Juan Genovés has always had a great concern to renew the Spanish art and give recognition to the artist he deserves. The Seven (1949), Parpallós (1956) and Hondo (1960). In this last group, which involved new figurative approaches to Informalism, Genovés developed a painting of expressionist and provocative nature. In recent years his work has taken a turn towards the investigation of the static movement in painting, the crowd has become the reference to talk about the problem of painting and visual rhythm.
It has been awarded the Honorable Mention (XXXIII Venice Biennale, 1966), the Gold Medal (VI Biennale Internazionale of San Marino, 1967), the Marzotto Internazionale Prize (1968), the National Arts Award (1984) the Prize of the Plastic Arts of the Generalitat Valenciana (2002) and the Gold Medal of Merit in the Fine Arts, Ministry of Culture (2005).