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An inner dialogue with Frida Kahlo (Fairy Tale) Work by Yasumasa Morimura. Executed in 2001. 

C-print on canvas.

Signed and numbered 3/5 with a label attached to the reverse.

Solid wood frame covered in gold leaf (Original frame by the artist).

 

Medidas:  W 124 x H 94,5 x D 7 cm (con marco)

 

Bibliography

Aperture – Daughter of art history. Yasumasa Morimura (2003)

Totem designed by Alessandro Mendini (1931-2019), made of ceramic with high gloss glaze. Composed of four independent pieces that make it detachable. Number 22/50. Italy.

Measurements: Diameter 18 x H 73 cm

Alessandro Mendini was an industrial designer, architect, and painter who played an important role in the development of Italian design. Winner of the Compasso d'Oro in 1979, his designs are characterized by his interest in the mixture of different cultures and forms of expression. His works can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris.

 

Bilbiography

Domus: monthly magazine on architecture, interiors, design, art. English/Italian text n. 615, March 1981

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Vinyl on wooden frame

Julian Opie (London, 1958) is a multidisciplinary artist who uses different materials, flat colours and advanced technologies to create effective works centred on the human body. The owner of a minimalist pop language of simple strokes and schematic figures, he proposes an unexpected interpretation of the classical portrait that he conceives with basic features influenced by urban signs and advertising.
Among his best-known collaborations are his portraits of model Kate Moss, the cover of Blur's compilation album, the stage design for U2's concerts and the window displays he designed for Selfridges department store. Tendencias del Mercado del Arte spoke to the artist on the eve of the opening of his new exhibition at the Lisson Gallery in London. Vanessa García-Osuna

Measurements: 287.9 x 177.4 cm

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Habitat Elusive, a sculpture by Eelco Hilgerson. This piece is made with polarised lenses and consists of two independent pieces.
Color: verde – azul

Measurements: Diameter 125 x H 73 cm

 

Eelco Hilgersom was born in 1979 in Amsterdam. Since he was a child he has been fascinated by architecture and the structures that nature creates. This fascination leads him to create abstract works based on these natural forms and organisms. In all of them Eelco looks for contrasts of form, colour or material. "My aim is to excite the viewer through the contrasts and complexity of the work. To achieve this goal he uses different techniques and materials. He constantly seeks the challenge of working with new materials. This requires learning the material by heart and discovering the possibilities of the material he wants to work with. What matters is the end result. Each concept he wants to develop requires a different approach, which is why he works with different materials. "As I don't impose myself, I don't impose guidelines or frameworks on myself, I can give free rein to my ideas.

 

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PHOTOGRAPHY ON PAPER

Maté has exhibited individually and collectively in museums and art centres. He won the Marcelino Botín Foundation Scholarship in 2002 and the Altadis Prize for Plastic Arts in 2003. In 2014 Maté was awarded the Comunidad de Madrid-Estampa Prize by the regional government for his work "La Cara Oculta".

Measurements: 127 x 163 cm

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SILK-SCREEN PRINTING,ACRYLIC S.PLEXIGLASS-IRON

Leonel Moura is a Portuguese artist born in Lisbon in 1948. He creates generative art using robots. He situates his work in the field of painting, but questions the artist's own role in the work.

He imagines a "symbiotic art" where man and machine work together to abandon the dominance of the art field for arbitrary human perceptions. The text "Swarm Paintings - Non-human art" describes his interests in the fields of artificial intelligence and robotics as artistic tools.

His art is characterised by a combination of architecture, philosophy and science. He has had numerous international exhibitions and in 1995 the Nouveau Musée/Institut de Villeurbanne organised his first retrospective. Moura has published numerous books in Portugal, Spain and France and has given lectures in different countries. In 2009 he was appointed European Ambassador for Creativity and Innovation by the European Commission.

Dimensions: 210 x 120 x 5 cm

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“Evidence” sculpture made by Alexandre Arrechea (Trinidad, Cuba 1970). Sculpture made of resin. Signed and numbered 8/35 dated 2006.

