Curro González

Birth placeSeville, Spain Birth date1960

Curro González is a Spanish painter and artist representing the Sevillian generation of the 80s. He rescues pictorial practice with new speeches while reflecting on representation as the place to build the illusion of reality. The irony and sense of humour are common in this artist's work and constitute two elements with which he moves away from the serious and full of solemnity that permeates part of contemporary art, while constantly playing with the perceptual disposition of the viewer in his creations


His work is part of the most important Spanish collections and museums such as the La Caixa Foundation, the Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum, the Bank of Spain Collection, the Vitoria ARTIUM Museum, the Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art, the Cajamadrid Collection, the Coca-Cola Foundation, the Pamplona City Council or the Unicaja collection, as well as other international collections, such as the Stadtbücherei in Stuttgart (Germany).

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