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  • Valerio Adami

    Valerio Adami (Bologna, March 17, 1935) is a painter, designer and Italian engraver whose style is based on Cubism.

    Recognized as one of the greatest living European artists, Valerio Adami is distinguished by its personal style, synthesis of Cubism, Futurism and Pop art.

    Get a solid grounding in the study of Achille Funi at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan (1951-1954). He settled in Paris in 1957, and thereafter operates straddles France and Italy.

    His initial style is expressionist, and combines violent and humorous images, under the influence of Roberto Matta and comic strips.

    Starring in his first major exhibition in 1962 (London, Institute of Contemporary Art), and soon participates in Documenta III of Kassel.

    In the mid-60s, his best-known fixed Adami, pop-influenced style: stylized images, outlined in black on areas of intense flat colors. Its creative process starts of photographs and other images of its surroundings, Crumbling, combines and presents in schematic form.

    Its success is fast, and in 1968 represents Italy in the Venice Biennale.

    At that time, four large murals decorate the headquarters of Firstar Bank in Madison (Wisconsin, USA)

    The images created by Adami frequently offer fragments of the modern society, taken out of context and perspective and objects that seem so new. In his early pop style, creates visions of desert spaces, but later representing characters of modern culture comoSigmund Freud and James Joyce.

    His most recent stage, from the 80, focuses on the creation of fantastic spaces where it revitalizes myths of Western culture from Ovid, shaping references to the beauty, creativity, desire and sex.

    He devotes a number of Eighty, French magazine on the art of the 80s; It is also studied powered by The New Yorker, and deserves studies critics of Italo Calvino and Jacques Derrida.

    In 1985 he dedicated a retrospective at the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris and Milan Communo. It is noteworthy other exhibitions in Boston, Brussels, Hamburg, Mexico, Jerusalem, Paris (Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville) and Milan (Palazzo Reale).

    In 1993 Academy-Foundation Adami in Liechtenstein is created.

    In 2005, he dedicates an exhibition of drawings in Madrid. However, their presence in Spanish collections is very limited. His works are mentioned in the IVAM of Valencia, that had dedicated an individual sample to late 90s.

  • Sergi Aguilar

    1969 British Institute, Barcelona.

    Trudi Fath, Göppingen.Germany.

    1970 Gallery Llibreria de la Rambla, Tarragona.

    1974 Sculpture / Dibuix, Adrià Gallery, Barcelona.

    1976 Dessins et sculptures, White Gallery, Lutry-Lausanne. Suisse.

    1977 "Horitzontal" Thirteen Gallery, Barcelona.

    1978 Gallery Thirteen, "Art 9'78", Basel, Suisse.

    1980 Gallery 3 i 5, Girona.

    1981 Sculptures, Debuxos, Colaxes, 1978-1980 Vandrés Gallery, Madrid.

    1982 Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona.

    Sculptures and Debuxos 1984, Museum of Contemporary Spanish Art, Madrid.

    Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona.

    1986 Municipal House of Culture, Avilesino.

    Museu d'Art of Sabadell, Barcelona.

    "Júlia" Artgràfic, Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona.

    1987 "Sculptures and drawings", Chicago International Art Exposition Gallery J.Prats.

    "Sculptures and drawings," Joan Prats Gallery, New York.

    "Sculptures and drawings", Art Cologne, Joan Prats Gallery, Cologne Germany.

    1988 Gallery Soledad Lorenzo, Madrid.

    1989 Joan Prats Gallery, New York.

    Altair Gallery, Palma de Mallorca.

    Flanders Contemporary Art, Minneapolis.USA

    1991 Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona.

    Joan Miró Foundation, Barcelona.

    Art Gallery Tàpies, Kobe, Xapón.

    Paul Gallery, Tokyo, Xapón.

    1992 Candas Sculpture Center. Asturias.

    "Trams" Artgràfic, Galeria Joan Prats, Barcelona.

    "Expo 92, Sevilla" Pavelló de Catalunya, Sevilla.

    Joan Prats Gallery, New York.

    1993 "Rastres" Galeria Francesc Machado, Girona.

    1994 "Zul, papeis and Cartons, 1974-1994" Sala Rekalde, Bilbao.

    Art Gallery Tàpies, Kobe, Xapón.

    1995 "after" Galeria Joan Prats, Barcelona. "Zul, papeis and cartons, 1974-1994". Fundacao Gulbenkian, Lisbon.

    1996 Galeria Antonio de Barnola, Barcelona.

    "74.82.95." Marcelino Botin Foundation, Santander.

    1997 Gravats i obres on paper. Caligrama gallery. Barcelona

    1998 "Seqüències" Galeria Carles Poy, Barcelona.

    Art Gallery SCQ, Santiago de Compostela.

    "Pas d'ombra" Sales d'Exposició Can Palauet. Mataro, Barcelona

    "Portable" Galeria Palma XII. Vilafranca, Barcelona.

    2001 "Bi" Art Gallery VGO. Vigo, Spain.

    2002 "Zone", Galeria Almirante, Madrid.

    2003 "Silent" Espazo Caixa de Burgos, Burgos.

    "01.02.03" Robayera Exit Art. City Council of Miengo. Cantabria.

    "15 Obres (1986-2001)" Thirteen Gallery. Ventalló, Girona.

    2004 "perimetry" Abbey of Santo Domingo de Silos, Burgos.

    "Sergi Aguilar 1994-2004" Foundation Duques de Soria, Soria.

    2005 "2001-2005" Contemporary Art Gallery SCQ. Santiago de Compostela

    "Transfer" Nau cochlea. Saus, Camallera, Girona.

    2009 "2001/2009 Des of" Michael Dunev art projects, Torroella de Montgri, Girona.

    2010 "2004-2009", Art Gallery SCQ, Santiago de Compostela

    "600 km." Galeria Estranydelamota, Barcelona.

    2014 "ao-Gir, Estranydelamota Gallery, Barcelona.

  • Eduardo Arranz-Bravo

    Eduardo Arranz-Bravo born 1941 in Barcelona.


    • Museum of Fine Arts, Vitòria
    • Museum of Fine Arts, Sevilla
    • Museum Vilafamés
    • Royal Museum, Brussels
    • Haus der Kunst, Munich
    • Olympic Museum in Lausanne
    • Fundació "La Caixa", Barcelona
    • Opera House, Amsterdam
    • Spanish Museum of Contemporary Art, Madrid
    • Queen Sofia Arts Center (MNCARS) National Museum, Madrid
    • Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya (MNAC), Barcelona
    • Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), Barcelona
    • Museum of Hospitalet, L'Hospitalet
    • Museum of Modern Art, Tarragona
    • The Art Museum, Ashdod
    • Atlantic Centre of Modern Art, Las Palmas
    • Procter & Gamble, Belgium
    • Toyo Bank, New York
    • Foundation Josep Suñol, Barcelona
    • Yomanouchi Edition, Japan
    • Skidmore Art Museum, Saratoga Springs
    • Buhl Collection, New York
    • Ritz Carlton Pacific Place, Jakarta, Indonesia
    • JW Marriot, Jakarta, Indonesia
    • Chemrisk, San Francisco
    • WeissComm Partners, San Francisco
    • Vila Casas Foundation, Barcelona
    • Fran Daurel Foundation, Barcelona
    • Carmen & Lluís Bassat Foundation, Mataro
  • Eduardo Arroyo Rodríguez

    Arroyo Eduardo Rodriguez was born in Madrid in 1937 is a Spanish painter of figurative style linked to pop art. Key to the new Spanish figuration, Arroyo gained national prominence in the late art circuit, from the 80s, after a distance of two decades forced by the Franco regime. Currently, his works hang in the most famous Spanish museums and creativity extends to theater designs and illustrated editions.

    In 1963 exhibits in the Third Biennial of Paris, part of the group L'Abbatoir. His opposition to the Franco regime is manifested in this sample and the one made in the same year, in the Biosca gallery of Madrid it would be closed shortly after its opening. Two years later, in Paris he participates in the exhibition 25 years of peace as opposed to the twenty-fifth anniversary of Franco. During those years, some of their concerns is the controversy between the political commitment and avant-garde art. Born the series Live and Let Die or the tragic end of Marcel Duchamp (1965) and remade Miró (1966). His work is integrated fully into the Pop movement of American connotations and narrative nuances with a rich iconographic vocabulary that allows you to satirize and criticize the culture, politics and society of his time.

    In the late sixties, working on projects scenographic next to Klaus Gruber. In 1973 he returned to Paris and, the following year, he travels to Valencia where he was arrested and expelled from Spain. Thereafter and become obsessional from the perspective of a refugee themes of exile. In 1976, the death of Franco allowed to return to Spain and start a new artistic phase. The recognition of his work is evident with the National Prize of Plastic Arts of the Ministry of Culture (1982) or the title of Knight of Arts and Letters awarded by the French government and numerous retrospectives of his work as those held in the National Library of Madrid, at the Centre Pompidou in Paris or the Guggenheim Museum in New York.

  • Erwin Bechtold

    Erwin Bechtold, born in Cologne in 1925. In 1949 he graduated as master printer, in order to continue the family business; but he chose the artistic path. His hometown witnessed the first individual and collective performances of his work in 1950. Then he went to Paris, where he worked with Fernand Léger, and from there, planned a short trip to Barcelona, ​​which became a permanent stay.

    The fifties were decisive: a solo exhibition in Barcelona, ​​supported by the Club 49 (underground cultural movement), and Madrid; participation in the II Spanish-American Biennial of Barcelona, ​​and the exhibition Eine neue Richtung der Malerei in (A new way of painting) at the Kunsthalle Mannheim, where he had his first encounter with the German painters of his generation. At this time, his paintings were of high surface concentrations of materials in the center or at the edges.

    In 1954 he visited Ibiza for the first time; and in 1958, after a long stay in Berlin, he moved to the island with his wife, Christina, a former estate in San Carlos; without interrupting its relations with Barcelona nor with European art centers. In recent years, the island had become an important center for artists and intellectuals from all over the world. Bechtold initiative, the Ibiza 59 group was created.

    In 1961, he was invited for the first time, an exhibition of contemporary Spanish art that toured European capitals. In 1965 he produced paintings of organic forms that caused a scandal during his exhibition at the Kunstverein in Cologne. The same pictures, presented in London and Madrid, were exhibited without incident. At this time, he was invited as a lecturer to England; and he participated in international activities SYN group, in addition to the fourth Documenta in Kassel.

    In 1979 he created the Monoserie, audiovisual installation, presented at the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona, ​​later in the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum Ludwigshafen and the Lonja de Palma de Mallorca.

    In 1987 he began his painting theme development angle / area / space. Among his most notable work includes integration of the four facades Reiss-Museum and the great reliefs of rusty iron for Daimler Benz in Mannheim, conducted between 1986 and 1990. Since then, his work has been exhibited in museums Athens, Barcelona, ​​Berlin, Budapest, Cologne, Dortmund, Freiburg, Hannover, Heidelberg, Ibiza, Madrid, Mannheim, Moscow, Palma de Mallorca, San Sebastián, Stuttgart, Valencia and Washington. Erwin Bechtold, has several distinctions, among which include: First Prize FAD 1961 Mention Prize Joan Miró in Barcelona 1973, IV Biennial Award Ibiza 1974 Siurell d'Honneur in Palma de Mallorca 1999, 2005 and Premi Illes Pitiuses Illes Balears Ramon Llull Prize 2006. he was elected member of the Deutscher Künstlerbund Berlin in 1962 and the Freie Akademie der Künste Mannheim in 1983.