Includes lacquered wooden base and methacrylate urn.

Sculpture dimensions : Diameter 30 cm

Dimensions: W 40 x  D 40 x H 140 cm

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FOTOGRAFIA B/N

After graduating in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid, Santiago Sierra completed his training in Hamburg, where he studied with F. E. Walter, S. Browm and B. J. Blume. J. Blume. His beginnings are linked to the alternative art circuits of Madrid -El Ojo Atómico, Espacio P-, but much of his career has been developed in Mexico (1995-2006) and Italy (2006-2010). His career has always had a considerable impact on the critical art literature.

Sierra's work attempts to make visible the perversity of the power structures that foster the alienation and exploitation of workers, the injustice of labour relations, the unequal distribution of wealth produced by Capitalism and the perverse nature of work and money, and discrimination on racial grounds in a world marked by unidirectional migratory flows - South-North.

Measurements: 150 x 230 cm

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Large format wall-hanging sculpture handmade of 100% raw agave cotton thread. It has naturally dyed thread details in different shades. It is a contemporary reinterpretation of traditional geometric motifs of the indigenous cultures of South America. The piece hangs from a black bar with black iron connectors.

 

Medidas: W 256 x D 15 x H 130 cm

Totem designed by Alessandro Mendini (1931-2019), made of ceramic with high gloss glaze. Composed of four independent pieces that make it detachable. Pieces signed by the artist. Number 25/50. Italy.

Measurements: Diameter 35 x H 185 cm

Alessandro Mendini was an industrial designer, architect, and painter who played an important role in the development of Italian design. Winner of the Compasso d'Oro in 1979, his designs are characterized by his interest in the mixture of different cultures and forms of expression. His works can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris.

Bibliography

Domus: monthly magazine on architecture, interiors, design, art. English/Italian text n. 615, March 1981

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COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY / COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY

Per Barclay, trained in Art History, completed his studies in Italy until 1994 and settled in Paris, where he currently lives. He is a multidisciplinary artist who works in sculpture, photography and installation. The two main aspects on which his work is based are, on the one hand, installations, carried out inside and outside buildings, characterised by their use of liquid elements such as water or oil and, on the other hand, photography, sometimes as a record of his interventions, sometimes conceived as sculpture. In the case of photography, this becomes just another means to an end; what is really important for this artist is the result, not the technique itself. His photographs reflect on the human condition, which, according to him, tends towards violence, towards competition with his fellow human beings. Works that are born from the gaze of a sculptor, as he himself indicates.

He has exhibited at the Fondazione Merz (Turin, Italy, 2008), the Palacio de Cristal del Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid, 2003), Koldo Mitxelena Kulturunea (San Sebastián, 2002), the Centre de Création Contemporaine (Tours, France, 2001) and the Venice Biennale (1990), among others. His work forms part of national and international collections such as the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid), the Fundación Telefónica (Madrid), the Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain (Nice, France), Es Baluard Museu dArt Modern i Contemporani de Palma and the Bergen Kunstmuseum (Bergen, Norway).

Measurements: 227 x 170 cm

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“Rastro VIII”, 2008.

Concha Prada.

Digitised colour photography. Edition of 3.

Dimensions: W 294 x H 130 cm

 

Concha Prada's creative process moves around the interrelation between the photographic and the pictorial. From the strict use of photographic language, she develops a reflection on pictorial space and abstraction.

The thematic field of his work is the domestic space, and the mechanism that constructs and sustains his photographs is the installation of a pictorial device in the heart of the photographic.

With this new frame work he tries to push this mechanism to the limit.

A photogram is a photograph without a camera. It is the trace left by an object or action on the photographic paper impressed by a light source. The process is carried out in total darkness, so the result is a blind photograph in which gesture and chance play a fundamental role.

And it is through this process, and using a domestic object, a mop, that he develops this new work, producing a result that blurs the limits between the pictorial and the photographic.

