GROWING UP

COLECTIVA

RICARDO CALERO, MARCELA GUTIÉRREZ, JUAN PÉREZ AGIRREGOIKA, MP&MP ROSADO, LUIS ROYO & RÓMULO ROYO, AMPARO SARD

RICARDO CALERO (Jaén, Spain, 1955), uses in his work elements and primary supports, in order to reborn it. Then, materials like glass and metal takes part new dimension, under his sutil evocative way. The poetry talks about nothing, silent, passive to time and Word. He has participated in different Art fairs such as ARCO, Estampa, ART – Cologne and he has won different awards.


MARCELA GUTIÉRREZ (Florida, USA, 1978). She has worked with important companies of Mass media, as iconic firm Prada, with singer Beyoncé and Alexander McQueen and John Gallaino. In her works are common realistic portraits do with aquarelle and gouache paper. Nowadays, she works between Barcelona and New York.

JUAN PEREZ AGUIRREGOIKOA (San Sebastián, Spain, 1963). He uses the humour as a “therapy to talk about things that worried to me or I do not understand”. However, in his draws, he paints all he think. Recently he has exposed his work in Museo Reina Sofía and in the Guggenheim of Bilbao.

MP&MP ROSADO (Cádiz, Spain, 1971). The work of Manuel Pedro y Miguel Pablo Rosado are conditioned to the fact that are twins. Thus, leads them to experiment with this relation, which is the argument point and approach identity to their works. They have received different awards like Pollock-Krasner Foundation in New York (2002 – 2003).

LUÍS ROYO & RÓMULO ROYO (Olalla, 1954 y Zaragoza, Spain, 1976).

Fantasy and reality are mixed in the work of these two artists. Sensual and obscure pictures appear in their paintings, which transforms in art works for exhibitions. We could appreciate their work in books and videogames, CD as well as some sculptures of their charismatic images.

AMPARO SARD (Mallorca, Spain, 1973) is knowed to put holes in the spaces, using different media: draw, video, space, installation and sculpture. Her works are present in some important collections of contemporary art: Guggenheim (New York, USA), MoMA (New York, USA), Deutsche Bank (Berlín), Colección Testimoni de La Caixa, Teylers Museum, Artium, Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporaneo, CODA Museum, Es Baluard, Casal Solleric o Fundació Hera, among others.