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Angel Mateo Charris


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Works by Angel Mateo Charris

Cartagena, Murcia, 1962 Bachelor of Fine Arts by the San Carlos University of Valencia, this Murcian painter includes his work in the figurative line coined as “neometaphysics”. Charris’s style is very influenced by comics, pop art, visual languages of American black cinema and certain classical authors, especially Edward Hopper. Another very common trait in his work is the reference to the history of art, as well as abundant literary nexuses. His pieces continually quote consecrated works, participating in post-modernist postulates. Charris’s paintings can be found in such important collections as the Argentaria Foundation, the Coca-Cola Foundation, the Bancaixa Collection, the Testimoni La Caixa Collection, the Reina Sofía National Art Center Museum, the IVAM, and the Artium de Vitoria among others.
Solo Exhibitions 2017 ERROR 404 [NOT FOUND]. Sala Parés HISTORIAS CONTROVERTIDAS. DECIR LO INDECIBLE. Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid LOS COSMOLOCALISTAS · MÁLAGA. Centro Cultural MVA, Málaga PICTIONARY ISLAND · BILBAO. Galería Juan Manuel Lumbreras, Bilbao PICTIONARY ISLAND. Ermita de San Roque. Fuente Álamo de Murcia. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC · MIKI LEAL Y CHARRIS. Palacio de la Madraza, Granada 2016 GALLERY SWEET GALLERY II. Galería Siboney, Santander CHARRIS EN TIKILANDIA. My Name's Lolita Art Gallery HANDSCROLL. Today Art Museum, Beijing · Total Museum, Seoul · Spanish Embassy, Tokyo THE COSMOLOCALISTS. MURAM Museo Regional de Arte Moderno, Cartagena THE JOHANSSEN. Palacio Consistorial, Cartagena UNA MIRADA EN ABIERTO. COLECCIÓN FUNDACIÓN COCA-COLA. Centro de arte Contemporáneo La Conservera, Ceutí (Murcia) 226 POINTS. Galería My Name's Lolita Art, Madrid 2015 LOS MARES DEL TIKI (SANTANDER). Galería Siboney, Santander LOS MARES DEL TIKI (BARCELONA). Galería Trama, Barcelona SUMMA CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2015. Matadero, Madrid IMAGO MUNDI. MAP OF THE NEW ART. Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Venice COLECCIÓN MAXAM. PINTURA ESPAÑOLA DESDE 1900. Latino Cultural Center. Dallas (Texas). The Michelson Museum of Art, Marshall. HITCHCOCK. Vuela Pluma Ediciones, Madrid