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Caax, 2018

Serie Khamekaye

Paula Anta
Photography

Edition of 5

 

The Khamekaye series was executed in the Grande-Côte, a 150 km-long stretch of Senegal’s coastline between the northern outskirts of Dakar and the River Senegal estuary. Every now and then on this big expanse of beaches and sand dunes, one can make out structures made up of branches, plastic, fishing nets and various objects, rising up out of the sea, the sand and the vegetation. At first sight they look like formless, chaotic objects, tangles of branches and plastics that seem to have been washed up by the tides. But their composition, their vertical, somehow dynamic, presence in a place lashed by wind, water and salt invite curiosity as to what they are and what they are doing stuck out there in that particular place. Chaos provides opportunities to make wonderful discoveries, and little by little, to the observer’s eye, these tangled structures begin to take on more defined forms: animals, fantastic creatures, specific beings with arms, legs, heads, in movement, in groups, even foreshortened figures.

The Khamekaye are signs, great landmarks placed along the shore to mark places where there are villages further inland. They have a very specific purpose; a practical, domestic raison d’être. Their locations are not random, and their presence is not fanciful or unimportant. They make the locations of villages visible both from the sea (there are busy fishing zones all along this coast) and from the shore. Khamekaye is a word meaning “landmark” in Wolof, one of the most widely spoken languages in Senegal, and it is used exclusively to refer to these beach signals.

 

Measurements: W 180 x H 120 cm

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COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY

Axel Hütte's work is part of a tradition of German photographers who are direct heirs to the conceptual aesthetic and the teachings of Bernd and Hilla Becher, who, in the 1980s, readapted the original New Objectivity project to adopt a singular way of confronting the world. Like his fellow students at the Kunstakedemie in Düsseldorf - including Andreas Gursky, Candida Höfer, Thomas Ruff and Thomas Struth - he shares similar concerns and conceptual approaches: a persistent practitioner of the large-format camera, he adopts a cold aesthetic, the most neutral and disaffected gaze possible, to end up creating flat, technically impeccable images with a quality of detail that reveals his formal concern for nudity and purity of register.

Measurements: 135 x 165 cm

Totem designed by Alessandro Mendini (1931-2019), made of ceramic with high gloss glaze. Composed of three independent pieces that make it detachable. Pieces signed by the artist. Number 22/50. Italy.

Measurements: Diameter 18 x H 73 cm

Alessandro Mendini was an industrial designer, architect, and painter who played an important role in the development of Italian design. Winner of the Compasso d'Oro in 1979, his designs are characterized by his interest in the mixture of different cultures and forms of expression. His works can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris.

 

Bilbiography

Domus: monthly magazine on architecture, interiors, design, art. English/Italian text n. 615, March 1981

VAT not included

Souvenir 58 A . Ed. 1/5 ,2013
Digital printing and resin on dibond

Cesar Delgado

Medidas: W 150 x H 105 cm

 

The work of Cesar Delgado it could be compared to a scientific laboratory in which a world of tiny creatures is observed under a microscope. Meandering, twisted shapes intertwine in the fabric, delimiting paths with traces of coagulated liquid color. Like eels hatched in a tank of water, Delgado's signs vibrate with autonomous, independent life. Earthy browns mix with pure white and crawl through the space of the painting in twisted baroque convolutions. Suddenly, horizontal bands delimit and close the scene remembering that the scientific world is that of the artist where a precise, physically defined brushstroke takes us back to the world of the cold, impersonal and sharp brushstrokes of Lichtenstein.

It is the painting for the sake of painting, the abstraction for the abstraction, the work for the work. There is no pathos. Everything exists and can therefore be examined, studied like on an anatomy table. Delgado arranges the pieces of the painting for the autopsy of art history, acts as a paleontologist who breaks the stones so that fossil shells from the Jurassic period come to light. Spiral corneas, splintered bones, segments of foliaceous sheets vibrate in these slipped paintings of his own work in which a vague memory of Kandinsky merges with a problematic pop optic.

