La Caridad (Asturias), 1945
The sculptor Herminio Álvarez began his artistic training at the Humberto Experimental Art Workshop. As an artist, his most important concerns have been: balance, perpetual movement, electromagnetism. For his works he uses different materials: wood, metal, wire, glass... which he works with, focusing on the issues that concern him such as the reflection on the invisible, the tension, the unstable.
He has exhibited nationally and internationally in Toronto, Lisbon, Paris, Miami and Tokyo, in addition to having participated on several occasions in fairs such as ARCO Madrid and Art Madrid. Herminio's work is part of such outstanding collections as the Museum of La Rioja, the Museum of Fine Arts of Asturias, the Prince of Asturias Foundation and the Masaveu Collection.
Como un gorrión rasga la porcelana de la tarde IV, 2020
60 x 60 cm