YAMANDÚ CANOSA

GALERÍA ZIELINSKY

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ROBERTO RODRÍGUEZ REDONDO

ARANCHA OSORO

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GERARD FERNÁNDEZ RICO

3 PUNTS GALERIA

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YAMANDÚ CANOSA

GALERÍA ZIELINSKY

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ROBERTO RODRÍGUEZ REDONDO

ARANCHA OSORO

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Feria Art Madrid'19 Cibeles

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Carlos Albert | Con la ventana abierta

Carlos Albert

Con la ventana abierta, 2017

Hierro forjado

26 x 23 x 13 cm

Yamandú Canosa | Vértice

Yamandú Canosa

Vértice, 2016

Óleo sobre madera

47.2 x 40 cm

Lai Wei-Yu | After School Fight

Lai Wei-Yu

After School Fight, 2017

Óleo sobre tela

116 x 91 cm

Andrea Torres Balaguer | Peony

Andrea Torres Balaguer

Peony, 2017

Técnica mixta

142 x 112 cm

Lino Lago | S/T

Lino Lago

S/T, 2018

Óleo sobre lino

160 x 106 cm

Gilvan Nunes | Valse

Gilvan Nunes

Valse, 2017

Óleo sobre lienzo

200 x 150 cm

Rafael Barrios | Tumble

Rafael Barrios

Tumble, 2015

Acero lacado

61 x 56 cm

Roldan Lauzán Eiras | Anatta Vadi Zen

Roldan Lauzán Eiras

Anatta Vadi Zen, 2017

Óleo y papel plateado sobre lienzo

110 x 130 cm

Roberto Rodríguez Redondo | Trofeo Oso

Roberto Rodríguez Redondo

Trofeo Oso, 2016

Pintura en aerosol sobre relieves de madera

80 x 21 cm

Juanma Reyes | Cañon

Juanma Reyes

Cañon, 2017

Objetos diversos, acrílico, lápiz y spray

145 x 145 x 26 cm

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27 mar. 2018

Actualidad

BREAKING UP THE MOLDS OF TRADITIONAL MUSEUM

Progress to make art accessible to the public, overcome barriers and break down formats becomes more evident when we move in the field of urban creation. This discipline evolves in the thin line that separates the manifestations as true artistic expressions or as acts of vandalism, in spite of the fact that social valuation of these works has considerably moved forward. Contemporary art continues to be the natural field in which stronger and more flexible channels of communication between citizens and artists are woven.
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21 mar. 2018

Exposiciones

“MINIMUM SPOT, MAXIMUM IDEA”, PABLO AMARGO IN THE ABC MUSEUM

Among all the disciplines that art offers, illustration is usually the most forgotten. Perhaps because of the feeling of accessibility of this technique in contrast to other more demanding specialities. However, illustration has been considerably updated and is one of the artistic branches in which digital tools have come to stay.
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20 mar. 2018

Exposiciones

“ALL IS MOTION”: KINETIC & OP ART IN THE MUSEUM WÜRTH

Vasarely stated in 1955 in his famous Yellow Manifesto: "the art of tomorrow will be a collective treasure or it will not be art at all". Perhaps, at that time, the artists attached to the Op Art and Kinetic Art movements were not aware of the impact their works would have on the future of later art, but today there is no doubt that the concern and research surrounding the movement have left their mark.
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