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 […]

Sergio Femar

Sergio Femar (Pontevedra, 1990) Influenced by the changing nature of street art, Sergio Femar’s work is very aware of the matter that composes it as well as its origins. He does not approach a new piece with a fixed idea in mind, letting the experience of working on it guide him, establishing connections with the […]

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 York […]

Amadeo Gabino

Amadeo Gabino (Valencia, 1922 – Madrid, 2004) 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, […]

Xavi Gonzalez

  Xavi González (Terrasa, 1980) passionate autodidact, currently resides in Berlin. Gonzalez finds in painting the language to express the most unspeakable truths of the soul, and also deeps his toes in other disciplines such as music, thought, poetry, to connect and enrich  his creative experience. With references to Nietzsche Philosophy or the sacred texts from the Old […]

Josep Guinovart

  Josep Guinovart (Barcelona, 1927-2007) Catalan painter, draftsman and etcher, Guinovart is an essential artist to understand the Spanish art history of the second half of the 20th century. His artistic career begins with a figurative stage that evolves to a social thematic and then digs into abstraction and informalism. In 1957 Guinovart began to experiment […]

Patica Jenkins

Patricia (Patica) Jenkins Gibson (Arequipa, 1954) Patica Jenkins is considered in the context of Peruvian art – even being self-taught – as a continuation of the current of concrete art, which has managed to be polished and creating a distinctive and recognizable stamp in universal contemporary art. The foundations of all its production are being laid […]


Kiker (Aller, 1949) His mastery of drawing and color, imagination, expressiveness, irony, fine metaphorical ability that possess, as well as his exceptional talent to reinvent itself, are some of the characteristics defining the style of this artist whose work always has a recurring theme: “The man and his circumstances”. Even in its landscapes, flowers, still lives […]

Irma Álvarez Laviada

Irma Álvarez Laviada (Gijón, 1978) Irma currently lives and works in Marseille. Laviada is a Fine arts Graduate by the University of Vigo, who currently pursues a PHD under the title “El vacío como despliegue autorreflexivo de la propia obra”. Exhibitions, participation in art fairs, awards and collections: Irma has exhibited in numerous galleries at national and international levels […]

Víctor López

Víctor López (Madrid, 1975) Víctor López presents us with a dream world of vibrant tones, endearing characters and impossible stories. With a figuration very close to illustration and elements borrowed from the Surrealists, López presents us with paintings, reliefs and sculptures full of criticism and irony. An eye observes the cosmos through a keyhole, a […]

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