Albano

Albano (Ávila, 1988) Albano Hernández, or simply Albano, is a Basque painter established in London. Bachelor in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid, he has been the recipient of multiple honors and awards since the beginning of his career such as the BMW, the First Prize at the Biennial of Fine Arts in […]

Juan Barjola

Juan Barjola (Badajoz, 1919 – Madrid, 2004) Juan Barjola is considered one of the most relevant Spanish painters in the second half of the 20th century in Spain. Linked to Asturias by his marriage to Honesta Hernández, he donated a large amount of his work to the city of Gijón and, in 1988, the City […]

Arturo Berned

Arturo Berned (Madrid, 1966): Berned is an architect and sculptor whose work is based upon the reinterpretation of both shapes and metal. With an abstract approach, his works are conceived on the basis of the laws of mathematics and highly symbolic geometric impulses, the result of which is a series of works created on the […]

Eduardo Chillida

  Eduardo Chillida (San Sebastián 1924-2002)   Eduardo Chillida, sculptor, writer and academic, is considered to be one of the most influential Basque artists of the 20th century and the highest representative of the so-called Informalist Sculpture movement in Spain. Within his work -both sculptural and graphic- Chillida defined spaces, creating holes and exploring the gaps, […]

Martin Chirino

  Martín Chirino (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 1925): Martín Chirino is one of the most prominent Spanish sculptors of recent decades. In 1958 he joined the “El Paso” group, founded by Antonio Saura, Manolo Millares and Rafael Canogar among others. At that time Chirino encountered what would become his leitmotif and allegorical reason for […]

Colita

  Isabel Esteva: Colita, (Barcelona, 1940)     Colita owes her name to her father, who told her that she was born under a cabbage plant (Col in Spanish), as did so many children of her time. Feisty woman, Colita has followed her city’s trace in addition to the trace of those who have made it what it has […]

Miguel Condé

  Miguel Condé (Pittsburgh 1939): Painter, draftsman, and figurative Mexican engraver, lives and works between Madrid and Sitges. Condé’s work is characterized by a very personal figuration prevailed by fantasy and symbolism. Delicate coloured spots extend beyond the drawing line, in his canvases tinged with poetry. In the engraving world he is considered one of the most […]

Juan Diaz

Juan Díaz (Toledo, 1953): Considered one of the best watercolor artists of the Spanish contemporary art scene, his compositions include large formats -highly unusual due to the technical challenges posed by watercolour. Moreover, some of his work depicts different parts of the same landscape. Thus the viewer can place the paintings together in a row […]

Hugo Fontela

  Hugo Fontela (Grado, Asturias, 1986): Hugo Fontela´s artistic training originated at the School of Arts and Crafts in Avilés where he learned to paint in an academical manner, and the School of Arts in Oviedo, where he prepared to enter into the Fine Art College, but ultimately decided not to, instead moving to New […]

Amadeo Gabino

Amadeo Gabino (Valencia, 1922-2004 Madrid) Prominent Spanish painter, sculptor and printmaker. Gabino´s first sculptures can be described as figurative, however from the sixties he experienced a shift towards Constructivism creating an internationally renowned personal style, working with a series of overlapping metal plates organised like a shield. The materials he works with are iron, steel, […]