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El pan nuestro de cada día I, 2005

Oil on canvas

Alejandro Ortíz

Measures:  W 152 x H 213

 

AWARDS
2005 Award Fernando Botero, Honorable Mention, Bogotá, Colombia
2000 Bronx Museum, Artists in The Marketplace, Bronx , NY, USA
1999 Award from Ministerio de Cultura y Turismo to create a mural in the city, Bogotá, Colombia
1998 First Prize, XXXVII Salón Nacional de Artistas, Bogotá, Colombia
1997 Salón Regional de Artistas, Mention, Bogotá, Colombia

INDIVIDUAL EXPOSITIONS
2008 Plexus, Galerie b-146, Zürich, Switzerland
2006 Plexus, Galería El Museo, Bogotá, Colombia
2003 Hedi Khorsand Gallery, L.A. Art International, Los Angeles, CA. USA
2003 Hedi Khorsand Gallery, L.A. California. USA

 

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Andy Dandy (TEN), 2007

Pigmented inks on photographic paper. 5/5 Edition.

In these diptychs of the tandem The Hilton Brothers combine the portraits “Altered Image” made in a collaboration between Makos and Andy Warhol and the flowers of the series “Bloom” by Solberg. Makos created this series of portraits in which he used everyday elements to create and alter individuality. Solberg used light and insulation to pay homage to the real beauty of flowers, not their superficial beauty. As a tribute to Warhol’s passion for flowers, both of them decide to create these very beautiful, but at the same time profound, diptychs, a conceptual song dedicated to sincere beauty.

The Hilton Brothers (Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg) A couple of New York photographers whose work has been exhibited internationally in museums and galleries, including La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Galerie Catherine Houard (Paris), Galerie Sho Contemporary Art (Tokyo), Christopher Henry Gallery (New York), Karl Hutter Fine Art (LA), and NSU Art Museum.

Measures: W 165 x H 110 cm

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Andy Dandy (FOUR), 2007. The Hilton Brothers (Christopher Makos y Paul Solberg)

The “Altered Image” portraits made in a collaboration between Makos and Andy Warhol and the flowers of the “Bloom” series of Solberg are combined in these tandem leaflets of The Hilton Brothers. Makos created this series of portraits in which he used everyday elements to create and alter individuality. Solberg used light and isolation to pay tribute to the real beauty of flowers, not their superficial beauty. As a tribute to the passion for Warhol flowers, they both decide to create these beautiful, but profound diptychs, a conceptual song dedicated to sincere beauty.

Pigmented inks on photographic archival paper. 5/5 Edition.

The Hilton Brothers (Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg) These visual storytellers explore freedom and the parameters of collaboration, a shared language that is spoken through their images and collage. His most notable works are in the series, “Speed” (2006), “Andy Dandy” (2007), and “Narrative” (2009) and “Conscience” (2007). They share numerous publications, such as Mistaken Identity (2009) and his work, Tyrants + Lederhosen (2011). His work has been exhibited internationally in museums and galleries, including La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Galerie Catherine Houard (Paris), Galerie Sho Contemporary Art (Tokyo), Christopher Henry Gallery (New York), Karl Hutter Fine Art (LA), and NSU Art Museum, and more recently the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art.

 

Measures: W 165 x H 110  cm

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Cobalto, 2017

Oil on canvas.

Rubén Rodrigo Silguero

Measures: W 162 x H 220

 

Rubén Rodrigo
Salamanca, Spain, 1980.

His pictorial work is influenced by the New York School’s expanded color field painting, surrealist tachism, and by certain concepts of Japanese Shintoism such as chance. This controlled chance, mystery and a certain tactile quality related to lightness are present in his work.

In his canvases Rodrigo explores the formal possibilities of color in fields.
practically monochromatic. “I want to reach maximum purity by means of a
a unique stain process that the Japanese call sumi-e and that alludes to an ancestral monochromatic technique of naturalistic character that pursues the synthesis of the ruled forms of nature through a single stroke of the brush. I am interested in the pulse, the tension, the spirituality and the vitality of the pictorial space”.

Rubén Rodrigo has a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Salamanca, where in 2019 his great exhibition entitled La luz y la furia (Light and Fury) was exhibited at the Centro de Arte DA2 Domus Artium.

