Ferrán García Sevilla

Ferrán García Sevilla (Palma de Mallorca, Spain, 1949) started his trajectory working in the field of conceptual art, to finally end up working on paintings and graphics following the postmodern style.
 
Garcia Sevilla is an image collector. His pictorial style, which could be seen as eclectic, reflects the influence of comics and graffitis, but also of eastern culture and philosophy in all its dimensions.The result are images which are built around a language which is close to primitive art, in which a rich, lively and contrasted color range is key. 
 
His work has been shown in very important cities around the globe, through exhibitions in the Cartier Foundation (Paris, 1997), the IVAM (Valencia, 1998), Malmo Konsthall (1998) or the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid, 2001), among others.