Juan Fernández Álava

Juan Fernández Álava | Rita Ines

Juan Fernández Álava

Rita Ines, 2017

Oil on canvas

46 x 35 cm


about Juan Fernández Álava

Piedras Blancas (Asturias), 1978

Juan Fernández Álava has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Salamanca. In his work, he recognizes classical influences opting for oil on canvas. His portraits offer, however, a nuance of the actuality that relies on poses, activities or on the clothes themselves to offer a clear idea of a specific time. Juan Fernández is committed to portraits but at the same time continues to draw drawings that he presents as installations.

He has participated in numerous groups since 2004, in spaces such as DA2 Salamanca, Le Peuple (Brussels), LABoral, Baluarte, the Palacio Conde de Toreno de Oviedo, the Niemeyer Center or the aforementioned Guillermina Caicoya, Altamira and La New rooms.

about the artist's works

Featured works

Richard Stipl | Resonance

Richard Stipl

Resonance, 2019

Arcilla y metal

53 x 24 x 20 cm

Andrew Schoultz | Vessel With Red Beast

Andrew Schoultz

Vessel With Red Beast, 2019

Acrylic on canvas

91.5 x 76.5 cm

Jorg Karg | Four seeds five flowers

Jorg Karg

Four seeds five flowers, 2019

Printing by pigment under acrylic glass on aluminum dibond

130 x 106 x 3 cm


Alejandro Gómez Cangas | Brecha

Alejandro Gómez Cangas

Brecha, 2019

Oil on canvas

160 x 125 cm

Edin Mustafic | Anatomie 1

Edin Mustafic

Anatomie 1, 2015


30 x 30 cm

Hendrik Czakainski | 26390

Hendrik Czakainski

26390, 2019

Cartón y pintura sobre MDF

250 x 150 cm


Carlo Borer | Cluster

Carlo Borer

Cluster, 2011


45 x 65 x 40 cm


Guim Tió Zarraluki | Niu

Guim Tió Zarraluki

Niu, 2018

Oil on linen

162 x 130 cm

Julio Anaya | Bocklin Zoom

Julio Anaya

Bocklin Zoom, 2019


80 x 100 cm


Misterpiro | Meanwhile


Meanwhile, 2019

Esmalte acrílico y spray sobre panel de madera

120 x 120 cm

PichiAvo | The Father of Comedy 5/5


The Father of Comedy 5/5, 2019

Impresión giclée intervenida sobre papel

120 x 90 cm


Guillermo Ocio Forascepi | S.T

Guillermo Ocio Forascepi

S.T, 2018

Madera de olmo negrillo

35 x 27 x 14 cm