    In 1990, also in Germany, he was granted the honorary title of professor for his outstanding artistic work.

  • Pedro Calapez

    Born in 1953 in Lisbon.

    He began participating in exhibitions in the seventies and in 1982 held his first solo exhibition.

    He has shown his work in galleries and museums:

    City House, Rome, Carré des Arts, Paris and the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon (1991), Petit Jardin et Paysage, Chapel Salpêtrière, Paris (1993), involuntary memory, Museum Chiado, Lisbon (1996), Field Shadow, the Pilar and Joan Miró in Mallorca (1997), Studiolo, INTERVAL, Raum fur Kunst & Kultur, Witten, Germany (1998), Mother Water, MEIAC Foundation - Museum of Contemporary Art, Badajoz and CAAC - Andalusia Center Contemporary art (2002), Selected Works 1992-2004 Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon (2004), the zero stage, CGAC - Contemporary art Centre of Galicia, Santiago de Compostela (2005), places paint, CAB - Box art Center Burgos, Burgos (2005).

    Summary group exhibitions:

    Venice Biennale (1986) and S. Paulo (1987 and 1991) and Exhibition 10 contemporary, Serralves Museum, Porto (1992), Perspectives, Marne-La Vallée, Center for Contemporary Art (1994), the day after tomorrow CCB - Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon (1994), echoes the theme, MEIAC, Badajoz (1996), Tage Und Der Dunkelheit Des Licht, Bonn Art Museum (1999), EDP.ARTE, Serralves Museum, Porto ago (2001), from Zero to 2005. Reflections on Portuguese art - Marcelino Botin Foundation, Santander (2005), Beaufort Exterior - Interior Triennial of Contemporary art, Museum PMMK, Ostende (2006).

  • Rafols Casamada

    He was born on February 2, 1923 in the city of Barcelona. He began studying architecture but left to devote himself to the arts through the support of his father, Albert Rafols i Culleres. In 1950 he won a scholarship to travel to France, where he settled in Paris until 1954 with his wife, the painter Maria Girona i Benet.

    He died on December 17, 2009.

    His work is characterized by a compositional elegance of orthogonal structures to which is attached an emotional and bright color sensitivity. After showing an interesting relationship in the sixties and seventies, with movements like neodadá and the new realism, his work has focused on pure and intensely pictorial values: color fields in expressive harmony on highlighting lines charcoal, which They relate them in a harmonious gestural stroke. At the same time, his interest in art pedagogy, led him to found, in 1967, the Escola Eina.

    study architecture and painting in Barcelona, ​​and received a strong creative impulse in Paris, where, in the fifties, met poscubista figurative painting. Knowledge of the work of Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Miro and so on, greatly influenced the young painter, like his theoretical approach to American abstract expressionism.

    When in 1955 finally return to Barcelona, ​​he began his own artistic path, which, it is well known, it has led to the creation of a vast work that has brought him international recognition.

    He has published twenty books, mostly of poetry and art.

    Among the awards he has received include:

    - Print Award 1951. Rosa Vera.

    - 1980 National Prize of Plastic Arts.

    - Caceres 1981. Painting Prize.

    - 1982 Creu de Sant Jordi. Generalitat de Catalunya.

    - Chevalier de l'Ordre 1985. des Arts and Letters. France

    - 1991 Arts Award CEOE. Madrid. - L'Ordre des Officer of Arts and Letters. France.


    The work of Albert Rafols Casamada found in major museums and public collections from five continents, this is a small list of some of them:

    Joan Miro Foundation

    - Caixa de Pensions, Barcelona

    - Centro de Arte Reina Sofía

    - Circulo de Bellas Artes, Madrid

    - Fundacion Juan March, Madrid

    - Foreign Affairs Ministry, Madrid

    - Senate Palace, Madrid

    - National Library, Madrid

    - Guggenheim Museum, New York

    - Museum of Modern Art, New York

    - University of New Mexico

    - Harvard University

    - Menil Collection, Houston

    - Museum of Modern Art, Los Angeles

    - Chase Manhattan Bank

    - Carnegie Institute, Pittsburg

    - Picasso Museum, France

    - Vincent Van Gogh Foundation, Arles

    - Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris - Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris

    - Fonds National d'Art Contemporain, Paris

    - British Museum, London - Tate Gallery, London

  • Jorge Castillo

    He born in Pontevedra in 1933.

    In 1969 he was invited to live and work for a year in Berlin, where he made numerous paintings, prints and sculptures.

    In the sixties the fame of Castle consolidates, and exposures occur in the main galleries of the world, leading to write about the most important critics Castillo.

    The first monograph on the Galician artist, written by Werner Haftmann appears in 1977.

    In 1982 the famous Marlborough Gallery, arbiter of contemporary arts in America is linked.

    In Spain definitively it establishes the publication of the monograph of Ratcliff cited by Lana Polígrafa editions.

    In his hometown, Pontevedra, is devoted a special room during the celebration of the Biennial, in 1988.
    Said New York gallery and the Meadows Museum in Dallas, Texas, devote major exhibitions that are repeated in Barcelona and Santiago de Compostela in 1990.

    Work in Museums and Collections:

    - Albertina Museum, Vienna, Austria. - Museum des 20, Jahrhundetts, Vienna, Austria. - Ausstellungshallen Mathildenhohe, Stadtische, Germany. - Kunstsammlung und Stadtmuseum, Darmstadt, Germany. - Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne, Germany. - Kunsthalle, Bremen, Germany. - Kunstmuseum, Essen, Germany. - Kunstverein fur die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Dusseldorf, Germany. - Kunstmuseum, Bochum, Germany. - Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany. - Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany. - Fundacion March, Madrid, Spain. - Kiosco Alfonso, La Coruna, Spain. - Museum of Vitoria, Vitoria, Spain. - National Library of Spain, Madrid, Spain. - Museum of Pontevedra, Spain. - Castrelos Museum, Vigo, Spain. - Museum Carlos Maside-Sada, La Coruna, Spain. - Plaça de Sants, Bacelona, ​​Spain. - Centro Galego de Arte Contemporanea, Santiago de Compostela, Spain. - Cabinet Des Estampes du Musee d'Art et d'Histoire, Geneva. - Musee Cantonal des Beux-Arts, Lausanne, Switzerland. - Musee d'Art et d'Histoire, Fribourg, Switzerland. - Archer M. Huntington Art Gallery, University of Texas at Austin, United States. - Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, United States. - Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, United States. - San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, United States.

  • José Luis Cuevas

    José Luis Cuevas (1934-) painter, draftsman, writer, engraver, sculptor and illustrator Mexican born on February 26, 1934 in Mexico City.

    His artistic training is self-taught. It has been one of the main figures of the "generation of rupture" with the Mexican muralists and one of the most prominent representatives of neofigurativismo.

    It's draftsman, printmaker, sculptor and illustrator. Before turning 10 years old, Cuevas is registered as irregular student to the School of the Emerald; continues his artistic training at Mexico City College, taking classes recorded with Lola Cueto. 

    In the mid-50s, the work of Cuevas beginning to be recognized by collectors and specialized critics, including José Gómez Sucre, who invited him to exhibit at the Pan American Union (Washington, DC).

    José Luis Cuevas acquires notoriety for his constant exhibitions in the United States and in Mexico, the rest of Latin America and Europe, including Edouar Loeb Gallery in Paris, the artist Pablo Picasso important work of Cuevas purchase.

    They have been different awards and recognitions Cuevas has received throughout his career, for example, in 1967 the exhibition "Rosk 67" presents him as one of the 50 most important painters of the time. That same year, the New York Times, one of the Americans-most important newspapers, places it among the greatest artists of the twentieth century.

    Among his numerous solo and group exhibitions include those in Washington DC (1954), Paris (1955) and New York (1957).

    • First International Drawing Prize, Bienal de São Paulo (1959).
    • First International Engraving Prize, I Triennial New Delhi (1968).
    • National Fine Arts Award by the government of Mexico (1981). [2]
    • Doctor Honoris Causa from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (1984). [3]
    • International Award of the World Council of Engraving, San Francisco (1984).
    • He received the Order of Knight of Arts and Letters of the French Republic (1991).

    He was named Artist of the City by the Government of the Federal District of Mexico, at which the José Luis Cuevas Museum was also opened in 1992.

  • Rosendo Cid

    Rosendo Cid

    - Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Vigo. Sculpture specialty (June 1999).

    - Biennium Coñecemento doctorate and artistic PRODUCTION (2000-2002) University of Vigo.




    - The genius of the ladder. CGAC. Santiago de Compostela.


    - Meanwhile, the logic of the object. Eugenio Granell Foundation. Santiago de Compostela.


    - 365 ways of being in the world. Exteril. Port. Portugal.

    - Objects Espontáneos. 22. Study Logroño.

    - 365 collages later ... and Medulio Trisquel, Tui, Pontevedra.


    - I, who have tried to be as many paintings and other collages. Metro Gallery. Santiago de Compostela.

    - Animalario. Sete Espazo Flores. Carballiño.

    - Outras forms gives xenética. Municipal Museum of Ourense.


    - Anotacións on or cadrado black (Photo Project Series 365 ways of being in the world). Casa da Xuventude. Ourense.


    - One minute of art (approx.). Centro Cultural Deputation of Ourense.


    - Dun Sculptures minute. AlterArte room.


    - From Vigo to Porto (42 Projects, 1 Manifesto). Extéril. Port.


    - Film. Extéril gallery. Port.




    - Metroendosmilvacas. Dosmilvacasarte. Ponferrada, León.

    - Fourth Público_NH Obradoiro (2ºedición). Santiago de Compostela.

    - 10 years. Municipal Alterarte.Museo collection of Ourense.

    - DEAD AT HOME Project. Salamanca.

    - The Logic of Iceberg. MAC. A Coruña.

    - Cassettes Saladas. SinsalSonEG. Sinsal Festival. Saint Simon's Island, Vigo.

    - All art is false until proven otherwise. Study22. Logroño.

    - Or do Mundo bosquexo. Luis Seoane Foundation. A Coruña.

    - Mobilia. Furnish you baixos dunha foundation. Foundation Vicente Risco.

    - JäälPhoto. (G. Metro) Hotel chic & basic Mayerling. Madrid.

    - Collages. Foundation Vicente Risco. Allariz.

    - 13th Mostra Internacional Gas Natural Fenosa. MAC. A Coruña.

    - 8th Galicia Auditorium Award novos authors. Santiago de Compostela.

    - 23 Maximum Graphics International Award 2014. Ramos Centro Torrente Ballester. Ferrol.


    - Or do Mundo bosquexo. Itinerant: Auditorio de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela. / MARCO, Vigo.

    - Tributaries 94: Os circular years. Terceira part do Tributaries cycle: A figurative art since I galega na sixties. Itinerant. Novacaixagalicia Cultural Center, A Coruña and Ourense and Centro Torrente Ballester, Ferrol.

    - Fair: Fourth Público_NH Obradoiro. Santiago de Compostela.

    - Dialogues Improbable. (With Julia Spinola) Espazo NONLUGAR, Lalin. Pontevedra.

    - O Cabinet dun afeccionado. Municipal Museum. Ourense.

    - Table Traballo. Ensamblaxe and colaxe in Galicia (Cycle Panorama). Laxeiro Foundation. Vigo

    - JäälPhoto. Hotel chic & basic Mayerling. Madrid.


