Leonor Fini fue una pintora argentino-italiana que desarrolló gran parte de su carrera artística en Francia.
Karel Appel fue un influyente pintor holandés cuyas abstracciones figurativas emplearon formas y colores expresivos. Al igual que Jean Dubuffet, Appel se inspiró en las obras de arte de los niños y en el rechazo de los gustos estéticos sofisticados. “La pintura, como...
Marino Marini fue un artista italiano mejor conocido por sus esculturas ecuestres figurativas. A lo largo de su vida, volvería al tema de un caballo y un jinete con los brazos extendidos a ambos lados, como se ejemplifica en su obra seminal El ángel de la ciudad...
Patrick Heron fue un pintor, diseñador y autor que hizo notables contribuciones al desarrollo del arte abstracto. Empleando el término "no figurativo" para describir su exploración del color vibrante, creía que todo el arte podía considerarse abstracto. Heron trabajó...
Alexander Calder was an American artist (1898–1976) best known for his invention of kinetic sculptures known as mobiles.
Born in Paris in 1965. He moved with his family to Spain in 1968.
Sonia Delaunay-Terk (1885–1979) was a painter and designer who, along with her husband Robert Delaunay and other artists, founded the Orphism art movement.
Mr. Brainwash (“MBW”) is the pseudonym of French-born street artist Thierry Guetta, who came to all parts of the Western world after the film Exit Through the Gift Shop directed by fellow street artist Banksy.
Sam Francis (USA, 1923-1994) was an Abstract Expressionist painter and lithographer, known for his exuberant use of color. He studied art at the University of California, Berkeley, after serving in the air force during World War II.
Giuseppe Capogrossi (Italy, 1900-1972) was an Italian painter. After obtaining a degree in law in 1923–1924, he decided to study painting with Felice Carena at Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma.
Friedensreich Hundertwasser (Austria, 1928–2000) was a painter, printmaker, and architect best known for his paintings characterized by colorful, ornamental, and biomorphic shapes.
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) was an iconic American artist whose work helped to establish both Minimalism and Conceptual Art.
Robert Indiana (1928-2018) was an American Pop artist whose work drew inspiration from signs, billboards, and commercial logos.
Educated as a medical doctor, the German-Egyptian sculptor Dr Gindi spent her entire life wandering around different cultures and alongside emotional abysses.
Robert Combas (1957) is a French artist who is known for founding the Figuration Libremovement—closely aligned stylistically to Neo-Expressionism in the United States—as a counter to Conceptual and Minimalist Art.
Peter Klasen (1935) is a German artist known for his collage-like Pop Art paintings and prints.
Paul van Hoeydonck
Between 1955 and 1965, Paul van Hoeydonck (Belgium, b.1925) was at the very center of artistic developments in Brussels, Antwerp, Paris, Venice, Milan, Dusseldorf, and New York.
Nam June Paik
Nam June Paik (Korea, 1932-2006) was an American-Korean artist widely credited as the founder of video art.
Mimmo Paladino (1948) is an Italian Transavantgarde sculptor, painter, and muralist who played a central role in developing the Transavantgarde movement, which sought to bring emotion, figuration, and mysticism back into avant-garde art.
Mel Munsen (USA, 1946), Pursuing his love of glass, he spent a year pouring hot glass and then taught himself the process of fusing and slumping.
Martin Bradley (U.K., 1931) is known for creating abstract and symbolic works that draw on Eastern calligraphy and Buddhism.
Mark Tobey (1990-1976) was an American artist known for his densely calligraphic paintings.
Zao Wou-Ki (1921-2013) was a Chinese-French artist known for his non-representational paintings that blended Eastern and Western modes of art making.
Kim Ki-Chang (1913-2001), also known as Unbo, was a modern ink painter who was born in Seoul, Korea.
Joan Miró (Spain, 1893-1983) was a seminal figure in 20th-century avant-garde painting. The Spanish artist’s innovative use of line, organic shapes, and color represented a major contribution to Surrealism.
Jesús Rafael Soto
Jesús Rafael Soto (1923-2005) was a Venezuelan artist known for his kinetic sculptures and large-scale installations.
Helmut Middendorf (Germany, 1953) is a contemporary German painter. His large-scale, gestural paintings are brilliantly-colored and representational, populated by images of nightlife, sexuality, and emotion.
Hans Hartung (1904-1989) was a French-German artist known for his lyrical abstractions and involvement in the Art Informelmovement.
Erró (Iceland, 1932) is an Icelandic Pop artist known for his work in collage. He gathers images from a variety of popular sources, including advertisements, comics, and posters.
Genichiro Inokuma (Japan, 1902–1993) began his career as a figurative artist, later becoming well known for his abstract paintings.
Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002) was a Spanish artist known for his colossal public installations.
Donald Sultan (USA, 1951) is a contemporary painter best known for his use of industrial materials to depict everyday subjects.
Chu Teh-Chun (China, 1920-2014) was a Chinese-French abstract painter who pioneered the integration of traditional Chinese painting techniques with Western abstract art.
A central figure in the modern art movement for the past forty years, Chu Ko (Taiwan, 1931-2011) is known for his image of the unwinding knot.
César (France, 1921-1998) was a French sculptor and member of the Nouveau Réalisme movement, best known for his use of compacted cars and recycled metals.
Carlos Cruz-Diez (Venezuela, 1923-2019) was an artist and member of the Op Art movement whose work focuses on the kinetic energy of color.
Ben Vautier (France, 1935) is a French artist known for his text-based paintings.
Arman (France, 1928-2005) was an American-French artist best known for his unique style of found-object sculpture.
Antoni Tàpies (Barcelona 1923-2012) was a Spanish artist known for his mixed-media paintings that incorporated marble dust, found objects, and resin .