Eager to make people laugh and without disowning his past with Tricicle, Carles Sans celebrates being... alone at last! A sentiment that’s the name of his first solo performance, ‘¡Por fin solo!’, which will tour theatres across Spain.
Goya, Velázquez, Murillo, Sorolla, Dalí, Picasso... Historically, Spanish painting has been renowned around the world. What about now? Who inherited the talent of those great masters?
Irma Álvarez-Laviada has managed to transcend pictorial art and reinvent her work using materials in her studio. Her personal style, wrapped in minimalism and delicacy, was a hit at ARCO 2022, and she’s back again this year.
Laura Mas, better known as Okokume, breathes fresh air into contemporary art with the iconic character featured in her paintings, Cosmic Girl, and an inspiring message to overcome social issues.
The relationship between magic, science, and philosophy has driven artist Leonor Serrano Rivas to rebuild contraptions that inspired a new vision of the world in the 16th century. The result can be seen at the Museo Reina Sofía.
Autobiographical themes, dreamscapes, LGTBI, and even the most traditional Manchegan folklore make up Pep Carretero’s widely varying artistic universe.
He will go down in history for being the first artist to sell a work of art in NFT (Non-Refundable Token) format at ARCO, for founding the incomparable Harddiskmuseum, and for interpreting art as an intangible concept of infinite resources.
The talent of conceptual artist Avelino Sala reveals itself again at Estampa 2022, showing some of his works, and the Lanzarote Art Biennial, where he presents his ‘Museo Arqueológico de la Revuelta’.
Teresa Solar’s art captivated the 2021 Liverpool Biennial and now follows suit at the Venice Biennale thanks to her attractive (and colossal) clay and resin pieces titled ‘Tunnel Boring Machines’.
The passion, sensitivity, and versatility of this Spanish artist captivated Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior’s creative director, who signed her for the spectacular ‘Cruise 2023’ fashion show recently held in Seville.
Marina Anaya’s is a universe full of colour and feeling, a world in which figures and tones transmit strength and optimism in abundance. The works of this artist touch are ‘born’ with a common spirit: the search for beauty, for positivity, for the most “beautiful and friendly” part, in her own words, of life.