    - 12 Mostra Internacional Gas Natural Fenosa. MAC. A Coruña.

    - Room Art Fair # 2 (G.Metro) Hotel Praktik Metropol, Madrid.

    - Gallery Lilliput. (Library Versus). Vigo.


    - Welcome to my Loft (Architecture as utopia, ruin and abstraction). Centro Torrente Ballester, Ferrol.

    - Limit. 22. Study Logroño.


    - Room Art Fair. (Metro Gallery). Hotel Chic & Basic Mayerling. Madrid.

    - Seventh Galicia Auditorium Award novos artists. Auditorio de Galicia. Santiago de Compostela.

    - The art of clipping or (notes for the waning contract 1ºparte Groucho.). Pop-Up Gallery.

    - Collection AlterArte do Campus of Ourense. X. Sala Faculty of Fine Arts. Pontevedra

    - Litonor_Arte: Edition. University Church. Santiago de Compostela.

    - X Biennial International "Painter Laxeiro" Ramon Maria Aller Municipal Museum. Lalin, Pontevedra.


    - Intervention in public space with Maria Chenut. Pierre Paulus park. D'artistes Parcours Saint-Gilles. Brussels.


    - Fifth Auditorio de Galicia prize for Novos Artists. Auditorio de Galicia. Santiago de Compostela.

    - Gallery Bacelos. Vigo.

    - VIII International Biennial of Lalin "Painter Laxeiro". Lalin. Pontevedra

    - "Intramuros". Palacio Herrera and Rojas. Villa de Teguise. Lanzarote. Las Palmas.


    - Republican Fantasies. Etnolóxico Ribadavia Museum. Ourense.

    - Gallery Imprevisual. Valencia.

    - Ant-Art. (February 9 to 15, Ant No. 1210). Project directed by Xosé Manuel Buxán Bran for the newspaper A Nosa Terra.


    - Presenzas. Municipal Museum of Ourense.

    - From shore to shore. Ca Revolta. Valencia.


    - Milagres revealed (Collection of postcards). Outono Photo. Ourense.

    - Zone Exclusào. Gallery Por Amor à Arte. Port. Portugal.

    - Certame of Plastic Arts of the Provincial Council of Ourense. Centro Cultural Council of Ourense.

    - Zone Exclusào. Vila Nova de Cerveira. Portugal.

    - Pablo Ruiz Picasso Workshop (Eduardo Arroyo). Mosteiro de Xagoaza. O Barco de Valdeorras. Ourense.


    - Architraves (Cycle: Malas Artes). Sala dos Peiraos. Vigo.

    - Places gives memory. Centro Cultural da Deputation of Ourense.

    - III Galicia Auditorium Award for Young Artists. Auditorio de Galicia. Santiago de Compostela.

    - Workshop Pablo Ruiz Picasso. (Eduardo Arroyo). Cloister of the Town Hall of Ortigueira. A Coruña.

    - Public intervention Places da Memoria Project. Cumial former military barracks (Ourense).

    - XII International Biennial of Vilanova de Cerveira (artist invited by the Cultural Center of Ourense). Vilanova de Cerveira. Portugal.

    - Cultural Centre of Vila Praia de Ancora. Portugal.

    - Novos Valores. Rooms Fine Arts and Restoration. Pontevedra.

    - Collective work at the Museum of Art Union Fenosa (MACUF) on the occasion of the workshop Pablo Ruiz Picasso (Eduardo Arroyo). A Coruña.

    - Sixth Biennial of Lalín Painter Laxeiro. Municipal Museum Ramon Maria Aller.

    - Artists da Extéril. Casa das Artes. Port. Portugal.


    - Plugged / Unpluged, Young Art Center. Madrid.

    - VII International New Art Fair (Exteril). Barcelona.

    - Small formats. Visol gallery. Ourense.

    - Novos Valores. Sarmiento building. Pontevedra.

    - Contest of Plastic Arts of the Provincial Council of Ourense. Centro Cultural Council of Ourense.


    - Audience Award for Novos Galicia Valores. Auditorio de Galicia. Santiago de Compostela.

    - Extéril in the Gallery Maus Habits. Port. Portugal.

    - Workshop Pablo Ruiz Picasso (Martin Chirino). Maritime Station, A Coruña.

    - Novos values. Arts Competition. Rooms Fine Arts and Restoration. Pontevedra.

    - Empty-thick. Sargadelos Gallery. Pontevedra.

    - Trompe-la memorie. Timing devices and staging. Luis Seoane Foundation. A Coruña.


    - Charter setting. Bacelos gallery. Vigo.

    - Gallery Extéril. Port. Portugal.


    - Roads. Threats and promises of electronic art. Casa das Artes. Vigo.

    - Kaldarte. Nas Intervencions rúas. Caldas de Reis. Pontevedra.

    - We're going to bingo online. Exhibition with Daniel Vila. Gallery altercation. Pontevedra.


    - Once Xóvenes Artists. Municipal Building "San Lorenzo de Carboeiro". Silleda. Pontevedra.

    - Sculptural interventions in the old town of Pontevedra. European project. Schools of Athens, Berlin, Bordeaux and Pontevedra.

    - In dez minutes estou ready. Intervention in the exhibition hall of Fine Arts Pontevedra.


    - Biennial Laxeiro. Lalin Municipal Museum.




    - The shadow of the line is long. Catalog Human Matter (Portraits dunha Insole) Manuel Penín. Casa da Parra. Santiago de Compostela. pp.10-13.


    - O Cabinet dun afeccionado. Brief History dun proxecto. introductory text for the exhibition of collective Cabinet dun O afeccionado project in the Municipal Museum of Ourense. pp.5-6.

    - The woman who ... Series of poems for the catalog and exhibition Objects in mirror are closer than They Appear, Mary Chenut. Marcos Valcarcel Cultural Center.

    - Maneira be no world 366. Catalogue Xosé processing residues and Collages Vilamoure. pp12.


    - Texts for the past six exhibitions of the 2010 season, curated by Ignacio García Gómez del Valle in the catalog-book room AlterArte 2007-2010.

    - Thirteen brief portraits. Catalog Three, Dous, A ... Malvasia Cabecibranca Eurasian and outros portraits of Xosé Vilamoure. Cultural Center of the Council of Ourense.pp.62-63.

    - Dictionary of an artist who writes with tiny art. Outras catalog gives xenética forms. Municipal Museum of Ourense, pp.26-27.


    - The stories of Mr. Marquez, an art dealer. Catalog "Inventory", J. Carlos Seoane. Municipal Museum of Ourense, pp.9-11.


    - The other me is a damn. Text for the "625líneas" blog, made on the occasion of the exhibition of Jorge Varela for Volter Gallery. Ourense.


    - Notes to chase the horizon. Book catalog "Chasing Horizons. Jose Antonio Martinez Ocaña ". Spanish edition with the collaboration of the Fondazione Cosmè Tura. Ferrara, Italy, pp.8-36

    - Why take a painting to a desert island? Catalog "Opening" Manuel Penín. Municipal Museum of Ourense, pp.42-43.


    - Manifest road. Catalog "Minute of Art (approx.)". Cultural Center of the Council of Ourense, pp.31-33.


    - Ask questions lords. Catalog-magazine "Art and Pencil. Seeking the Exit "Collective Capricho Spanish art in the AlterArte, p.13 room.


    - In search of the lost fragment. Catalog of the exhibition of Manuel Penín, published by the Deputation of Ourense, pp.23-27.

    - "M. Penín". Auria Magazine (nº97 May), pp.32-33.

    - A minute and text peak. Catalog "Sculptures of a minute." Room AlterArte (University of Vigo), p.3.

    - Das Cousas gives art and outras histories (Text in three parts). Catalog of the exhibition Presenzas, published by the Deputación, Concello and Casa da Xuventude of Ourense, pp. 35-37.


    - That consumer of aesthetic objects. Exhibition catalog of José Carlos Seoane, published by the Cultural Center of the Deputation of Ourense.


    - Imperfect Havens of the art object, the book: Resistance of objects (Continued) authors: Monica Ortuzar, Ignacio Barcia, J. Rosendo Cid, in the Art and Aesthetics collection published by the Publications Service of the Provincial Council of Pontevedra, pp . 119-166.

    - Interior artist. Auria magazine (No. 80 December), pp.28-31.

    - The duty of art (Brief proclamation). Catalog of the XII International Biennial of Vilanova de Cerveira, pp.130-131.

    - Notes to build from a ruin. (A multiacróstico exercicio). Places gives memory, edited by the Cultural Center of Ourense, pp.77-79.


    - Reflections on the concept sketch. Psiax magazine, No. 1 (March), a joint edition of the University of Minho and the Faculty of Architecture University of Porto da, pp.46-49.

    - A sculpture of Xosé Cid and Reflexions certas in singing to reception dunha artwork. Exhibition Catalogue Xosé Cid, published by the Cultural Center of the Council of Ourense, pp.59-77.


    - The protagonist spectator, "A magazine do CGAC" Nº0, published by the CGAC, pp122-125.

    - A home e unha muller (play). Book Awards 2000 story, poetry and theater da Universidade de Vigo. Edicións Xerais de Galicia, Vigo, pp.95-107.




    - Photography Workshop Emotional space, taught by Aitor Ortiz. MAC museum. A Coruña.


    - Selected for the workshop with Eduardo Arroyo. Museum of Contemporary Art Union Fenosa, A Coruña.


    - Roundtables held at the ARCO 2002 edition.


    - Selected for the Pablo Ruiz Picasso workshop given by Martín Chirino. Museum of Contemporary Art Union Fenosa, A Coruña.


    - Selected for the artistic workshop given by Daniel Canogar (Sculpting with light). CGAC. Santiago de Compostela.

    - Lecture series "Real tempo: A place art mentres ten Luis Seoane Foundation A Coruña...

    - Seminar contemporaneity debate. UIMP. Pazo da Cultura, Pontevedra.

    - Seminar on the work of Marcel Duchamp, Non artist. CGAC. Santiago de Compostela.


    - Seminar Creatividade and artistic Vangarda for the Third Millennium. University of Santiago de Compostela and Eugenio Granell Foundation. Santiago de Compostela.


    - Selected for the art workshop with Jannis Kounellis. CGAC. Santiago de Compostela.




    Fellow in the program Artistic Residence Museum of Contemporary Art Gas Natural Fenosa (MAC). A Coruña.


    Finalist of XI Prize Rafael Dieste Theatre with the work in Galician "I Obxectos".


    - Arco Scholarship for attendance at the debate tables ARCO 2002.

    - Finalist in the Certame of Fine Arts gives Deputación of Ourense.

    2002 and 2001

    - Bags helps Third cycle research granted by the University of Vigo.


    - First Prize of Theater of the University of Vigo, with the play "A home e unha muller".



