Featured Artist: LLUÍS BARBA
Lluís Barba is a multidisciplinary artist who works in media such as painting, photography, sculpture and video art.
Born in Barcelona, he studied at the Llotja School and the Center for Visual Arts Massana School of Barcelona. Lluís Barba has exhibited his work in Europe, the US, Latin America, Canada, and Japan. His work is part of several public collections and museums MACBA Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, Centro Wifredo Lam Contemporary Art Havana Marugame Hirai Spanish Contemporary Art Museum Japan, MADC Museum of Contemporary Art and Design in Costa Rica, MAVAO Visual Arts Museum Alejandro Otero, Jacobo Borges Museum MUJABO MACC and Museum of Contemporary Art of Caracas.
A Contemporary Interpretation of The Prado Museum Masterpieces
Renowned digital Photographer Lluis Barba offers us a fresh twist on The Prado Museum’s Spanish and Dutch Art from The Golden Age: The Early Nineteenth Century, with special emphasis on, Diego Velázquez, El Greco, Francisco de Goya, Hieronymus Bosch, and Pieter Brueghel. Barba is inspired by the 200-year-old Prado Museum given its position as a primary depository for Spanish art. This collection of Barba’s photographs focuses particularly on the artistic relationship the artists of the Spanish School maintained with foreign artists.
“For me, the works by the great masters at the Prado Museum have been a key issue in my inspiration.”
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