The artistic practice of Rubén Guerrero (Seville,1976) is an investigation into the foundations of painting itself, in which he investigates motifs that are repeated throughout his career, such as twodimensionality, the surface and the ends of the canvas. For this reason, his paintings are difficult to categorize, as they evoke fragmented structures whose artificial composition explores the limits of the medium, turning painting into a radically contemporary discipline.
His work has been recognized nationally and internationally and is part of collections such as the Related Group Collection (Miami), Sammlung Friedrichs (Bonn), Domus Artium Contemporary Art Center (DA2, Salamanca), DKV Collection (Valencia), Caixa Foundation (Barcelona) and Per Amor a l’Art Foundation (Valencia), among others.
He has been part of exhibitions at the Centro Párraga (Murcia), CAC (Malaga), Matadero (Madrid), Artium (Álava) and at the Villa Croce Museum in Genoa (Rome) to mention just some of the most representative. He recently had a retrospective solo exhibition at Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo in Seville.
During the Building of the Great Wall of China. Group show. Luis Adelantado Valencia. Valencia, Spain