 

Juan Francisco Casas

Thenordicweightlessnessnight#2, 2017

Drawn with pen and marker on paper

 

Juan Francisco Casas Ruiz 1976: He has made numerous solo exhibitions highlighting (He) artbroken (Jonathan Levine Gallery), Saturdaynigthbathroom, Bare (ly) there and Foreignaffairs, (A) utopic (Fernando Pradilla Gallery, Madrid, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2014 respectively), After (h) ours (El Museo Gallery, Bogota, Colombia 2011), MyLovingNation (Ferrán Cano Gallery, Palma de Mallorca, 2007), Sacrebleu! (Sandunga Gallery, Granada, 2006), Mis (s) behave (Sala Rivadavia, Provincial Council of Cádiz, 2006) and participated in the most important art fairs in the world, as well as in almost all ARCO editions since 2002 Exhibitions in New York, Miami or Chicago to Seoul, Singapore, London, Paris, Mexico or Basel, among many others, have had their work and received numerous national and international awards and scholarships.

 

Measures: W 148 X D 5 X H 208 cm

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GAA21 – 12 / BS 0147

Mixed media on canvas, Bosco Sodi 2012. </ p>

 

Bosco Sodi (1970, Mexico City) is known for its large-scale paintings, richly textured and brightly colored. Sodi has discovered an emotional power within the essential rawness of the materials he uses to execute his paintings. Focusing on material exploration, the creative gesture and the spiritual connection between the artist and his work, Sodi seeks to transcend conceptual barriers. Sodi leaves many of his paintings without title, with the intention of eliminating any predisposition or connection beyond the immediate existence of the work. The work itself becomes a memory and a symbolic relic of the artist’s conversation with the raw material that led painting to creation. The influences of Sodi range from l’art informel, from artists such as Antoni Tàpies and Jean Dubuffet, to colorful masters such as Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko.

 

Measures: W 186 x H 186 cm

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Photo by Paula Anta “Busano 02” from the series “Paraísos Artificiales”. 2008.

Artificial Paradises pretends to be an own and very concrete paradise, in a very specific place. Paradise is a “fence” created by men. It is a place of perfection in nature, of reconciliation with our origin, of serenity towards the near. The paradises are there, they wait for us, we win them at times, they expel us from them to recriminate (ourselves) with their existence. Artificial Paradises is made in the three most important cities of South Korea: Seoul, Busan and Daegu.

Paula Anta Born in Madrid in 1977, she graduated and received his doctorate in Fine Arts with international mention, from the Complutense University of Madrid.2 She completed professional piano studies (professional title plan 66). Her academic and research training has been developed, in addition to Spain, in Frankfurt (artistic creation scholarship Atelierfrankfurt) and Cologne (Germany), College of Spain in Paris (France) 3 4 and Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Italy) .It is worth highlighting the Atelierfrankfurt artistic creation scholarship (Germany). He has also carried out projects in Senegal, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, as well as in India and South Korea or in Latin American countries such as Peru (Pillpa Photo Project 10 ), Ecuador, Brazil and Venezuela, where some of their series have emerged.

Measures: W 158 cm x H 188 com

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Photo by Paula Anta “Busano 03” from the series “Paraísos Artificiales”. 2008.

Artificial Paradises pretends to be an own and very concrete paradise, in a very specific place. Paradise is a “fence” created by men. It is a place of perfection in nature, of reconciliation with our origin, of serenity towards the near. The paradises are there, they wait for us, we win them at times, they expel us from them to recriminate (ourselves) with their existence. Artificial Paradises is made in the three most important cities of South Korea: Seoul, Busan and Daegu.

Paula Anta Born in Madrid in 1977, graduated and earned a doctorate in Fine Arts with international mention. His academic and research training has been developed, in addition to Spain, in Frankfurt (Atelierfrankfurt artistic creation grant) and Cologne (Germany), College of Spain in Paris (France) 3 and Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Italy). He has also carried out projects in Senegal, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, as well as in India and South Korea or in Latin American countries such as Peru (Photographic project Pillpa 10), Ecuador, Brazil and Venezuela, where some have emerged of his series.

