Spanish painter, drawer, sculptor and ceramicist Miguel Barceló Artigues, born January 8th, 1957 in Felantix, Baléares, studied at the School of Decorative Arts in Palma de Mallorca. He is associated with the movement (Taller Llunàtic; 1975 – 1978) Neo –Expressionism, and cites his influences as Jean Dubuffet, Antoni Tàpies Jackson Pollock and of course, Pablo Picasso. The current exhibit at Musee National Picasso, Sol y Sombra, runs from March 22 to July 31, 2016.
Installation – Sol y Sombra
Sculptor, painter, graphic artist
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