    CGAC collection

    collection MICA

    collection Litonor

    Campus of Ourense

    Eugenio Granell Foundation

    Cultural Centre Marcos Valcarcel

    Municipal Museum of Ourense

    private collections

  • Hannah Collins

    Born in London in 1956

    Lives and works between London and Barcelona

    Associate Professor at the Royal College of Art, London

    Turner Prize 1993 Finalist, London

    European Photography Award 1991, Berlin

    1978 - 1979 Fulbright - Hays

    1974 - 1978 Slade School of Fine Arts, London



    2012 The fragile feast, Fundació Suñol, Barcelona

    Begin Anywhere (John Cage), Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona

    The Fragile Feast. Routes to Ferran Adrià, Galerie Dominique Fiat, Paris

    The Fragile Feast, IvoryPress Art + Books, Madrid

    2011 The Fragiles Feast, Banco Herrero Exhibition Hall, Oviedo

    2010 Shadow and Clouds, Galería Javier López - Mário Sequeira, Madrid

    Solitude & Company, Casa de La Volta, La Panera, Lleida

    The revelation of Time / Time Will Reveal it alll, Art Museum of the National University of Colombia, Bogotá

    2009 History in progress. Movies and photos, CaixaForum, Madrid

    Beshencevo to Current History, the Theater Gallery, Colby Museum, Waterville, Maine

    Galerie Dominique Fiat, Paris

    Solitude & Company, Centre Pompidou, Paris

    2008 History in progress. Movies and photos, CaixaForum, Barcelona; ARTIUM Centro - Basque Museum of Contemporary Art, Vitoria

    Sculpting in Time - Homage to Tarkovsky, Palma Dotze, Vilafranca Penedes

    Solitude & Company, Le Fresnoy, France

    Parallel, labor - Center for Art and Industrial Creation, Gijon

    2007 True Stories, Bilbao, Javier López Gallery, Madrid

    Moving Image, Gering & López Gallery, New York

    Hannah Collins, CaixaForum, Barcelona (traveling), curated by Marc Nash

    2006 A Future Life, Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona

    2005 The Scent of Jasmine, Javier López Gallery, Madrid

    2004 The street, CAC - Centro de Arte Contemporaneo, Malaga

    La Mina, Forum 2004, Barcelona

    La Mina, VOX Image Contemporaine, Montreal, Quebec

    2003 Supermarket, California, Javier López Gallery, Madrid

    Another City Not My Own, Peer Foundation, London

    Measure Truth, CAC - Centro de Arte Contemporaneo, Malaga

    La Mina, Printemps de Septembre, Toulouse

    La Mina, Nelson Gallery, University of California, Davis

    2002 Hotel of Being, Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona

    Recent work, Javier López Gallery, Madrid

    Mirror, Lei Gallery, Barcelona

    2000 Signs of Life, Tate Gallery, London

    My Body and Place, Arlogos Galerie, Paris

    My Body and Place, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York

    Bienal de Valencia

    1999 1000 German Books, permanent installation, university library, Munich

    Life in Film, Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona

    1998 True Stories, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York

    1997 Filming Things, Centre National de la Photographie, Paris

    Selected Works, Galerie Arlogos, Nantes

    In the Course of Time, A Worldwide Case of Homesickness, Room Parpalló, Valencia

    Edition, Xavier Hufkens Gallery, Brussels

    1996 New Works, Galerie Laage Salomon, Paris

    In the Course of Time, Koldo Mitxelena, San Sebastian; Fundació Sa Nostra, Palma de Mallorca

    A Case of Homesickness Worldwide, IMMA - Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin

    The Hunter's Space, Chisenhale Gallery, London; Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester; Contemporary Art Center, Glasgow

    Shopping, Galeria Joan Prats, Barcelona

    1995 Luminous Liquid Breaths, Xavier Hufkens Gallery, Brussels

    Still - Lives, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York

    The Hunter's Space, The Village, L'Aquarium, Valenciennes

    Slow Time, Gallery Helga de Alvear, Madrid

    1994 Signs of Life, Leo Castelli Gallery, New York

    The Turner Prize 1993, Tate Gallery, London

    In the Course of Time, Vjazdowski Castle, Centre of Contemporary Art, Warsaw; Centre d'Art Santa Monica, Barcelona

    1992 Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona

    Arlogos Galerie, Nantes

    Regeneration, Power Plant, Toronto

    Signs of Life, 3rd International Istanbul Biennial

    Stonefree 1991, Shed II, Tarragona

    Wright Paley Gallery, London

    S. L. Simpson Gallery, Toronto

    Xavier Hufkens Gallery, Brussels

    1990 Galerie Arlogos, Nantes

    Tanit Galerie, Cologne

    Viewpoints 1989, Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis

    Xavier Hufkens Gallery, Brussels

    New Works, Institute of Contemporary Art, London

    Stairway to Heaven, Hacienda Club, Manchester

    1988 Heart and Soul, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

    Large Scale Photoworks, T'Venster Gallery, Rotterdam

    Arlogos Galerie, Nantes

    1987 Film Stills, Matt's Gallery, London

    Shelf, Situation, Shrine, Colindale Hospital, Public Art Development Trust, London

    Evidence in the Streets 1986, Interim Art, London

    1984 Maureen Paley, London



    Albright - Knox Museum, Buffalo

    City of Logroño

    Pamplona City Council

    Bank of Spain, Madrid

    CA2M - Art Center May 2, Mostoles, Madrid

    Caja General, Granada

    Culture Center, Las Palmas

    Colby College Museum of Art

    Cultural Rioja

    Dallas Museum of Art

    Deutsch Bank Collection, London

    Diputación de Almería

    Delegation of Cadiz

    Deputation of Murcia

    FNAC (Fonds National d'Art Contemporain), France

    FRAC Basse - Normandie

    FRAC Rhône - Alpes

    FRAC Bretagne

    Banesto, Madrid Foundation

    Botin, Santander Foundation

    Telefonica Foundation, Madrid

    Museum Luxembourg, Luxembourg

    MACBA - Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona, ​​Barcelona

    Maison Europeenne de la Photographie, Paris

    Museum Alava, Vitoria

    Musée des Beaux - Arts, Nantes

    Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art, Madrid

    MNCARS - Centro de Arte Reina Sofia National Museum, Madrid

    European Parliament, Strasbourg

    polaroïd International

    Quinta da Encosta, Portugal

    The Arts Coucil of Great Britain, London

    The British Council, London

    The Tate Gallery, London

    The Victoria and Albert Museum, London

    Walker Art Museum, Minneapolis

    Weltkunst Foundation, Dublin

  • Xosé Conde Corbal

    It appears in Pontevedra in 1923

    He dies in Vilagarcia de Arousa in the year 1999



    Recreation Orensano Lyceum. Navies.


    «Landscape and portraits», Room Velázquez (Vigo).

    «Navies, landscapes and portraits». Town Council of Pontevedra.


    «Gouaches and drawings». Recreation Orensano Lyceum.

    Room of Juvenile Arts (Ourense).


    «Ourense Perdurable»,Museo Provincial of Ourense.


    «Lasting Pontevedra», Pontevedra.

    «Gouaches», Box of Aforres de Vigo.


    «People of the Sea», Savings Bank of Vigo./Atheneum of Pontevedra.

    «Drawings on Valle-Inclán»,Póvoa of Varzim (Portugal).


    Room Santa Cecilia (Marín).


    Provincial Archeological Museum of Ourense.

    Room Las Tinajas (The Coruña).

    Room As Gaiolas (Santiago).

    Room Yuma (Lugo)


    «The love and the death». «Men and women of today». Room Toisón.


    «Drawings and Paints», Provincial Archeological Museum of Ourense./Room of Information and Tourism of Ourense.


    «People of the Sea», Municipal Savings Bank of Vigo.


    «Engravings sobor Valle-Inclán»/Museo Archeological Provincial of Ourense. /Town council of A Estrada (Pontevedra).


    «Engravings sobor Valle-Inclán»,Student Center (New Jersey - US.).

    Room ínter Gallery. 1975.

    «Of the old Ourense», «The women in the preserve», «the dorna and those that live déla»,Ateno of Ourense.


    «The birds galegos»,Ateneo of Ourense.


    «The dorna», Provincial Museum of Ourense.


    Itinerant exhibition:

    «The dorna and those that live give it»,

    «People of the sea of Vigo»,

    «The woman in the preserve»,

    Different Town Councils of the province of Pontevedra.


    «Engravings sobor Valley-Inclán», International University Menéndez Pelayo.


    «Ourense in Pontevedra», Provincial Museum of Pontevedra.




    «Current arts in Ourense», (Madrid).


    «It fences in Inclán and its tempo»,Círculo of Fine Arts (Madrid).



    «Ourense lasting», in collaboration with Vicente Risco.

    «Ourense monumental», in collaboration with Ferro Couselo.

    «Pontevedra: 50 drawings», in collaboration with Alfredo García Alen. . «Cruisers, pockets and saints».

    «Pontevedra and its people», with photograph of Novoa Antonio-Gabriel.

    «Palaces of Pontevedra».

    «The dorna and those that live give it».

    «People of the Sea of Vigo».

    «Song anthology».

    «The bundle of the war».

    «For the lanes of the sea», in collaboration with the Board of the Port of Pontevedra-Marín.

    «The Grove», with the collaboration with the Town Council of O Grove.



    «The Low Estuaries».

    «Ourense archway of Galicia».

    «Galicia and the Miño up to the Duero».

    «Ourense in the Sacred Bank»


    Xosé Conde Corbal

    Innovator in the concept of graphic work.

    This important Galician artist, was suggested, around the seventies looking for one formulates or technique of graphic reproduction that allowed him:

    1.        Speed in the way of working and designing
    2.        Reducing the price of production costs “to socialize” the access to the graphic work
    3.        Using the new technical means of impression.

    Because of that, it started by using transparent plastic and the pictorial pigment that used in that moment .the acrylic pinntura and the latex.

    What allowed it speed and power to apply its excellent qualities of watercolorist and cartoonist.

    That is to be able to work with gouache effects.


    In the end, what made: a modification of the traditional lithographic work but instead of using stones or lithographic sheets: he used acetates.

    And to print. Instead of using a lithographic press he used an offset machine.

    Controlling the print process.


    We are talking from more than thirty years ago. Today quantity of artists and workshops of impression are doing appreciated editions of its artists in what is called: Lito-offsett

  • Miguel Condé

    It appears on the 31st of May 1939 in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, United States.

    1939-48 Lives alternatively between Mexico DF and the United States (Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Woodstock and the city of New York).

    1966 Obtiene a MacDowel Fellowship.

    1966-69 Imparts courses of drawing and mixed techniques in the postdegree program of the

    Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Iowa.Regresa to France. He travels to Spain for the first time and settles with its family in Sitges, Barcelona



    1969 Cedar Rapids Art Center, Iowa.

    1973 Gimpel & Weitzenhoffer, New York.

    1974 Gallery Juana Mordó, Madrid .Gallery Sarrió, Barcelona.

    1975 Gallery Juana Mordó, Madrid.

    1976 Manus-Presse, Stuttgart.

    Gallery Temps, Valencia.

    “Miguel Condé paintings and drawings”, Scottish Arts Council, The Fruit Market

    Gallery un Edinburgh + The Third Eye Galleryin Glasgow

    1977 Young Hoffman Gallery, Chicago, Illinois.

    Gallery Juana Mordó, Madrid.

    Gimpel & Hanover Galerie, Zürich.

    1979 Gallery Maese Nicolás, Lion.

    Galerie Etienne de Causans, Paris .

    Gimpel-Hannover + André Emmerich Galerien,Zürich.

    Manus Presse, ART 10'79, Basel (cat.).

    1980 Gallery Juana Mordó, Madrid.

    1987 Gallery Tórculo, Madrid.

    Lizardi/Harp Gallery, Pasadena, California

    1988 Galerie Lacourière-Frélaut, Paris .

    Galerie Le Troisième Oeil, Foire d'Art Contemporaine, Toulouse.

    Galeria d'Art AB, Granollers, Barcelona.

    1989 Galerie Lacourière-Frélaut, ARCH '89, Madrid

    Lizardi/Harp Gallery, Pasadena, California.

