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Demo

1960
Toledo, Spain

18 Works exhibited on Kooness

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The Big Rhino, Black

2022

200 x 90 x 50cm

35000,00 €

Robot, Red

2022

32 x 20 x 10cm

2400,00 €

The Big Duck

2022

90 x 90 x 120cm

16500,00 €

Worm, Colors.

2022

150 x 60 x 60cm

14000,00 €

Clown Skull

2022

18 x 15 x 20cm

8000,00 €

Bear, Pink

2022

75 x 40 x 35cm

6000,00 €

Clown Skull. Big

2022

210 x 32 x 58cm

52000,00 €

Gummy Bear, Red

2022

200 x 75 x 50cm

30000,00 €

Cat, White

2022

45 x 30 x 20cm

5000,00 €

Gummy Bear, Light Blue

2022

200 x 75 x 50cm

30000,00 €

Gummy Bear, Yellow

2022

200 x 75 x 50cm

30000,00 €

El Gallo, mediano

2022

54 x 35 x 30cm

6500,00 €

Gummy Bear, Orange

2022

200 x 75 x 50cm

30000,00 €

The Big Rooster

2022

200 x 110 x 80cm

34000,00 €

La Venus

2022

27 x 5 x 7cm

1400,00 €

La Gioconda

2022

48 x 32 x 0.3cm

850,00 €

Clown Skull

2022

8 x 8 x 10cm

1400,00 €

Eladio de Mora-Granados, dEmo, is one of the most original creators on the Spanish art scene. Born in Mora, Toledo, in 1960. A self-taught artist, dEmo's concerns began when he conceived a doll with springs, nuts and tweezers. A great art connoisseur and enthusiast, he is also known for his role as a collector. A multidisciplinary artist, he has focused his work fundamentally on sculpture, which he conceives, above all, to be exhibited in public spaces. dEmo manages to turn everyday elements, common utensils and toys rescued from our collective memory into authentic icons. This iconization of the domestic is one of the main hallmarks of this artist's work. Bears, ducks, divers, flowers, rhinoceroses, cows, pigs, cats, robots, with bright flat colors that can reach enormous dimensions and often repetitions of the same element, populate the visual world of dEmo, which tries to seduce the public with humor, to achieve greater ecological awareness, without losing sight of the fact that sculpture is not an object, but rather a question and a motor of thought.

He has presented his work in cities around the world, such as the IVAM (Valencia), the Baroja Museum (Gijón), the Santo Domingo Cifuentes Museum of Contemporary Art (Guadalajara), the Arterra Contemporary Museum in Vienna (Austria), the Museo of Fine Arts of Havana (Cuba), the MACAY Museum of Contemporary Art of Yucatan (Mexico), among others. In 2016 he was chosen to make the 'Tegesta' trophies at the Miami Fashion Week film competition, which were awarded for the first time in 2017. He has also made the Fuenso Shoe Desgn Awards, Gijón International Video Art Festival, Motor and Aula del newspaper El Mundo, Women Together in New York, among many others. He has collaborated for firms such as Franck Müller, Omega, Swatch, Rolls Royce or Scalpers.