Measures: W 158 x H 188 cm

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Photo by Paula Anta “Seul 01” from the series “Paraísos Artificiales”. 2008.

Artificial Paradises pretends to be an own and very concrete paradise, in a very specific place. Paradise is a “fence” created by men. It is a place of perfection in nature, of reconciliation with our origin, of serenity towards the near. The paradises are there, they wait for us, we win them at times, they expel us from them to recriminate (ourselves) with their existence. Artificial Paradises is made in the three most important cities of South Korea: Seoul, Busan and Daegu.

Paula Anta Born in Madrid in 1977, graduated and earned a doctorate in Fine Arts with international mention. His academic and research training has been developed, in addition to Spain, in Frankfurt (Atelierfrankfurt artistic creation grant) and Cologne (Germany), College of Spain in Paris (France) 3 and Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Italy). He has also carried out projects in Senegal, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, as well as in India and South Korea or in Latin American countries such as Peru (Photographic project Pillpa 10), Ecuador, Brazil and Venezuela, where some have emerged of his series.
Measures: W 158 x H 188 cm

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Cyan color photograph of the series, “Flores de color”, printed on photographic paper.

 

Mónica Sánchez-Robles She is a multidisciplinary artist who currently lives in Madrid, although she has lived for years in France and Italy. She has a degree in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid, at the BBAA in Granada, she has completed PhD studies, she continues her training in digital photography at the EFTI School of Photography, in Madrid, and she completed her postgraduate course at Parsons Paris School of Design in Paris. She has exhibited individually in galleries in Spain and France. In addition, she has exhibited collectively in various exhibitions and fairs in France, Spain, Miami, London and Switzerland.

Measures: W 120 x H 160  cm

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Photograph in magenta color of the series, “Flores de color”, printed on photographic paper.

 

Mónica Sánchez-Robles She is a multidisciplinary artist who currently lives in Madrid, although she has lived for years in France and Italy. She has a degree in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid, at the BBAA in Granada, she has completed PhD studies, she continues her training in digital photography at the EFTI School of Photography, in Madrid, and she completed her postgraduate course at Parsons Paris School of Design in Paris. She has exhibited individually in galleries in Spain and France. In addition, she has exhibited collectively in various exhibitions and fairs in France, Spain, Miami, London and Switzerland.

 

Measures: W 120 x H 160   cm

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Souvenir 49 E. Ed. 3/5 ,2013
Impresión digital y resina sobre dibond
(59 x 523⁄4″)

César Delgado

Medidas: W 110 x H 137 cm

 

El trabajo de César Delgado podría ser comparado con un laboratorio científico en el que un mundo de criaturas diminutas es observado al microscopio. Formas serpenteantes, retorcidas se entrelazan en la tela delimitando sendas con huellas de color líquido coagulado. Como anguilas incubadas en un tanque de agua, los signos de Delgado vibran con vida autónoma, independiente. Los pardos terrosos se mezclan con el blanco puro y se arrastran por el espacio del cuadro en retorcidas circunvoluciones barrocas. Repentinamente, bandas horizontales delimitan y cierran la escena recordando, que el mundo científico es aquel del artista donde una pincelada precisa, físicamente definida nos retrotrae al mundo de las frías, impersonales y punzantes pinceladas de Lichtenstein.

Es la pintura por la pintura, la abstracción por la abstracción, la obra por la obra. No hay pathos. Todo existe y puede por tanto ser examinado, estudiado como en una mesa de anatomía. Delgado dispone las piezas de la pintura para la autopsia de la historia del arte, actúa como un paleontólogo que rompiera las piedras para que afloren a la luz conchas fósiles del periodo jurásico. Córneas espirales, huesos astillados, segmentos de pliegos foliáceos vibran en estos cuadros deslizados de su propia obra en los que un vago recuerdo de Kandinsky se funde con una óptica problemática pop.

 

EXPOSICIONES INDIVIDUALES

2012    «Informatismo», Centro de Arte Tomás y Valiente, Fuenlabrada
             «Informatismo«, Espacio2. Galería El Museo. Bogotá, Colombia

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

2009 . Art Madrid Project Room

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

2005 . “Taxidermias”, Galería Fernando Pradilla , Madrid, .