    1990 Galeria Palau de Caramany, Girona.

    Galerie Pudelko, Bonn.

    1991 Galeria Le Troisième Oeil, Bordeaux.

    1992 Gallery Anselmo Álvarez, Madrid

    1994 Gallery Anselmo Álvarez, Art Miami

    1997 Galerie Vromans, Amsterdam.

    Les Annés Folles, Maastricht.

    1998 Galerie Le Troisième Oeil, Bordeaux.

    Galerie Michèle Broutta, Paris.

    “Miguel Condé, Great Formats,”,

    Town Council of Madrid, Center Culturaldel Conde Duque

    1999 Galerie Vromans, Amsterdam.

    Kunstherberg M.MWD, Hommerts, TheNetherlands.

    2001 Galeria d'Art Canals, Sant Cugat, Barcelona.

    Galerie Le Troisième Oeil, Bordeaux.

    Galeria Article 26, Barcelona.

    Galerie Pudelko, Bonn.

    Galerie Vromans, Kunstrai '01, Amsterdam.

    2002 Galleria del Leone, Venezia

    2003 “Miguel Condé in the XIX appointment with the drawing”, Gallery Alfama, Madrid

    Galeria d'Art Canals, Sant Cugat, Barcelona.

    Room of Arte Van Dyck, Gijón

    2004 Gallery Ignacio de Lassaletta, Barcelona



    Albertina Museum, Vienna /Art Institute of Chicago / Library Apostolica Vaticana (BAV), Città del Vaticano / National Library of Spain, Madrid / Bibliothèque nationale of France, Paris / Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas / Brooklyn Museum, National New York / Chalcography, Madrid / Center of Art and Nature, Foundation Beulas, Huesca / Cleveland Museum of Art, Ohio

    Cornell College, Iowa / De Moines Art Center, Iowa / Hope College, Holland, Michigan / McNay Art Museum, San Antonio, Texas / Museum of Drawing, Castle of Larrés, Sabiñánigo, Huesca

    Municipal Museum of Contemporary Art of National Madrid / Museum Center of Art Queen Sofia (Postal and Telegraph MNCARS),Madrid / Museum, Madrid / Museum Robert Brady, Cuernavaca

    Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York / Rice University, Houston, Texas / Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC / University Pontífica de Comillas, Madrid / University of Essex Collection of Latin American Art (UECLAA) / University of Iowa Museum of Art

  • Brigitte Coudrain

    Coudrain studied techniques of engraving in the workshop and the workshop of Friedlaender, in Paris. In 1955 he exposed a series of watercolors. In 1958, Brigitte Coudrain started to be concentrated in the engraving art and during this year took part in a series of great engraving exhibitions, including the Triennial International of the Gravure, Switzerland and the Room of May, France. It received a prize for its graphic work in 1959 in the Biennial of Paris.

    Since then, the work of Brigitte Coudrain has been the target of numerous exhibitions in the main galleries of Paris, Hamburg, Copenhagen, Berlin, Jerusalem, Cracow, Tokyo, Chicago and New York. During the end of 1960 and the beginning of 1970, Brigitte Coudrain passed a considerable quantity of time in the city of New York.

  • Fernando Payero Ferro

    Like this it is that I was raised in the neighborhood of Four Paths and afterwards in that of New People, I studied Industrial Skill (Máquinas-Herramientas) in the then slow-Technical College Francoist of Tarragona. I was a pupil of the School of Ceramics of the Moncloa of Madrid, where I knew the silk-screen techniques besides the ones specific to the ceramics.

    Here it finishes my short academic trajectory, because my step through the School of Architecture of Madrid only served so that I committed myself forever with the plastic creation, it encouraged me to the knowledge and enjoyment of the cinema, the music and the architecture itself, and linked me to the political activity progressist forever, that grant yourself when then we told him revolutionary.

    I lived quite a lot of years in Galicia (Ourense, Boat of Valdeorras and Santiago), working in different studies of architecture and engineering and also for different administrations, Town Councils and the Xunta of Galicia itself. I collaborated assiduously in several media, in the area of culture and art, La Voz of Galicia, A Nosa Terra and the Radio Galega.

    The backbone of my linking with Galicia and the understanding of its national and cultural reality, took place through my long friendship with the brilliant painter Pepe Conde Corbal, who established a silver link among the vanguard of intellectuals and artists of the galego renaissance (Cliff, Knoll Pedrayo, Cuevillas, Ferro Couselo, Celso Emilio Ferreiro, Maside, etc.) and the new generations.

    Also in Ourense I initiated my engraver task into the workshop of my unconditional friend Miguel Mosquera, this activity was transferred to the workshop of Carlos Gonçalves, my teacher, when I came myself to live again Madrid and I at present develop it in the dear workshop of José Antonio Gallo, "Koche", in the Street of the corner Olive Grove to Calvary.

    In my trajectory as story engraver with some individual and collective exhibitions in showrooms of cultural centers: Room Juan de Villanueva (Aranjuez); Municipal center of Culture (Dappled); Cultural center of Aluche (Madrid); School of Ceramics of the Moncloa (Madrid); Room Arnaldos (Madrid); Bookstore Muga (Madrid); Fish Trap room, Ship of Artistic Services (Santiago); and in the small galleries of Madrid: Olivarte and Backlighting.

    My engravings have been used for the covers of two books of poetry of Juan Seoane (Nobody, Editions of the Sun, 2004 and Shadows, Publishing Company Alfasur, 2008) and another of the poet José Luis Esparcia (Cities, Publishing Company Alfasur, 2007).

    My work has been incorporated in collections deprived of Spain, Chile and Venezuela and has been discarded in some international competitions, in Romania, and national, among them the one of Pinto, and refused in some showroom, as that of Madrid Box.

    I am also part of the Huddle of Dilettantes, group of artistic action that edits the publication of the same name, with the painter Fernando Puente and the writers Carlos Lapeña and José Luis Esparcia.

    I have traveled for an important number of countries of Europe and of the Muslim world, from Syria up to Morocco, of the hand of my woman, teacher of the School of Ceramics and also of South America: Cuba, Brazil and Chile.

    On the other hand, I collaborate in the local magazine of general information Zigzag and in the digital magazine of photograph

    A ends of year 2007, with Igor Muñiz of the Bookstore Muga and Manuel Rodríguez we, the Kamasutra for Hansel and Gretel, melt the Editions publishing company Eventual, dedicated to the production of books of art, with the one that we have produced of the Galician painter Ángel Cerviño and This yes big thing qu'es of the photographer of Flemish Manuel Rodríguez.

    In August 2010 I exposed a wide selection of my graphic work in the Gallery Artémis in Creuse, once Frenchwoman of Laval/Crocq had been situated in the locality.

    The Mostra Internacional de Obra Gráfica de Allariz/Ourense there is selected two of my engravings for incorporate them to the exhibition that is celebrated throughout the month of July 2011 in the rooms of the Foundation Vicente Risco. In the exhibition the works of twenty artists with international projection are present. The Mostra has an itinerant character for which it will be seen in numerous localities of the galego territory and of the rest of the Spanish State.

    At present work in the illustration of two poetry books. An of the poet from Córdoba José Luis Esparcia, that does an extensive route through the current Andalusian gipsy singing and of the recent past, of the hand of the cantaores more enduendados and another of the poet and Madrilenian musician David Mallén, who exposes the rough harmony of the contemporary urban life in its three sections.

    In the month of September 2011 the Portal of the South has carried out an interview for me. It is an informative portal of the cities of the Madrilenian south, whose motto it is: Because yes another type of information is possible.

    The interview divided up into two videos can be seen in: the first part and the second part.

  • John Gilbert

    John Gilbert (b. 1966) was raised in New York City. He had an early love of ceramic sculpture which he pursued at Skidmore College, with a particular interest in mineral glazes and color interaction. After graduation, became a master custom carpet maker and dyer, with a small factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, creating one-off works for architects and interior designers; he also became an art publisher. His artistic interests developed in a new direction, following the tsunami of 2004, in which several dear friends were lost; a variety of new projects arose, in his studio in Goa, India, focusing on what he calls Bhakti Art. John is influenced by artists such as; Marcel Duchamp, Jonathan Borofsky, Robert Indiana and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

  • Gabriel Godard

    Gabriel Godard was born on the 28th of April 1933 in Delouze in Lorraine. He started to paint in 1950



    David Findlay Galleries, New York

    Wally Findlay Galleries, East Hampton, New York

    Phillips Galerías, Palm Beach

    Phillips Galerías Flynt, Houston

    Galerie Romanet, Paris

    Galerie Moyon-Avenard, Nantes

    Galerie M. C. Goinard, Paris

    Galerie Patrick Héraud, Langon

    Art Expo, New York

    Galleries Knott, San Francisco

    Galerie Martin, Nancy

    Retrospective Ambassade de France, Luxembourg

    Retrospective Palais de l'Europe, Le Touquet

    Even exhibition particuliere Patronée le Ministre you give Beaux Arts de Vendée Beauvoire


    Its works have been purchased by the French government through the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Many of its works have won prizes. Collections deprived in the United States, Germany, Switzerland, England, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Belgium and France.

  • Gonçalvez

    It was born (Lards (Portugal, 1953)

    Graduate in the Faculty of Fine Arts of Madrid.

    Graduate in Engraving, National School of Graphic Arts, Madrid.

    Workshop of Current Art with Antonio López García, Circle of BBAA of Madrid.




    Atheneum, Orense. Atheneum of Santa Cecilia, Marin, Pontevedra.

    Delegation of Culture of Pontevedra.


    Beautiful Museum Piñeiro, Ferrol.

    Main Theater Pontevedra.

    Home of Culture, Pontecaldelas, Pontevedra.

    Gallery Tórculo, Madrid.


    Gallery Trinta, Santiago of Compostela.

    Foundation Paideia, Madrid.


    Gallery Ansorena, Madrid.

    Gallery Siena, Ponferrada.


    Arcane Gallery, Vilagarcía de Arosa, Pontevedra.




    Gallery Ansorena, Madrid.

    I Sample of Engraving Alberto Durero”, Gaterie, Becerril de la Sierra, Madrid.

    “Junger Realismus aus Spanien”, Alter Stadtsaal, Séller, Germany.

    School of Civil Engineers, Madrid.

    Fish Trap Room, Santiago of Compostela.

    Gallery Nela Alberca, Madrid. Gallery Tórculo, Madrid.

    Municipal Center of Culture, Pinto, Madrid.

    Mostra “Way Nova”, or Boat of Protectors, Orense.

    “Tribute to Carmen Arozena”, Insular Chapter of La Palm.


    Arcane Gallery, Villagarcía de Arosa, Pontevedra.

    Cultural Center Fernández de los Ríos, Madrid.

    Artist guest V International Biennial of Engraving, Orense.

    “A hundred and ....postalicas to Federico García Lorca”, Postal and Telegraph Museum, Madrid.

    With Fernando Ferro and M. Mosquera, Room J. Of Villanueva, Aranjuez.


    III Festival of Engraving A. Durero, Galerie, Becerril de la Sierra, Madrid.

    “A hundred and... postalicas to Federico G. Lorca”, Hospital of the King, Melilla.

    “Contracontos”, Arcane Gallery, Villagarcía de Arosa, Pontevedra.


    “Forms for the 21st Century”, Gallery Ansorena, Madrid.

    “Artists awarded in Spain”, itinerant exhibition: Center of Art Lia Bermúdez, Maracaibo, Venezuela.

