David Lechuga

David Lechuga | Lola Blue

David Lechuga

Lola Blue, 2005


43 x 14 x 13 cm

Galería BAT alberto cornejo

Madrid, España

Programa General B13


about David Lechuga

Madrid, 1950

The sculptor David Lechuga was born in Madrid, the city where he educated at the Applied Arts School and the Círculo de Bellas Artes. He was granted several scholarships, among which we might highlight the Scholarship of the Hoger Instituut Voor Schon-Kunsten, in Belgium. David Lechuga is a well-known artist because of his polychromatic sculptures inspired by the cubism and the surrealism. He carves any living body and groups of anthropomorphic bodies to represent mythological and usual scenes, with references to the primitive African art. He has made numerous exhibitions, both solo and collective, in different art galleries and museums, among them the Reina Sofía Museum of the Art Contemporary City Council Museum.

Featured works

Alejandro Monge | Holidays in Macao Supreme Blue

Alejandro Monge

Holidays in Macao Supreme Blue, 2021

Resina de poliéster, fibra de vidrio y billetes pintados a mano

25 x 40 x 50 cm

Isabela Puga | M3_AM_1

Isabela Puga

M3_AM_1, 2021

Caseína, cola de conejo, oro 22k sobre madera

120 x 120 x 6 cm


Andrea Torres Balaguer | Lilac

Andrea Torres Balaguer

Lilac, 2021

fotografía en papel Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta intervenida con pintura acrílica

100 x 85 cm

Iván Prieto | Bailarina falda plisada

Iván Prieto

Bailarina falda plisada, 2021

Glazed ceramic and acrylics

66 x 25 x 24 cm

Gorka García | Ariavento

Gorka García

Ariavento, 2020

Oil on board

180 x 180 cm

Malgosia Jankowska | Pico del Teide

Malgosia Jankowska

Pico del Teide, 2021

Acuarela y tinta china sobre papel

100 x 70 cm

Pierre Louis Geldenhuys | Esqueleto filiforme de cuadrados II

Pierre Louis Geldenhuys

Esqueleto filiforme de cuadrados II, 2021

Teselación, fibra de vidrio y caja de luz

80 x 80 cm

Toño Barreiro | Fleixa 14

Toño Barreiro

Fleixa 14, 2018

Esmalte sobre aluminio

80 x 80 x 10 cm

Tatiana Blanqué | Valldoreix soys vos

Tatiana Blanqué

Valldoreix soys vos, 2020

Rotulador y óleo sobre madera

100 x 100 cm