His work draws from Magritte, Duchamp, On Kawara and Michael Asher, among others. His elegant and minimalist conceptual art teases the audience to make them think. His latest project? The 'empty' Spanish Pavilion at the Venice Biennale.
Ana Barriga’s diametrically innocent and perimetrically conniving pictures and sculptures have found a perfect match in the current art market. At her latest exhibition in Dubai, all her works sold a fortnight before opening.
It seems that Santiago Segura has one purpose in life, to make people laugh. And he’s been hell-bent on it since 1998, when ‘Torrente, the Dumb Arm of the Law’ came out.Now, he’s back on the big screen with ‘Father There Is Only One 3’.