    Museum of the Print and of the Design Carlos Cruz Diez, Caracas, Venezuela.

    Cultural Center of Spain, Lima, Peru.

    Art Museum of the National University, Bogotá, Colombia.

    Cultural center of Spain, Santiago de Chile, Chile.


    National Museum of Art of the Peace, Bolivia.

    Cultural Center of Spain, Asuncion, Paraguay.

    Museum Towers García, Montevideo, Uruguay.

    IX Edition Print, Madrid.


    I sweat Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan.

    Gallery Nolde, Navacerrada, Madrid.

    Art Gallery Juan Amiano, Pamplona.




    National Prize Second of Drawing Antonio Rincón, Guadalajara.

    Competition First Prize of Engraving of Cebreros, Ávila.

    Mention of Honor, I Biennial of Engraving of Orense.


    Competition First Prize of Pintura Carlos de Haes, Madrid.

    First Prize I Mostra Internaciona de Grabado, Municipal Museum of Orense.


    First Prize of Engraved Atheneum of Seville.

    Mention of Honor Premió de Dibujo Gregorio Prieto, Valdepeñas.

    Mention of National Competition Honor of Engraving, Museum of the Contemporary GrabadoEspañol, Marbella.


    Prize Second, First International Mini-Print Bienal, Cluj, Romania.


    VII Competition Isaac Díaz Pardo, A Coruña.



    Museum of the Insular Chapter. Municipal Museum of Orense. Beautiful Museum Piñeiro, Ferrol. Museum ofContemporany Graphic Art, Fredrikstad, Norway. Contemporary Graphic Fond, Cluj, Romania. Regional Government of Pontevedra. Regional Government of Guadalajara. Town Council of Boroughs. School of Civil Engineers, Madrid. National Chalcography, Madrid. National Library, Madrid. Xunta of Galicia. International Gallery of Portrait, Tuzía, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Sevillian Foundation of Electricity. Foundation Paideia, Madrid,

  • Winfried Gaul

    Winfried Gaul was born in 1928 in Düsseldorf. After the war, he started to study History of Art, Literature and German Language in the University of Cologne in 1949.

    In 1950 Gaul he entered the State Academy of Art and Design, Stuttgart. In Paris he knew Jean-Pierre Wilhelm. Wilhelm in 1957 opens in Düsseldorf la Galerie 22. He introduced Gaul in informal paint.

    In 1955, its study was a teacher in Dusseldorf Kaiserswerth and it joined to the group of 53 years, a circle of artists of informal, with those who exposed together at home and abroad

    Its first exhibition took place in 1956 in the Galerie Gurlitt in Munich.

    In 1964/65 Gaul he was a teacher invited in the Staatliche Kunstschule in Bremen.

    In 1958 it was awarded with the prize of the Culture Commission of the Federation of German Industries, and in 1964 the Roman Villa of the Paint Prize.

    1964/65 was teacher in the National School of Art and Bremen

    1965/66 as visitor teacher in the Bath Academy and the Regional School of the Arts in Hull.

    1984 was named Minister of Science and Research of Rhineland of the North-Westphalia for the honorary teacher.

    In 1994 it was awarded with the Prize Lovis Corinth.

    Between 1969 and 1973 it created three monumental sculptures for the University of Heidelberg.

    Gaul took part in the Documenta II in 1959, and in 1969 its Farbmarkierungen / the Color Scoreboards were presented in the Documenta.

    Wilfried Gaul died in 2003 in Düsseldorf.

  • Josep Guinovart i Bertran

    Josep Guinovart i Bertran. (Barcelona 1927–2007) painter, cartoonist and engraver

    After carrying out its studies in the school Llotja and in the Promotion of Decorative Arts of Barcelona, he gained a grant in the year 1953 of the French Institute to carry out a journey to Paris in five months.

    To its turn to Barcelona and after a season working in illustrations and scenographic decors, towards the year 1957 it initiated a decantation towards the abstract art, its off-center work, uses three-dimensional elements almost constantly in its works, the also big format majority.

    In the year 1994 a Museum in Agramunt dedicated to its work, population in which its mother had been born and that he has always been linked, was inaugurated.

    He died on the 12th of December 2007, at the 80 years.



    1982- National Prize of Fine Arts of the government of Spain.

    1990- National Prize of Fine Arts of the Department of Culture of the Generality of Catalonia.

    2003- The town council of Agramunt names it adopted child.



    Museum of open-air sculpture. Saint Cross of Tenerife

    National Museum Center of Art Queen Sofia. Madrid

    Art Museum Contemporaneous with Madrid.

    National Museum of Art of Catalonia. Barcelona

    Museum Eusebio Sempere. Alicante

    Museum of Navarra. Tafalla

    Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao

    Museum of San Telmo. San Sebastián

    Home of Americas. Havana

    Museum of Bocchum. Germany

    Arts Museum of Long Island dies. New York

  • Horts Kuhnert

    Kuhnert studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart with Heinrich Wild Man from 1957 to 1962. Initially devoted himself to the Abstract Painting, but he began his sculptures, with a rigorous constructive work in concrete in 1963. Then, from 1964, he made his first reliefs in polyester. Kuhnert was one of the first German artists who used the polyester material. Dealing with the polyester material influenced his work of the 1960s and 1970s and it soon brought about him a number of public contracts. In the 1980s, he added other materials like steel V2A to his works. At the same time, he created the series "Stable -Unstable", which were the first works in which Kuhnert worked in the "deconstruction of the engineering."

    Horst Kuhnert won the Kingdom of Nepal award in the International Art Exhibition in Kathmandu in 1970.

    In 1985, he was awarded with the Prize of the Lower Saxony.



    1970: Gallery Behr Stuttgart.

    1973: Gallery Becher Wuppertal.

    1977: Municipal Gallery of Schwäbisch Hall.

    1978: Kunstverein Ludwigsburg.

    1981: Gallery Knoll International, Hamburg.

    1985: Gallery Geiger, Kornwestheim.

    1987: Kunstverein Schwetzingen (catalog)

    1996: Kunstverein Pforzheim.

    2000 KulturBrauerei Berlin (catalog)

    2004: Gallery violinist Constance.

    2008: Pro Art, Cultural Foundation Ulmer.

    2009: House of Modern Art, Staufen.

    2010: Gallery violinist Constance.

    2011: Anja Rumig Gallery, Stuttgart.



    1967: German Youth Art Prize, Art Association Bochum.

    1968:  Artists Association of Baden - Wuerttemberg, Württemberg Kunstverein , Stuttgart.

    1970: International Art Exhibition, Kathmandu.

    1971: Stuttgart, graphic artists, Philadelphia, Boston, New York City.

    1975: 50 years of art in Baden - Württemberg, Stuttgart.

    1978: Art 78 Basel International Art Fair

    Comparaisons 1978, l'art actuel, Grand Palais , Paris.

    1980: I Triennial of small format Sculpture, Fellbach.

    1986: Constructive tendencies, Kunstverein Heilbronn.

    1995: Exhibition about the Monument to the Murdered Jews’ competence in Europe, Berlin.

    1997: Plastic Plastic, Cubus Kunsthalle , Duisburg.

    1998: Collection concrete construction, Staechelin, Museum of Contemporary Art in Freiburg.

    2000: 25 Years of Galerie Geiger Geiger Gallery, Constance.

    2005: “Places - constructive tendencies ", Gelsenkirchen City Museum.

    2007: Valentien Gallery, Stuttgart, sightings Kaleidoscope - various positions.

    2008: Cubism and Constructivism in the sculptures Glaskasten Marl.

    2009: Working environment in the Artists German Association project field, Berlin.

    2013: Constructive principle, Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen.

  • Fritz Harnest

    Fritz Harnest began his studies at the age of 16. From 1921 to 1929 he studied painting in the Fine Arts Academy of Munich as a Carl Johann Becker Gundahl, Ludwig von Herterich and Karl Caspar’s student. In 1930 and 1931 he did study trips to France, Normandy and Paris with his friend, the painter Otto Baumann.

    At the beginning of the taking of the Nazi power, he stopped painting. In 1934 he travelled to Berlin where he met up with Emil Nolde, who encouraged him to resume his work. That was followed by a conserved correspondence with Nolde. Fritz Harnest had his first solo exhibition with chalk drawings in Berlin in 1934. From that moment, he lived alternately in Hamburg, Berlin and Munich.

    In 1935 Fritz got married with Mutz Ellermann. He worked as an illustrator for many years in order to maintain his family. During this period, he carried out landscapes and portraits. In 1937 the couple moved abroad, where their son Jose was born, a year after the birth of their son Ulf.

    From 1940 to 1945 he worked as an interpreter in Moosburg. In 1946 he participated in the first contemporary art exhibition of the postwar period: Bayerische (Bavarian Art) in Munich and part of Basel.

    Harnest started to dedicate himself to the graphic work with abstract engravings in wood. In 1952 the “wood engravings about the Bible” appeared. His paintings were exhibited during this period in Switzerland, Italy, Holland, Austria, everywhere in Germany and Ohio.

    In 1959 he participated in the graphical work department of Documenta 2 at Kassel. In this same year, he was also introduced by Werpner Gilles as a member of the New Group of Munich. In the Eighties, he collaborated in ceramics with Klaus Steindlmüller.

    1961: 2nd Prize in the IIª International Triennial Grenchen, Switzerland.

    1964: Painting Prize of the city of Munich.

    1988: Kunstverein Rosenheim Prize in the annual exhibition.

    1996: Federal Cross of the Artistic Merit.

    1997: Culture Prize of the city of Rosenheim.

  • Joan Hernández Pijuan

    Barcelona, (1931-2005)

    He carried out studies in the Technical School, in the School of Fine Arts of Barcelona and in the Schools of Fine Arts of Barcelona .



    - Contemporary Art Museum Queen Sofia, Madrid

    - Galerie Semihas Huber, Zurich

    - Graz, Vienna

    - Ariadne, Cologne

    - O'Hana, London

    - Galerie Gabrielle von Loeper, Hamburg

    - Yamaguchi Gallery, Osaka, Japan

    - Marlborough Gallery, London

    - Palais des Beaux-Arts, Bruselas

    - Guggenheim Museum, Nueva York

    - National Gallery, Montreal

    - Modern Art Museum, Buenos Aires.



    1957 Prize of the Headquarters of Fine Arts. National Exhibition. Alicante.

    1958 II Prize of Paint "Peintres Résidens". Paris.

    1960 I Prize "First Jazz Room". Granollers.

    1965 Prize "Malibor". VI Biennial of the Engraving. Ljublijana.

    1966 I International Biennial of the Engraving of Cracow.

    1970 Prize of the writing Vijesnik or Srijedu de Zabreg.

    II International Biennial of Drawings of Rijeka.

    1981 National Prize of Fine Arts. Madrid.

    1985 "Cross of Sant Jordi". Generalitat of Catalunya

  • Joan Miró

    Barcelona, 1893-Palm of Majorca, Spain, 1983) Painter, sculptor, engraver and Spanish potter. He studied trade and worked for two years as shop assistant in a cleaning supplies shop, until an illness obliged him to retiring during a long period in a familiar home in the small people of Mont-roig of the Camp.

    Of return to Barcelona, he entered the Art Academy managed by Francisco Galí, in which he knew the last European artistic trends. Up to 1919, its paint was dominated by a formal expressionism with Fauvist and cubist influences, centered in the landscapes, portraits and nudes.