 

INDIVIDUAL EXPOSITIONS

2012    «Informatismo», Tomás y Valiente Art Center, Fuenlabrada
             «Informatism«, Space2. The Museum Gallery. Bogota Colombia

2010. «Informatismo», Fernando Pradilla Gallery, Madrid.

2009. Art Madrid Project Room

2007. “Derivados de Pintura”, Fernando Pradilla Gallery, Madrid.

2005. "Taxidermias", Fernando Pradilla Gallery, Madrid,.

2003. Dahl Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lucerne.

2002. Les filles du Calvaire Gallery, Paris.

1999 . Gallery Ars Vivendi, Munich.

1998. Valle Quintana Gallery, Madrid.

1997. Barrio y Valle Quintana Gallery, Madrid.

1994. MW Gallery, Madrid.

1993. Sala Pradillo, Madrid.

1988. Athenaeum of Madrid.

Jose María De Aurora

Colorphilia Caribe , 2023

Acrylic on canvas

 

The concept of his abstract and minimalist work evokes calm and serenity. The artist travels to a specific place and time with the different moving textures dressed in pure colours, giving his work an energetic prominence.

Inspired by the north of Spain, l'Empordà and the Costa Brava, José María de Aurora works with free and organic strokes that give his works a marked DNA. The handcrafted and rustic air created by the linen backgrounds, the pressed cottons and the textures based on aesthetic colour combinations provide warmth, tranquillity and elegance.

 

Measurements: W 104 x D 5 x H 104 cm

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"Butterfly Painting" by Damien Hirst, 2009

Work in acrylic, framed in a methacrylate case with transparent sides and a wooden background in gold leaf that reveals the artist's signature on the back.

This piece of art was made to celebrate the opening of the PinchukArtCentre in kyiv, Ukraine on April 25-26, 2009. Butterfly Spin showcases the spontaneity and overall energy of the artist's creative process. According to Hirst it is a “huge explosion of energy, full of life, color and optimism”. The colors used are introduced into the canvas and then subjected to a mechanical rotation movement that extends them, creating a transition of colors, resulting in a unique work of art that becomes pure expression. With this artistic method Hirst imitates the action painting of Jackson Pollock.

Measurements: W 80 x D 5 x H 85 cm

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“Geométrico romano VI, 2022”

Un kilo de verde

Miki Leal

Linocut on Somerset 410 gr. and Hahnemühle 350 gr. paper

Measurements : W 114x H 149 cm

 

AWARDS

2021 International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), New York, USA. Grant awarded by the
Consulado General de España en Nueva York. Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, Unión Europea
y de Cooperación. Gobierno de España.
2016 1º Premio del 31º Premio BMW Pintura. Madrid, Spain.
Beca de la Academia de BBAA de San Fernando in Rome. Rome, Italy.
2013 1º Premio. I Premio Bienal de Pintura Rafael Boti.
2009 Beca Cajasol.
2007 Premio Altadis de pintura 2006.
2006 Beca caja Madrid Proyecto BBC.
2004 Beca, Ayudas a la Creación Artística Contemporánea de la Consejería de Cultura de la Junta
de Andalucía.
2002 1º Premio. Certamen Nacional de Arte joven (I.A.J.) Málaga.
1998 1º Premio para Artistas Jóvenes de la Fundación el Monte. Sevilla.

 

Totem designed by Alessandro Mendini (1931-2019), made of ceramic with high gloss glaze. Composed of four independent pieces that make it detachable. Piece signed by the artist. Number 25/50. Italy.

Measurements: Diameter 35 x H 185 cm

Alessandro Mendini was an industrial designer, architect, and painter who played an important role in the development of Italian design. Winner of the Compasso d'Oro in 1979, his designs are characterized by his interest in the mixture of different cultures and forms of expression. His works can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum in New York and the Georges Pompidou Center in Paris.

 

Bibliography

Domus: monthly magazine on architecture, interiors, design, art. English/Italian text n. 615, March 1981

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