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Aurora Rumí


Almería, Spain

43 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Madrid

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Works by Aurora Rumí

My Blade Runner

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Watching You

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Tokyo Motel

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Oasis Motel

2018

21 x 29.7cm

La Noche

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Zarib I

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Splashhh

2007

70 x 70 x 5cm

1700,00 €

Mi Manolo

2009

150 x 100 x 5cm

3300,00 €

Ages

2009

120 x 30 x 5cm

1600,00 €

Con la Chispi

2009

70 x 70 x 5cm

1700,00 €

Watching Beach Tv

2009

150 x 50 x 5cm

3200,00 €

Design Beach

2010

150 x 100 x 5cm

3500,00 €

Best Friends

2007

150 x 100 x 5cm

3300,00 €

100 Points !!!

2007

70 x 70 x 5cm

1700,00 €

I love flesh

2007

100 x 70 x 5cm

1800,00 €

Calentito

2007

70 x 70 x 5cm

1700,00 €

Sexy Raggaeton

2010

100 x 70 x 5cm

1800,00 €

9 pm

2007

70 x 100 x 5cm

1800,00 €

No tan niña

2007

140 x 100 x 5cm

3300,00 €

On Red

2008

70 x 100 x 5cm

1800,00 €

Holland Girl

2010

90 x 90 x 5cm

2300,00 €

Beach Dance

2010

150 x 100 x 5cm

3500,00 €

Red

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Follow Me

2017

21 x 29.7cm

Tokyo Girl

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Jeti Girl

2017

21 x 29.7cm

The Club

2017

21 x 29.7cm

Legs Bar

2017

21 x 29.7cm

X Ray Eyes

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Nowhere

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Lust

2018

21 x 29.7cm

The Island

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Milkshake

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Lighthouse

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Smoking

2018

21 x 29.7cm

Aurora Rumi (Almeria, 1977).
Graduated in Fine Arts as a graphic designer, she has experimented in different
artistic plots, and in his current work we contemplate a synthesis of that baggage: a drawing of expressive lines, compositional collage and desert landscapes with a twilight palette.

Pencil on paper and digital color illustrate in the artist's series "Gigantes"(Giants) a desire to create her own universe, a kind of theme park in which large structures of human appearance are the attraction of the traveler who walks absorbed between crossroads and highway motels . Under the influence of cinematographic language and comics, each image forms a narration in fragments and invites the viewer to build their own.

In "Playa" (the Beach) series, Aurora Rumí wants to convey that beyond what we see with the naked eye, there are thousands of possible readings in everything that appears before our eyes. The artist likes to reinterpret at will the behaviors and situations she observes on a daily basis, in this case on the beach. In this series, it is the bodily expression of the people portrayed that tells us the stories we see.