Miguel Marina

Miguel Marina Madrid,
Until now I have understood my work as a process in which each piece and each material led me to the next, which has provoked formal and discursive leaps that have as a common axis to analyse and think the landscape and the different elements that compose it from painting and the space within it.

I think of the process that involves the union of idea-image-material as a common nexus in my practice and I believe that this has extended to form a body of works that look at different fronts but that refer to the same thing. -A kind of fragmented narrative that evokes the making and the manual as a conscience and a starting point when I relate to my work on a daily basis.

Graduated in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid. In 2010-2011 he lived in Bologna, Italy where he continued his studies within the Erasmus programme at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Bologna. He has participated in residencies such as Casa de Velázquez (Madrid 2013), Piramidón Centre d'Art Contemporani (Barcelona 2016), Real Academia de España en Roma (Rome 2017-2018) and Fundación BilbaoArte Fundazioa (Bilbao 2019).

His work has been shown in exhibitions as part of institutional projects such as Una historia del arte reciente (1960-2020), Museo de Arte Abstracto, Cuenca 2020, Cuenca 2020 and Cuenca 2020.

Abstract Art, Cuenca 2021, Painting: Renovación permanente, Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid 2021, Lanzarla al aire, Fundación BilbaoArte Fundazioa, Bilbao 2020, Generación 2020, La Casa Encendida, Madrid 2020, El territorio es un acto, Injuve Sala Amadís, Madrid 2020, La radice del domani, Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando, Madrid 2019, Processi 145, Academia de España en Roma, Roma 2018, XXIX Circuitos Artes Plásticas, Madrid 2018 and Laboral Centro de Arte e Investigación, Gijón, 2019.

Or in galleries such as: Nordés, Santiago de Compostela (2018 and 2021); Ana Mas, Barcelona (2020); The Goma, Madrid (2019); ethall, Barcelona (2018); Combustión Espontánea, Madrid (2017) and García Galería, Madrid (2013).

His work is part of collections such as: DKV, Abadía Retuerta, Bilbao Arte Fundazioa, Colección AECID, Real Academia de España en Roma, Piramidón Centre d'Art Contemporani, Colección Montemadrid or Fundación General Universidad Complutense Madrid.

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