    Malaga, Spain, 1881 He is considered since the genesis of the 20th century as one of the greatest painters who participated in many artistic movements that spread throughout...
  • Pablo Sobisch

    Pablo Sobisch

    Mendoza, Argentina, 1958 Pablo Sobisch presents a set of works of great subtlety, made on paper and with only a colored pen. The works show abstract forms of intense colors...
  • Patrizia Lohan

    Patrizia Lohan

    Giarre, Italy Using maximum austerity, Patrizia Lohan plays with the minimum shape variables that arise from a Modulor of her own design, arranged in a particular order and...
  • Pedro Zamora

    Pedro Zamora

    Barcelona, Spain, 1978 Painting without painting is the paradoxical synthesis of a work in which discarded cardboard and books become the main raw material. Manuel Fontán...
  • Peter Weber

    Peter Weber

    Kollmar/Elbe, Germany, 1944 The career of an artist could not be more varied: initially trained as a typesetter, Peter Weber has been interested in music since early...
  • Pilar Cavestany

    Pilar Cavestany

    Madrid, 1961. Pilar Cavestany makes a wonderful journey through the investigation of the boxes of methacrylate and inside, polyester, pvc painted by hand, where the light...
  • Pilar Pequeño

    Pilar Pequeño

    Madrid, Spain, 1944 From an early age he begins an intense relationship with drawing, later he begins to work with photography. All your projects are related to nature. He...
  • Rafael Canogar

    Rafael Canogar

    Toledo, Spain, 1935. Rafael Cano García (Rafael Canogar) is one of the most representative artists of Spanish art of the second half of the 20th century. "Painter full of...
  • Rafael Muyor

    Rafael Muyor

    Madrid, Spain, 1943 In1962 He entered Talleres de Arte Granda, where he received a very complete training of all disciplines related to Art (Drawing, Painting, Patinas and...
  • Ramón Cerezo

    Ramón Cerezo

    Barcelona, 1958. In Ramon Cerezo's work, emptiness is responsible for creating the three-dimensional perspective. Geometric shapes under an appearance of calculation and...
  • Rosa Amorós

    Rosa Amorós

    Barcelona, 1945. The main nucleus on which most of his work is based revolves around the essential questions that have troubled man from the beginning of the myths of...
  • Ruth Morán

    Ruth Morán

    Badajoz, Spain, 1976 Her works are the result of the encounter and tension between an action painting that flirts with chance and a great mastery of the compositional space...
  • Víctor Castillo

    Víctor Castillo

    Santiago de Chile, 1973. Born in Santiago de Chile in 1973, the same year that the military dictatorship was established in his country, Victor Castillo began to draw...
  • Xavi Carbonell

    Xavi Carbonell

    Alcoy, Spain, 1971. Xavi Carbonell's works resemble small dreams ... Understanding painting as a space for reflection and experimentation has been one of the keys that has...
  • Xavier Escribà

    Xavier Escribà

    Paris, 1969 He studied art in Barcelona (Sant Jordi Fine Arts College, University of Barcelona) and later in Paris (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris). He...
  • Xurxo Alonso

    Xurxo Alonso

    Buenos Aires (Argentina), 1956 Although born in South America, he is Galician, because of his family ancestry and because from the age of eight he lives in Vilagarcía de...

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