Artists: Eduardo Arranz-Bravo and Rafael Bartolozzi
Title: "Sala Gaspar" (poster from the exhibition)
Size: 80 x 56,5 cm.
Printing method: offset
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Eduardo ARRANZ-BRAVO (Barcelona, 1941).
Painter, engraver and sculptor. He studied in the Saint Jordi’s Fine Arts School and in the San Cugat del Vallés’s International School of Wall Painting (1959-1962). In the 70’s he met Rafael Bartolozzi with whom started to collaborate.
During more than one decade they were realizing artistic projects that marked the history of Spanish contemporary art. Between these are standed out the paintings of the exterior fronts of the Tipel’s factory in Parets for the Vallès and the house for Camilo José Cela in Mallorca. His first work was near to the unformalism which he left in 1961. Since that moment his work moved towards the surrealistic world and the pop art’s esthetic. His work is present at the Museo Nacional Reina Sofía (Madrid); Contemporany art Museum (New York); the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (Brazil) and the Museo de Bellas Artes of Vitoria between others.
Rafael BARTOLOZZI (Navarra 1943- Vespella 2009).
He belongs to the generation of the 60s which brought together unequal artists inspired in the recovery of figuration and Pop Art. In 1962 started his studies in the Fine Arts's University in Barcelona and began to exhibit in Sala Gaspar.
In the beginning of his career he was fascinated for the abstractions of Millares, Saura and Tàpies, but since 1960s he turned back to the figurative art, becoming one of the best representative artists of Pop Art in Spain. In 1980s he sporadically turned to the informalism without forgetting the conceptual and objectual features of his work.
He was the director and the creator together with Joan Abelló of the National Visual Poetry's prize Joan Brossa. His works are present in the most important museumns of Contemporary Art.
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