Aurora Vigil-Escalera

Aurora Vigil-Escalera

Gijón, España

Programa General A1

In 2015 Aurora Vigil-Escalera inaugurated a brand new project that was completyl her own after 30 years working in her family's art gallery Van Dyck. Although it began as a continuation, maintaining the same levels of demand and quality, the new space has become, through Aurora's desire and tenacity, into a place of innovation and research in constant modernization to adapt to the personal concerns of its director and the continuous changes of the artworld.

The gallery maintains the cult of its predecessor to the great avant-garde artists; representing established teachers such as Luis Gordillo, Juan Genovés, Luis Feito, Francisco Farreras or Chema Madoz. And it is precisely this legitimacy that offers support and endorsement to bet on and promote the work of mid-career artists and young talents of contemporary art, who find in this gallery their first professional opportunity in the art world.

Through these new generations, Aurora Vigil-Escalera is allowed to explore a new, more contemporary, vindictive and conceptual path, with an eye on the main national and international fairs and a program distributed between its headquarters in Gijón, a private showroom in Madrid and a growing online presence.

participating artists in Art Madrid'21

Ana Barriga

Jeréz de la Frontera

Gorka García

Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)

Herminio

La Caridad (Asturias)

Pablo Armesto

Schaffhausen (Suiza)

another artists in this gallery

Alejandra Glez

Alejandro Quincoces

Chema Madoz

David Rodríguez Caballero

Diego Moya

Eugenio Recuenco

Francisco Farreras

Francisco Mayor Maestre

Isabel Muñoz

Javier Torices

Lisardo Menéndez

Luis Feito

Luis Gordillo

Pablo Genovés

Santiago Picatoste

works in Art Madrid'21

Ana Barriga | Caserita no me dejes ir

Ana Barriga

Caserita no me dejes ir, 2020

Óleo, esmalte, rotulador y spray sobre lienzo

135 x 145 cm

Ana Barriga | Tu gatita

Ana Barriga

Tu gatita, 2019

Óleo, esmalte, rotulador y spray sobre lienzo

114 x 73 cm

Carlos Albert | Galactic blue

Carlos Albert

Galactic blue, 2020

Acero Corten RAL5002, RAL9011

177 x 66 cm

Carlos Albert | Sunset 28

Carlos Albert

Sunset 28, 2018

Hierro forjado pintado a mano

28 x 32 x 11 cm

Herminio | K.90 Cabestrante

Herminio

K.90 Cabestrante, 2019

Madera lacada y campos magnéticos

55 x 40 x 5 cm

Herminio | P.67

Herminio

P.67, 2017

Madera lacada, cristal, campos magnéticos

48 x 63 x 32 cm

Ismael Lagares | Red and blue X

Ismael Lagares

Red and blue X, 2021

Mixed media on canvas

128 x 178 cm

Ana Barriga | I learn the merengue

Ana Barriga

I learn the merengue, 2020

Óleo, esmalte, rotulador y spray sobre lienzo

27 x 23 cm

Carlos Albert | All we have is dream

Carlos Albert

All we have is dream, 2019

Hierro forjado pintado - RAL 3020 texturado

34 x 24 cm

Carlos Albert | Deep surface

Carlos Albert

Deep surface, 2020

Hierro forjado pintado

29 x 15 cm

Gorka García | Ariavento

Gorka García

Ariavento, 2020

Oil on board

180 x 180 cm

Herminio | K.90

Herminio

K.90, 2019

Madera lacada y campos magnéticos

55 x 40 x 5 cm

Herminio | R.63

Herminio

R.63, 2020

45 x 93 x 8 cm

Ismael Lagares | Red and Blue XX

Ismael Lagares

Red and Blue XX, 2020

Oil on canvas

128 x 178 cm

Ana Barriga | La fresita

Ana Barriga

La fresita, 2020

Óleo, esmalte, rotulador y spray sobre lienzo

27 x 23 cm

Carlos Albert | Cerbero

Carlos Albert

Cerbero, 2018

Wrought iron

57 x 47 cm

Carlos Albert | Elige tu propio destino

Carlos Albert

Elige tu propio destino, 2019

Acero Corten RAL3020 mate, 9005 Supermate

189 x 100 x 90 cm

Gorka García | Tramboria

Gorka García

Tramboria, 2021

Oil on wood

81 x 60 cm

Herminio | N.02

Herminio

N.02, 2011

Madera lacada, metal, cristaly campos magnéticos

24 x 16 x 6 cm

Ismael Lagares | Blue II

Ismael Lagares

Blue II, 2021

Mixed media on canvas

55 x 55 cm