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  • Amaya Espinoza

    Born June 21, 1963 in Paris.

    Hussian fellow at the School of Art. Philadelphia, U.S.A., 1983.


    Personal assistant to Maestro Francisco Espinoza Dueñas in the HOUSE MUSEUM ESPINOZA, Burgos 1983-1989. It deals with public relations, correspondence and advertising. Designs and supervises the installation of exhibitions. Organizes events such as workshops, conferences, audiovisual, concerts and dance and theater performances, exhibitions and receptions opening.

    Resident Artist in the Alternative School, New Jersey, U.S.A. 1986-1989.

    Artist in Residence at the Center of Contemporary Culture of the Cartuja de Cazalla, Sevilla, 1990-1997. Creation and premiere of plays: "End of the Century", 1990; "John Tiger", 1991; "The Mighty Blue Mountains", 1992; "La Casa Invisible," 1993, and "The Angel Gabriel's greeting" series 1994. Creating tables tribute to King Don Pedro: "The Deaths of King Don Pedro."

    Collaboration with Maestro Francisco Espinoza Dueñas in the realization of two large mosaic murals for the City of Arcos de la Llana, Burgos, 1994.


  • Ana Musma


    From 2008. Faculty of Fine Arts. UCM.

    1998 - 2001. Sculpture. Superior Technician in Applied Arts of the Sculpture. School “La Palma”, Madrid.

    1997 - 2002. Potter (Structured Teaching). Madrilenian School of Ceramics of La Moncloa.

    1990 - 1993. Medicine Faculty. University Complutense of Madrid.

    1995 - 1997. Psychology Faculty. University Complutense of Madrid.



    2013. Torre Pujales awards a grant to artistic Foundation creation. Corme (To Coruña)

    2005. Juan Carlos, Madrid, awards a grant King University. “Joseph Beuys: demonstrations Theological in the Contemporary Art”. Imparted by José Cosme.

    2006. Grant UIMP. Eulalia Valldosera. Artist workshop. Santander.

    2006. Artist workshop with Eva Lootz. Museum Thyssen. Madrid.

    2006. Bodies, Objects, Languages.” Artist workshop with Viyé Diba. The Crazy Home. Madrid.

    2006. Body and Look: marks of the 20th century”. National Museum Center of Art Queen Sofia. Madrid.

    2006. Marks in the Campa. Sculpture Workshop with María Carretero. UIMP. Santander.

    2002. Visual Poetry. Workshop managed by Fernando Millán. Ayto. Alcorcón.

    2006. The Art as therapy. University Complutense Madrid.


  • 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.


  • Baldo Ramos

    Been born in Celanova in 1971, Baldo Bouquets cultivates. His artistic vocation since them 17 years,  When it begins to write poetry. It finishes off the career Of Philology Hispánica in the University of Santiago Of Compostela in the year 1994, in the that also studies.The Doctorate in Spanish Literature And Hispanoamericana.

    In the actuality devotes to the docencia in the area of Castilian tongue and literature in the IES of the Sar (Santiago Of Compostela). 

    How poet has published the following books: Raizames (New Leaves, Santiago de Compostela, 2001),

    The tree of the blindness (Espiral Senior, A Coruña, 2002), Los ojos of wools words (Foundation María of him Villar Berruezo, Navarra, 2002), He sueño of him murciélago (Pre-Texts, Valency, 2003), Newspaper of join farewell (Amarú, Salamanca, 2005, accésit Prize of Poetry Iberoamericana Víctor Jara), Dark and transparent (3C3, Santiago de Compostela, 2005), The ourego and the compás (House of the Grammar, Noia, 2006, 1ª ed. / Foundation Works Enríquez, Celanova, 2007, 2ª ed.), White on black (Gallery Sargadelos, Ferrol, 2007), Monologue of the calígrafo (Collection Bourel, Ribeira, 2008), Palimpsesto (Sotelo Blanco, Santiago de Compostela, 2009), Words stop an emptyness (Espiral Senior, A Coruña, 2009), The wound to comprise (New Leaves, Santiago de Compostela, 2011) and Cartography of the exile (Deputation of the Coruña, accésit Prize of Poetry Miguel González Garcés, 2015).


  • 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...

  • 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


  • 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...
  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Fernando Ferro Payero

    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...

  • 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.


  • 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


  • 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

  • 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.


  • 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...

  • 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.


  • 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


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • 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.


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