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ROJO ROJO

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Opening: Wednesday, December 5th at 8 p.m.

What do ten artists have in common? The answer is red.

Rojo rojo is the result of the idea of five local artists who decide to invite 5 of their international referential artists that they follow through social networks. They don't known them personally, if not just through the social network, but thanks to this virtual contact they realize working "in pairs" while each one creates his own work.

The result are ten heterogeneous works with just three common elements: the size, 70x70cm, the support, paper, and a color: red.

So that, coming from Manila, USA, Brazil, Madrid and Portugal, the works by Anjo Bolarda Anjo, Charmaine Oliva, João Ruas, Ricardo Cavolo and Mariana a miserável will be shown along with the ones by Berto Martinez, Conrad Roset, Chamo San, Guim Tio and Paula Bonet.

A perfect excuse to meet some of the best referential artists of the contemporany figurative illustration.

 


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Mariana a miserável

Portugal, 1986

Mariana Santos, known as "Mariana, a miserável" (the wretched) studied graphic design at the Escola Superior de Artes e Design (Caldas da Rainha), where she developed a taste for the "no-saber-how-to-draw".

Two years ago she moved to Porto where she has actually been attending a Master in Graphic Design and Editorial Projects in FBAUP. In addiction to study, she is involved in several illustration projects: sheRead more

Chamo San

Barcelona, 1987

He studied Fine Arts at the UB (University of Barcelona) and at the Ecole National Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

He focuses his works on the arts of drawing and illustration without rejecting experimentations with other techniques, such as photography or installation.

He takes part of the collective "Penique productions": A group of artists, dedicated at different disciplines, that realize temporary performancesRead more

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Anjo Bolarda

He's born in Manila, growing up among Japanese influences and classic cartoons.

He defines his style "Sukiyaki Western" as a marriage between Japanese art, streetart, and low-brown illustrations. He is a multidisciplinary artist, and it allows him to handle both the commercial as the more contemporary demands. He has worked for Facebook, Nike, Tiger, Ogilvy, Yahoo Southeast Asia, National Arts Council of Singapore, Nestle, etcRead more

Berto Martinez

Barcelona, 1973

He studied at the Llotja School of Arts and Crafts, where he's been specializing in illustration and mural painting.

He is an expert of trends illustration, always looking for new medios and supports.

He collaborates with brands like Custo Barcelona, Zara, Alfa Romeo, Uniqlo, Nike, Clickair, Audi, Moet Chandon. He has worked for publications such as Playboy, W magazine, Casa Brutus, Marie Claire, Io Donna, GQ, MaxRead more

Charmaine Olivia

American artist ever in evolving and learning.

Her illustrations, photographs and paintings have appeared in publications and galleries around the world. Some of his clients and projects include Urban Outfitters, Lady Gaga, Hallmark, Stone Volcom, Element, Nylon Magazine, Inked Girls Magazine, Eyes on Walls, Threadless, Bolia and Society6.

www.charmaineolivia.com

 

Conrad Roset

Conrad Roset Terrassa, 1984

This young artist has become a reference yet. His works have been exhibited in Barcelona, Madrid, Porto and Los Angeles.

He has worked for different projects in advertising agencies, design studios, publishing editorials and newspapers. Customers include brands such as Zara, Adidas, Coca Cola, Editorial Oceano, Filmax, Periferiaestudio, Escletxa or Bubel and Globalrhytm.

He actually works both as anRead more

Guim Tió Zarraluki

1987, Barcelona

He studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona.

His works have been exhibited both in spanish galleries like Sala Pares, Artevistas, Esther Montoriol and in international ones in Strasbourg, California or Vancouver.

His pictorial research starts from the study of the human condition, treated with humor, irony and a strong degree of provocation: a reflexion on a society full of taboos and subjected to aRead more

João Ruas

Sao Paulo, 1981

João Ruas is a visual artist from São Paulo. He studied Graphic Design and, before turning himself exclusively into illustration and his personal works, he worked in graphics studios in the UK and Brazil.

His work has been exhibited in many galleries all around the world, in cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York or Miami.

http://feral-kid.com

 

 

Paula Bonet

Castellón, 1980

Graduated in Fine Arts at the UPV of Valencia, she steps up her academic career at NYU in New York, in Santiago de Chile UPC and Daedalus Art, Italy.

Among her personal shows:'Pauline on the Leach' in Blanco (Barcelona), 'The pell suau' Mequierovivir (Pamplona), 'I walked on tiptoe' O! Gallery (Porto) and '-La pile es frágil-dijos' Cream Espai Creatiu (Barcelona). And these are just a few.

She has been actuallyRead more

Ricardo Cavolo

Salamanca, 1982

Artist growing up between gypsies who paints fire and eyes; he draws eyes stories that he can't write.

Inspired by everyday life and by the tattoo art, he nakes a unique imagination in his work.

Graduated at Fine Arts where he studied in illustration, video, photography and painting, he has worked for advertising agencies as Sra. Rushmore, Young & Rubicam, Leo Burnett and for publishers, among which SM, Peripheral,Read more


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