2003 . Dahl Gallery of Contemporary Art, Lucerna.

2002 . Galería Les filles du Calvaire, París.

1999 . Galería Ars Vivendi, Munich.

1998 . Galería Valle Quintana, Madrid.

1997 . Galería Barrio y Valle Quintana, Madrid.

1994 . Galería MW, Madrid.

1993 . Sala Pradillo, Madrid.

1988 . Ateneo de Madrid.

Iris 4, 2006

Litografía

José Manuel Broto (Zaragoza,1949)

Measures: W 96,5 x H 127 x 7 cm

 

Museums and collections:

Museo de Arte Abstracto Español, Cuenca

FRAC (Fond Regionaux D’Art Contemporain), Midi-Pyrénées. Francia

The Chase Manhattan Bank, Nueva York, EE.UU

Fundación Juan March, Madrid

Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Nueva York, EE.UU

FNAC (Fond National d’Art Contemporain), París, Francia

The Kampo Collection, Tokio, Japón

Fundación A. Tàpies, Barcelona

The DOVE Collection, Zúrich, Suiza

Ateneum Museum, Helsinki, Finlandia

Fundación Peter Stuyvesant, Ámsterdam, Holanda

Fundación Maeght, Francia

Colección Arte Contemporáneo, Fundación ”la Caixa”, Barcelona

Colección Preussag, Hanover, Alemania

IVAM, Valencia

Colección Iberdrola

 

 

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Home for a new man (Immeubles-Villa, Le Corbusier). Without specific location, not built. 1922-29

 

Digital printing of pigmented mineral inks, Hahnemühle Photo rag cotton paper, frame and glass. Edition 5 + 2P.A.

 

Emilio Pemjean : Born in 1971 in Chile. Architect by the School of Architecture of Madrid.
In his work as an Architect he has been awarded in numerous architecture competitions, his work exhibited, published in books and magazines and received various awards such as: Toulouse Photo Contest, “AL Betrayal” EFTI Madrid, “Photography Competition FNAC” Madrid, etc. He carried out workshops with famous artists such as Chema Madoz, Ciuco Gutiérrez, Manuel Rufo, Jesús Micó, etc. </ p>

Measures: W 140 x H 140 cm

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Home for a new man (Immeubles-Villa, Le Corbusier). Without specific location, not built. 1922-29

Digital printing of pigmented mineral inks, Hahnemühle Photo rag cotton paper, frame and glass. Edition 5 + 2P.A.

 

Emilio Pemjean : Born in 1971 in Chile. Architect by the School of Architecture of Madrid. In his work as an Architect he has been awarded in numerous architecture competitions, his work exhibited, published in books and magazines and received various awards such as: Toulouse Photo Contest, “AL Betrayal” EFTI Madrid, “Photography Competition FNAC” Madrid, etc. He carried out workshops with famous artists such as Chema Madoz, Ciuco Gutiérrez, Manuel Rufo, Jesús Micó, etc.

Measures: W 140 x H 140 cm

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S/T Junio 96
Oil painting

Roberto Ruiz Ortega,heir of American expressionism, with broad vertical strokes creates chromatic fields that are superimposed by constructivist layers with their own language based on their personal plastic universe.
He has been awarded with the acquisition of his work for the 2002 Generation of Caja Madrid Awards. He has participated in many solo exhibitions and his work is present in: Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum, Galician Contemporary Art Center, Coca Cola Foundation, Artium Museum of Vitoria, Caja Madrid Collection, BBK Foundation Collection, Vizcaya Provincial Council , Banco Central Hispano Collection, or the International Investment Bank of Luxembourg among others.

Measures: W 200 x D 200 cm

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Resina sobre madera con neón

Fernando de Ana

Si existe un gen del arte, Fernando de Ana (Talavera de la Reina, 1979) y licenciado en Bellas Artes, lo lleva consigo. Desde que nació ha estado rodeado de óleo y lápices, espátulas y aguarrás. Pertenece a la tercera generación de una saga de artistas que comenzó a principios del siglo XIX con su tío abuelo, José Pérez, pintor y primer director del Museo de Arte de Cádiz, y siguió con su padre, Juan Carlos Jiménez, también pintor y Doctor en Bellas Artes.

