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Miguel Vallinas and his modified human portraits

ART Miguel Vallinas is a photographer from Medina del Campo in Valladolid, Spain, who spends most of his time doing artistic photography. He’s been very passionate about art since his early childhood and has always felt the need to express himself through creative activities. He currently works with art galleries in Europe, America, Asia and …

Interview to Luz de la Calle about the image of The Biombo Art Blog for 2020

“The Biombo’s essence is her, Sara Sanz. Her elegance, beauty, effort and passion for art. All this is reflected in her special vision, from which she could see those who are still invisible.” Luz de la Calle Luz de la Calle is an artist who’s given me good vibes from the moment I met her. …

“Blah, blah, blah” Exhibition by Mel Bochner in Maddox Gallery

ART “What I’m trying to do is make the painting physical enough and complex enough that I lose intellectual control. Getting inside the painting isn’t the problem, it’s how to get out of it.” Mel Bochner “Blah, blah, blah” Exhibition of text-based paintings by the American Conceptual artist Mel Bochner will be displayed in Maddox …

The Biombo Collection

ART Every year an artist is chosen to design an image to support art for 365 days. An artwork that reflects what is The Biombo at every moment, a constantly evolved creative project that lives by and for the promotion of Art and Culture.

Interview to Luis Moro

ART Luis Moro (@arteluismoro) is an artist from Segovia (Spain) with a wide and diverse national and international career. Rodrigo Juarranz Gallery from Castilla y León has been with him for many years and has witnessed his successes. I was lucky to meet him at the 2019 edition of the Estampa Fair in Madrid and since …

Birdman, the fetish artwork of the Spanish artist Héctor Lara

What mystery hides inside? ART On February 18, 2019, after two years of intense work, the artist Héctor Lara completed “Birdman” in Valencia, which is his fetish artwork. This piece is integrated into the artistic current of hyperrealism, which emerged in the late 1960s and is based on the faithful, almost photographic reproduction of reality. …

Interview to Dani Mayo about The Biombo Muse

ART “I merely create color illusions” Dani Mayo Sara Sanz’s interview with Dani Mayo Tell us about the The Biombo Muse, your artwork. How did the idea come to be and what inspired you? What did you want to represent? It’s a female allegory or muse to art and culture.I love painting women and having …

Luz de la Calle dazzles us with her art at The Biombo

ART Luz de la Calle (@luzdelacalleart) is an artist living in Valladolid who stands out mainly thanks to her aerography technique. She especially likes working on meticulous portraits of people and animals, to which she always gives her personal touch. This way, she gives people who look at her art some food for thought, as well as making them …

Interview to Héctor Lara about Lujuria (Lust) Collection

ART “The golden color shows the power of the market and consumerism over all controllable elements.” Héctor Lara Lujuria (Lust) is one of the collections of the “Anti-decay” exhibition of the young artist from Jaén, Héctor Lara, sponsored by Lixpen and Cubiio. This artist, currently living in Valencia, is quite versatile as he does portraits …

“Memories” by Héctor Lara Art | Evolution of Technologies

ART “The Internet is much more than a technology. It’s a means of communication, interaction and social organization.” Manuel Castells “Memories” is a video installation by artist Héctor Lara based on Aesthetic Vaporwave, a current that criticizes capitalism and the accelerated development of new technologies. In this case it’s presented by the artist Héctor Lara (@hectorlara_official) with nostalgia of a recent past …