    That same year he traveled to Paris and knew Picasso, Jacob and some members of the dadaist current, as Tristan Tzara. It alternated new stays in the French capital with summers in Mont-roig and its paint started to evolve towards a bigger definition of the form, now chiselled by a strong light that eliminates the contrasts. In what is thematic they stand out the first slight signs of a language between oneiric and phantasmagoric, very personal although of popular roots, which all its subsequent trajectory would mark.

    Similar to the principles of the Surrealism, signed the Manifesto (1924) and incorporated in its work concerns characteristic of this movement, as the hieroglyph and the calligraphic sign (The carnival of the harlequin). The other great influence of the period would come of the hand of P. Klee, of which it would comprise the taste by the linear configuration and the recreation of ethereal atmospheres and fields changed slightly chromatic.

    In 1928, the Modern Art Museum of New York acquired two of its fabrics, which meant a first international recognition of its work; a year afterwards, he got married with Pilar Juncosa. During these years the artist was questioned the sense of the paint, conflict that reflects clearly in its work. On the one hand, he initiated the series of Dutch Interiors, multicolored recreations of paints of the 17th century characterized by a partial return to the imagination and a marked trend towards the preciousness, which would keep in its coloristic, playful and poetic dummies for Romeo and Julieta de los Ballets Rusos de Diaghilev (1929). Its posterior paint, however, runs away towards a bigger aridity, schematism and conceptual abstraction. On the other hand, in its sculptural works he opted for the use of recycled material and of desecho.

    The Spanish civil war did not do but to highlight this dichotomy between violent tear (Woman Head) and dreamy evasion (Constellations), that little by little kept being solved in favor of a renewed serenity, cheered up by a return to the naivety of the traditional mironiana symbology (the bird, the stars, the feminine figure) that it seems to a naive vision to reflect in turn the return, happy and violent of the world. The island of Majorca, where in 1956 it built a study, in the locality of Sound Abrines, did not find its occasional retirements foreign to this sort of spiritual renewal.

    Meanwhile, Miró extended the horizon of its work with the engravings of the Barcelona series (1944) and, a year afterwards, with its first works in ceramics, carried out in collaboration with Llorens Artigas. In the decades of 1950 and 1960 he carried out several murals of great size for locations as different as the headquarters of the Unesco in Paris, the University of Harvard or the airport of Barcelona; from that moment and even the end of its race it would alternate the public work of great size (It donates i ocell, sculpture), with the intimism of its bronzes, collages and tapestries. In 1975 the Foundation Miró, whose building its great friend Josep Lluís Sert designed, was inaugurated in Barcelona



    1954 Great Prize of Engraving of the Biennial of Venice

    1959 Big Cross of the Civil Order to Alfonso X the Wise

    1959 Great Prize of the Foundation Guggenheim.

    1962 Nombrado Chevalier of the Honor Legion in France.

    1966 Prize Carnegie of paint.

    1968 Nombrado honoris causa doctor through the University of Harvard.

    1978 received the Gold Medal of the Generality of Catalonia, being the first Catalan in receiving such a distinction.

    1979 Nombrado honoris causa doctor through the University of Barcelona.

    1980 received the Gold Medal of the Fine Arts, of hands of the king Juan Carlos I of Spain.

    1983 Nombrado honoris causa doctor through the University of Murcia.

  • Miguel Mosquera

    1953 - Ourense


    1971 Volter do Tucho. Ourense

    1973. Archeological Museum Ourens /Alhambra de Granada

    1974.Institute of Spain. London / H.Okura. Amsterdam /Museum Fine Arts. Santiago de Chile / Museum of Art. Valparaíso.Chile

    1975. Sea of Silver. Argentina / Córdoba. Argentina / Santiago de Esteiro. Argentina / San Juan and Healthy Pedro. Spanish Argentina / Bookstore. Buenos Aires

    1976.Sala Municipal. The Coruña

    1977. Archeological Museum. Ourense

    1978.Galería Arco gives Old Woman. Lugo

    1980. X Cycle Plastic Galician. Box Vigo. Urban Plastic Vigo / Assembling. Ourense / Kanagawa Prefectural Galiery. Japan / Gallery Sargadelos. Santiago / Room Luis Seoane. The Coruña / Kanagawa Prefectural Galiery. Japan

    1982.Sala Luís Seoane. Coruña / Arteder 92. Bilbao / VI Biennial. Pontevedra

    1983.Museo of Fine Arts. Biennial Santander / VIl. Spanish paint of the eighties. Pontevedra / Gallery Sargadelos. Madrid

    1985.Sala Nicanor Pinole. Gijón

    1986.Caja Postal. Santiago / Gallery Sargadelos. Santiago / Gallery Gruporzán. The Coruña / S.N.B.A., Foundation. Calouste Gulbenkian. Lisbon

    1987.Galería Gruporzán. The Coruña

    1989.Galería Expression. Ourense / 1 +1 Municipal Museum =12. Ourense / Parallel 42. Casa gives Parra. Santiago

    1990. Revision of a "Decade 1978/1988 "Auditorium of Galicia.

    Santiago and House of the Arts and History of my Vigo / Ai Ourense. Municipal Museum. Ourense / S.P. Archeological Museum. Ourense

    Gallery Thirty. Santiago de Composteia

    1991.Galería Trinta. Santiago de Compostela / Gallery Abel Lepina. Vigo / House Legs. Madrid

    1992.Arco 92. Madrid. Gallery Thirty / Exhibition Universal of Seville. (Exdust 92). Pavilion of Galicia.Sevilla

    1993 40 Critical/New Artists. Maritime Station. Vigo / Arc 93. Madrid. Gallery Thirty

    1994 Latin American Biennial of Engraving. The Coruña

    1995 March of fund. Gallery Abel Lepina Vigo

    1998 Gallery Thirty. Santiago

    1999 Gallery Thirty. Santiago

    2000 Gallery Thirty. Santiago

    2003 Gallery Marisa Marimón. Ourense

    2004 Arc Fair 2004, Madrid -Gallery Marisa Marimón

    2003 Gallery Marisa Marimón. Ourense

    2004 Arc Fair 2004, Madrid -Gallery Marisa Marimón

    2005 Collective Opening Cultural Center Caixanova in Ourense

    2007 Gallery PM8.Vigo

    2010 Center Simeón - Regional Government of Ourense

    2013 Foundation Laxeiro, Vigo / Space Sumay- Vilagarcía de Arousa


    Galician Plastic Galician Encyclopedia. Edited by Caixavigo

    Encyclopedia of the Art Españoldel Siglo XX. Francisco Calvo Serraller EditorialMondadori

    Universal Encyclopedia Larrouse. Planet Publishing Company

    Guide gives Art of Galicia. Galaxy Publishing Company

    Prints 1984-1985. Real Academy of Fine Arts. National Chalcography

    Big Encyclopedia of Art of Galicia. Editorial Hercules

    Auria. A hundred Masterpieces of the art of Ourense. Wool Región Publishing Company

    Artists Galegos.Tomo Painters /neoexpresionismo-abstraccións.Editoral New Galicia Edicions


    WORK IN:

    Worid Print Council. San Francisco. US

    Fine Arts Museum. Santander

    Museum Carlos Maside Sada. The Coruña

    Contemporary Galician Center of Art. Santiago de Compostela

    Board Collection of Galicia. Santiago de Compostela

    Municipal Museum Funds of Ourense

    Collection Caixanova

  • Andrés Nagel Tejada

    Andrés Nagel Tejada (San Sebastián, 1947) is a painter, sculptor and Spanish engraver, one of the current artists of biggest international projection.

    Nagel finished the race of Architecture in 1972; already by then it had exposed sometimes. In that same year he went into the engraving techniques and knew Chillida, who would be a key in its trajectory although it did not have to influence him esthetically, for Nagel opted from the principle for the figurative art in a way opposed to that of the famous abstract sculptor.

    With multiple interests and very traveller, Nagel went in those different years over countries, including Europe of the east, Turkey, the north of Africa... Its journeys to Venice, to Basel and to Kassel put it in tune with esthetic currents that did not access to the then precarious Spanish artistic circuit.

    In the middle of the 70 Nagel he initiated a feverish exposing activity, in collective as well as in individual: Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Pamplona... In 1976 he took part in the sample "New Spanish Painting" (New York) and two years afterwards in an exhibition in tribute to Joan Miró in Palm. In 1980, his works were included in several collective ones in the United States (Austin, Tallahassee and Cleveland) and it also contributed to the Biennial of Fredrikstad (Norway).

    From the eighties, its presence in international samples increases. In 1982 it takes part in the "II Trienal of Drawing" of Nuremberg, in 1983 in the "Biennale of Graphic Art" of Varna (Bulgaria), and in 1984 it takes part in collective in Dortmund, Bonn and Basel. In 1985 it is included in a selection of works of the Museum Spanish of Contemporary Art (predecessor of the Museum Queen Sofia) exposed in the Foundation Gulbenkian of Lisbon. In 1986 guest for the government of Iraq goes to the "Baghdag International Festival of Arts" together with Manolo Valdés and other Spanish artists.

    In 1987 Nagel it placed a big steel sculpture in a square of Barcelona, and went to the fair Fiac de París with a stand exclusively (gallery Gamarra and Garrigues). The following year the Museum of Fine Arts of Bilbao dedicated an anthological one to its graphic work, of which a reasoned catalog was edited. In 1989 the artist initiated a collaboration of more than ten years with the Tasende Gallery de La Jolla (California), with which it contributed to fairs in Chicago and Los Angeles and even exhibited in the Museum Meadows de Dallas.

    In 1991 it took an itinerant sample, which arrived in the Museum Tamayo and to whose opening the same Rufino Tamayo went in its last public appearance before dying, through Mexico. That same year Nagel took part in several collective ones (Boston, Hawaii...) and received Hakone Open-Air Museum of Japan the assignment of a sculpture for the open-air museum. In posterior years he exposed in half a world: New York, Iowa, Reindeer, Singapore, Hong Kong, San Diego, Paris, Chicago, Mexico D.F., Vancouver, Vienna, Milan... In 2001, a sculpture of his was exposed in the gardens of the historical Palais Royal de París, for the sample "50 ans of Sculpture Espagnole", that afterwards it soaked in the Park of the Retirement of Madrid.

    In 2003 he painted the frame "Target" for the calendar 2004 of the Spanish Union of Explosives (current MAXAM); later this design was spread in a poster in limited edition.

  • Oscar Oiwa

    Oscar Oiwa was born in 1965en Brazil.

    In 1989 it received its BFA of the Faculty of Architecture and Planning of the University of São Paulo.

    He took part in the 21st Art Biennial of São Paulo (1991).

    At present he lives and works in New York, although its work has been exposed in all the world.

    Since 1990 he has carried out nearly 60 individual exhibitions as in the Museum of Arizona State University Art, Contemporary Art Museum of Tokyo, Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art, Takamatsu City Museum and Museu Nacional de Belas Artes, Rio de Janeiro.



    National Museum of Modern Art of Tokyo,

    Art Museum Mori, Tokyo,

    Art Museum of Phoenix,

    Prince Alberto II of Monaco


    It is represented in São Paulo by Nara Roesler Gallery in Tokyo for Gallery Artfront in Beijing for BTAP + Gallery of Tokyo, Seoul Keumsan Gallery in Paris for Galerie Agathe Helion and in Hong Kong for Connoisseur Contemporary.

  • Pasin Sloan

    Pasin Sloan is born in Chicago in 1946.