Si sus antepasados se deleitaban con la luz y los bodegones, Fernando de Ana ha querido explorar también otros lenguajes más contemporáneos, trabajando primero como ilustrador –ha recibido varios premios internacionales- y creador de dibujos animados, para más tarde empaparse del diseño y la vanguardia holandesa, país pionero en este campo, donde compaginaba su labor artística con la de director de arte durante más de una década. Su trabajo ha estado expuesto en Praga, Bolonia, Ámsterdam o Londres, entre otras ciudades y ha sido seleccionado y galardonado en diferentes certámenes de arte.

De esa trasversalidad de influencias y de esa simbiosis de referencias clásicas y vanguardistas, llega ahora su madurez como artista. Alejado de su zona de confort, el artista apuesta por un lenguaje propio en el que las emociones priman sobre lo metálico. Su modo de estar en el mundo palpita en su obra: las relaciones humanas marcadas por el sexo, la soledad y la melancolía, la ansiedad como catalizador del arte, las obsesiones girando en espiral, la repetición de patrones, el morbo agitado con la ternura infinita, la Inocencia frustrada que aun así respira, lo conmovedor como motor. La obra de Fernando de Ana responde a un proceso creativo maduro, construido a lo largo de varias décadas explorando diferentes formatos, donde el material, el sentido y el sentir van en la misma dirección. ‘Forbbiden carnal’, su elegante serie en resina y neón, se ha convertido ya en un exponente al combinar sin complejos un material aparentemente frío y de límites geométricos con la calidez y la sensualidad de la luz, de modo que ha conseguido que ambos elementos intercambien naturalezas.

El autor se desnuda a través de esta minuciosa técnica y nos habla de su mundo interior, sus contradicciones y sus miedos, todo ello atravesado por Eros y Thanatos, el placer y el dolor, la contradicción como génesis misma de la vida. Cada obra de ‘Forbbiden Carnal’ muestra un aspecto de las relaciones sentimentales, un instante en la relación con el otro, siempre compleja y necesaria: la flecha del primer contacto visual, la vulnerabilidad propia, la seducción como tótem y motor, la mentira y lo decadente, la caricia como antídoto a la soledad. Nada mejor que la resina, el color y la simbiosis de la geometría con el neón para expresar todo este universo sensitivo, que no solo busca conectar con lo bello y lo terrible del espectador, sino seducirle a él también.

Medidas: W 240 x D 150 cm

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Photo by Paula Anta “Nos” from the serie“Nudos”. 2019.

 

Paula Anta Born in Madrid in 1977, she graduated and received his doctorate in Fine Arts with international mention, from the Complutense University of Madrid.2 She completed professional piano studies (professional title plan 66). Her academic and research training has been developed, in addition to Spain, in Frankfurt (artistic creation scholarship Atelierfrankfurt) and Cologne (Germany), College of Spain in Paris (France) 3 4 and Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (Italy) .It is worth highlighting the Atelierfrankfurt artistic creation scholarship (Germany). He has also carried out projects in Senegal, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Turkey, Morocco, as well as in India and South Korea or in Latin American countries such as Peru (Pillpa Photo Project 10 ), Ecuador, Brazil and Venezuela, where some of their series have emerged.
Measures: W 126 x D 5 x  H 186

 

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“Sin título nº 61”. 1999

Photography on paper attached to board

Unique piece


Susy Gómez

She was born in Pollença in 1964. She studied Fine Arts in Barcelona. Her exhibition at the Fundació Miró in Barcelona in 1993 marked the beginning of an ascending and very prominent trajectory within the generational scenario to which he belonged. In 1995 she joined the Hall of the 16 and her work could be seen in the Whitechapel in London, which followed numerous exhibitions inside and outside of Spain. In 1999-2000 he made the first exhibition at the IVAM in Valencia, curated by Enrique Juncosa. The exhibition was titled “Some things that I called mine” and it clearly perceived its affiliation to international, post-minimalist and post-conceptual languages, explorers and analytics of the creative process and its plasticity through the relationship between work and space.

Measures: W 130 x H 240 cm