New director Miguel Faus is in the midst of producing 'Calladita' [Quiet], a film that, paradoxically, is giving people plenty to talk about. The reason: it’s the first in the world funded by NFTs to start filming.
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.
Despite her youth, Elena Gual has developed a unique and easily recognisable style thanks to her star theme, the female figure, and a classic technique that she brings back to life and adapts, impasto.
A living legend of contemporary Spanish painting and a tireless explorer of new messages and aesthetic possibilities. Sevillian painter Luis Gordillo wins our hearts again with his anthological chromatic series.
The pure lines of his sculptures establish a unique relationship with light and movement. Elegant and ethereal, his works have been exhibited (and admired) around the world.
Digital artist Anna Carreras knows no physical or imaginary boundaries. At the beginning of ISEA2022, we chat to her about generative art, creative language, and the infinite range of opportunities that the Internet offers the world of art.
Strength, passion, reflection, and a lot of existential truth are the keys that each of the works of Lita Cabellut exudes. The perfect cocktail to turn them into cherished objects of desire.
Laura Cano’s portraits inhale modernity and exhale classicism, which is why they’re able to transport the audience to bygone eras while remaining in the present. What’s behind this unique gaze?