    Itself gradua in Marymount College, Tarrytown, New York, and receives the qualification in graphic arts in the University of Chicago.

    Its paints and engravings are feats of a technical vistuosa. Its style is a photo-realistic to represent objects with ones reflex and with fund of prints.



    2009 Peltz Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    2008 Lewallen Contemporary, Saint Fé, New Mexico

    2007 William Havu Gallery, Denver, Colorado

    2006 Peltz Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    2005 J.Cacciola Gallery, New York.

    2004 J.Cacciola Gallery, New York, Gerhard Wurzer Gallery, Houston, Texas

    2003 Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington

    2002 Karl Oskar Gallery, Kansas City, Missouri

    1999 Tatistcheff and Company, New York,Peltz Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    1996 Butters Gallery, Ltd., Portland, Oregon ou Union League Club of Chicago.

    1994 Butters Gallery, Ltd., Portland, Oregon ou Landfall Press Gallery, Saint Fé.

    1993 Thimmesh Gallery, Minneapolis

    1992 Roger Ramsay Gallery, Chicago (it catalogues)

    1991 Butters Gallery, Ltd., Portland, Oregon

    1990 Peltz Gallery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,Cam. Real Gallery, Mouth Raton, Florida

    1985 Sister Guala OU'Connor Gallery, Rosary College, River Forest, ou Illinois G. W. Einstein Company, Inc., New York

    1984 ou Kirkland Fine Arts Center Gallery, Millikin University, Decatur, Illinois 1983 ou G. W. Einstein Company, Inc., New York

    1982 Illinois State Museum, Springfield

    1981 Frumkin and Struve Gallery, Chicago

    1980 G. W. Einstein Company, Inc., New York

    1979 G. W. Einstein Company, Inc., New York

    1978 Landfall Press Gallery, Chicago

    1977 G. W. Einstein Company, Inc., New York

    1976 University Club of Chicago, ou Chicago Galesburg Civic Art Center, Galesburg, Illinois

    1975 North River Gallery, Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago

  • Kumi Sugaï

    Japanese artist, born in 1919 in Kobe, Kumi Sugaï was very active in France from the principle of the fifties.

    Pupil of the School of Fine Arts of Osaka, was formed to the occidental pictorial techniques as well as to the traditional calligraphy. At the same time of numerous artists of its country, in that period, it is installed in France, in 1952. Its work sparks off the interest and he informs the following year to different rooms that they organize themselves as much in Paris as abroad (Foundation Carnegie in Pittsburg, Sao Paulo...).

    Its first personal exhibition takes place in Paris in 1954. This event, and the year 1954, exhibitions that organize themselves in the entire world in the ten years that continue are for him the preliminary point of numerous. The style of Sugaï keeps evolving. On its arrival in France its technique approaches the graffiti on fund of canvases almost without color; from 1953, it lays out towards the use of more colors and the abstract written signa appear imposing itself gradually.

    Some characters-insects, strange animals, are still present in its work. They disappear from the year 1958, when Sugaï decides to renounce any evocation. He is compared then to Gérard Schneider. Its “big emblematic compositions” are the culmination of its new writing.

    In 1960, the art of Sugaï changes brutal mode, taking on the possibilities of a geometrical abstraction. The combinations of forms drawn with the rule and of applied different colors without relief are repeated.

    Sugaï dies in 1996.

  • Daniel Spoerri

    Daniel Isaac Feinstein, acquaintance as Daniel Spoerri (Galaţi,Romania, the 27th of March 1930), is an artist and writer Swiss, born in Romania in 1930.

    It has been called «the central figure of the European post-war art» and «one of the most famous artists of the 20th century». Realism is associated it with the Nuevo and with the movement Fluxus.

    Spoerri is known by its snare-pictures, a type of assemblies or art of objects, in which it captures a group of objects, as the remains of foods of individuals, the dishes included, the cutlery and the glasses, all that it fixes, on a board or a table, which afterwards is exposed on a wall. He is also acclaimed widely by its Anecdoted Topography of Chance, a literary analogy of its snare-pictures, in which he makes a map of every object located in its table in a particular moment of the time, describing each with its personal memories that that object evokes.




    Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen (works from the Karl Gerstner Collection)

    Staatliches Museum Schloss Morsbroich, Leverkusen, Magie à la noix (German title: Zimtzauberobjekte; Nutmeg Magic)

    Städtisches Museum Abteiberg, Mönchengladbach

    Kaiser-Wilhelm- Museum, Krefeld, Edition MAT (about 8 pieces of the MAT Edition)

    Museum Ludwig, Köln, La table de Robert (Robert’s table)

    Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover, Abb. In : Sudden Death – Danse macabre

    Medizinhistorisches Museum, Ingolstadt, « Médicine opératoire »

    Kunstmuseum Hamburg , « J’étais cigarre » about 1982


    Musée Cantièni, Marseille, (with crutches and hay on wood)

    Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, «Restaurant de la Galerie J»;

    Hommage à Giacometti ; about 5 pieces of the series «Marché aux Puces»

    Musée Picasso Antibes, Colonna del Rinascimento

    Le Cyclop, Milly la Foret, south of Paris, (Room turned upside down)

    Chateau d’Oiron, 12 armours belonging to the series «Corps en morceaux»


    Petit Palais, Musée d’art moderne, Genf , «Ci gît Jean Ohnertz»

    Kunsthaus, Zürich, Erik Dietmann (from the series: Artists’ Palettes);

    Augenausfressen durch Rattenfraß“ (Eyes eaten by rats) (from the series: Criminal Investigations)

    Kunstmuseum, Basel, „Hodenklemme“ (Testicle clamp)

    Kunstmuseum, Solothurn, Edition MAT; «Vue cubiste de ma chambre»; (and about 5 other pieces)

    Museo Moesana (Graubünden), Histoires des boîtes à lettres No. 19: Ich bin der größte Sängerknabe (I am the best choirboy)


    Nordjyllands Kunstmuseum, Aalborg


    Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Works from the Hahn Collection          


    Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Collection d’épices ; Le Féticheur de Beaubourg               


    Strewinsky Museum, Lodz, Sevilla series              


    Museum Ludwig, Budapest, Sevilla series


    Museum of Modern Art, New York, «Petit déjeuner de Kichka»              


    Museum of Contemporary Art, Sidney, Snare picture

  • Joan Pere Viladecans

    Joan Pere Viladecans was born in Barcelona in 1948. In a first moment it showed interest in the poetry, the music and the fine arts and was through them that it discovered its vocation for the paint.

    In 1967 he carries out a series of paints inspired by the work of Salvador Espriu. In January 1969 he does its first exhibition in Room Gaspar, with presentation of Joan Brossa. From this date, it carries out and international and national exhibitions, Johanesburg, Toronto, Madrid, Seville, Washington, Cologne, New York, Taipei, Stockholm. He carries out multiple posters and covers of books, newspapers and disks. In 1971 he takes part (together with other intellectuals and artists) in the closing in Montserrat in protest against the Judgment of Boroughs and the death sentence.

    In 1971 he wins the prize “Primer Premi Internacional d'Art Jove” in Granollers. It projects the scenography “Calaix de Sastre” with the companyía “Claca” in homenatge to George Mèliés.

    In 1980 it exposes simultaniamente in three galleries of Barcelona (Gallery a hundred, Gallery René Métras, Room Gaspar).

    In 1983 he exhibits in El Museo Español de Arte Contemporáneo of Madrid.

    In 2000 Viladecans 365 dias. Cultural Center of the Duke Earl. Town Council of Madrid.


    1969 - First individual exhibition of Joan Pere Viladecans in the Room Gaspar, Barcelona. An exhibition that was repeated of new in 1971, 1973, 1975, 1980, 1988 and 1992.

    You enter the years 1971 and 1990 - Exhibition in Galeria Dreiseitel, Cologne, Germany. Gallery Quadrado Azul Oporto. Home of Goya Bordeaux (France). Duszka Patÿn Karolczak, Galerie d'Art Bruselas (Belgium). Gallery Ponce, Mexico D.F.

    1992 - Expo of Seville.

    1998 - Museum of Zoology of Barcelona.

    1999 - Room d'Exposicions de la Fundació Caixa de Manresa.

    1999 - Center d'Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona.

    2001 - UNDER DM 2000. Galerie Dreiseitel, Cologne, Germany.

    2003 - Arbeiten auf Papier. Galerie Dreiseitel, Cologne, Germany. Viladecans 15 anys of Showroom trajectòria of the Govern D'Andorra. Arbeiten auf Papier. Galerie Dreiseitel.

    2004 - Viladecans illustrates Edgar Allan Poe. Circle Cultural Center of Readers. Madrid.

    2005 - Institut d'estudis ilerdencs. Lleida.

    2006 - Gallery Horizon. Colera (Girona)

    2007 - Viladecans, Great Format Fontana d'Or (Girona). Gallery Joan Gaspar. Barcelona and Madrid.

    2008 - Palau Moja Barcelona.

    2009 - Viladecans Gran Format. Circle Foundation of Readers. Barcelona.

    2011 - Viladecans Obra Recent 2008-2010. Museu Can Framis. Fundació Vila Casas. Barcelona

  • Gerrit Westerveld

    Eacher of graphic design in the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Arnheim, where in that moment the Bauhaus still exerted a great influence.

    Its work was also influenced by movements as the Pop-art, Zero, informal German and the abstract expressionism. Besides working as plastic artist, Gerrit Westerveld has also taken part actively as graphic designer.

    This alliance between the fine arts and design seems to be very fertile.

    The evolution of a result discipline to be a new impulse in the other discipline.

    Next to xylography and color engravings in the past, in the last years it is mainly being worked in linoleums and serigraphies

    Sometimes, through this way of working, its "editions" pass "impressions" to be "a monkey".

    In its works it combines different basic forms often for the exchange of colors

    Its work can be recognized by its application of the basic colors and a, strong simple vocabulary of the form

    Gerrit Westerveld has also carried out books of artist, leporellos, and the impression portfolios

    Some of its designs have been executed as wall carpets by the Textile Museum of Tilburg, Holland

  • Zush

    Does EVRU live and works in Barcelona

    In 1968, the artist Albert Porta transforms himself into Zush while she creates his own state, Mental Evrugo State equipped with an own alphabet, the currency, the flag, later and with the change of century, transforms himself into Evru.

    In 1975, granted a scholarship by the Juan March Foundation, it studies holography in the M.I.T of Boston. In the eighty it already begins to apply the digital technology to his work. Its digital work is based on a concept coined by the same: PsicoManualDigital

    It participated in the international exhibitions as It documents VI de Kassel (1977), New Images from Spain, (1980) in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum of New York, Them magiciens of terre (1989) organized by Centre? Georges Pompidou of Paris, among others

    It has been object of great retrospective in Today Art Museum, Peking (2007), Shanghai DuoLun MoMA (2007), GNUS NX Gallery, Singapore, the MACBA, Barcelona (2001), or in the MNCARS, Madrid (2000)

    In 2001 it receives the Prize as much City of Barcelona by its two retrospective ones, [Zush. The Stir], MNCARS (2000) and [Zush-Tecura], MACBA (2000-2001).

    In 1999, the Laus prize by its first CD-ROM PsicoManualDigital. Its work its form leaves from the collections of the MoMA or the Guggenheim Museum of New York, MACBA, MNAC (Barcelona); MNCARS (Madrid); IVAM (Valencia); Centre Pompidou, Fondation Cartier (Paris), among others

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