Artists We Represent

Francesc Torres
He has spent most of his career internationally. In the late 1960s he settled in Paris, where he worked with Piotr Kowalski. During this period he put his work of industrial line-up. In the early 1970s he moved to Chicago and then New York, and Berlin, returning to Catalonia in 2002.

Joaquim Chancho,
Doctor in Fine Arts at the Universitat de Barcelona and Professor of Painting. Edition of Book A for the Escola d’Enginyers Industrials de Barcelona. He’s got pieces in MACBA, Museu de Montserrat, Collection Fundació La Caixa, Barcelona, Fundació Caixa de Tarragona, MOMA in New York, and private and public collections. He makes Série TB-2006, with 29 editions in engraving. In 2008, the bibliophile book Teoría de las señales, and in 2009, he makes 8 large printing engravings, 109 x 208 cm

Jose Pedro Croft
Oporto, 1957. Sculptor, engraver, sketcher. He engraves his first editions in 1990 and since then and regularly he makes at his workshop some series of engravings in which he influences and lets get influenced with his sculptures and drawings. Although his beginnings were marked by a conceptual language, he keeps own discovering his own methods, between sculpting and engraving techniques on metal, recovering the gestures from his first works and opening to colours. He’s got bibliophile editions with texts from people near his life and work.

Victor Mira
Zaragoza 1949-2000. Records in our workshop on a series of collages and woodcuts auguafuertes to display in his first exhibitions of graphic art in Munich and Barcelona FredJahn, Gal.Eude and 1983. We are artists’ books The murdererentered the city, published in 1986. And Stylites, the silence of the lip, in 1988. In 1990 he published a collection of woodcutsBaselitzbeuys Series, Series Stylites, Montjuic Series, Series and Series Spinning Parallel Muses and displayed in our gallery starting an editing Continue traveling with the artist’s book Bachkantaten, 1992 and will Trepitjan flors, 1994.
Tristan takes his work Barbarà editions graphics to ARCO, Frankfurt and Bassel since 1980 and conducts road shows in Europe, Museum Collioure, France. Kirchen Jesuits, Stadt Aalst.Bachwoche, Ansbach. Regensburg, Milan, Rome, Vienna, Madrid, Zaragoza, among others. Middle East, Damascus, Beirut, Amman and North America, Mexico City, Monterrey, New York.

Rafa Forteza
Palma de Mallorca, 1955. Painter, sculptor, grabador. He begins with the engraving Three totems, 1986, integrating fully in this means that will accompany him and combine in his career. He showed from this first engraving his capacity of reinventing his personal language and discover means to show us it and surprise us. Frequent visitor to the workshop ever since, manufactures a collection of engravings like Wall, 1989, of 1 x 2 metres; Series Maclas, 1992; Series Ancestors; Series Reunion. Important are his books of bibliophile, where the artist joins poets and men of letters, with whom he achieves to make himself understood and create: José Carlos Llop, Joan Brossa, José Ángel Valente, Friedhem Mennekes, Jochen Winter. Awarded at international level as engraver.

Michael Byron 
born August 18, 1954) is an American visual artist. He holds a B.F.A from the Kansas City Art Institute and a M.F.A from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Byron currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri where he is a professor of art at Washington University in St. Louis. Byron had his first one person exhibition in May 1982, an installation entitled For the Nun at Artists Space, NYC. His work was included in this venue in the group exhibitions Social Spaces, 1988, anddemonclownmonkey, 2002. He had one person and group exhibitions in other spaces for the next two years culminating in his participation in An International Survey of Recent Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art in 1984. The basic character of Byron’s studio practice and conceptual investigation developed at this time while participating in P.S.1’s National Studio Program (1982–1983). From 1984 to 1989, Byron continued to work and exhibit in New York City as well as in solo and group exhibitions in galleries elsewhere in the United States and in Europe. After participating in the 1989 Whitney Biennial, Byron moved to Amsterdam in the Netherlands where he lived and worked for five years. Other exhibitions include: As Far as Amsterdam Goes, 1985, at the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Netherlands: the Musee Départemental d’Art Ancien et Contemporain, in Epinal, France, 1992,and the 43rd Biennial of Contemporary American Painting at the Retrieved March 2011, Washington, D.C. in 1993. In 1997 Byron participated in group exhibitions at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, The Magic of Numbersin Stuttgart, Germany and the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art’s The City Series: St. Louis, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and in April, 2000, the “Deja Vu” exhibition at the Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah, N.Y.Solo museum exhibitions include the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut, 1987, a joint exhibition sponsored by the Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art and the Boijmans-van Beuningen Museum, both in Rotterdam, 1991. In March 1996, a group of paintings entitled Short Stories were exhibited in the Current Solo Exhibition Program at the Saint Louis Art Museum. The Amitin Notebook Project first exhibited at the Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis, November 2001–February 2002, traveled to the Blaffer Gallery, the Museum of the University of Texas, Houston, June–September 2002. An exhibition entitled “Cosmic Tears” opened at the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, St. Louis in September 2009.