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Miguel Rasero

Córdoba, 1955
Sin título, acrylic on wood, 100 × 120 cm

About the artist

Rasero is an artist from Cordoba based in Barcelona. He works indistinctly in the language of painting and sculpture and his themes are particularly varied, ranging from still life to paintings that reinterpret classic works from the history of art.

However, the theme of the still life has always remained in the artist’s career, as he works in his own unique way, using the collage technique that allows the artist to recreate textures, create perspective and give his works a great luminosity.

He is an artist in constant evolution, always daring to incorporate innovative elements in his work. Hence, with the passing of each year, the register of his work becomes enriched by the new series, with new hues and elements that delight and surprise us in each new exhibition.

Rasero counts with a long career of exhibitions in Catalonia and Spain, regularly participating in prominent art fairs and exhibitions in galleries and public institutions abroad. In 1996 he was invited by the Spanish Embassy in Jakarta to represent up emerging creation in Spain. The Diputacion of Cordoba dedicated a retrospective to his work in 2002 and in 2004 the Galeria Vallecchi in Florència presented a retrospective after a residency in Cuba where he had developed a collection of prints. He has developed numerous public projects, for the hall of a business centre in Atlanta as well as various public sculptures, the most recent being a large sculpture in Cornella de Llobregat and another for a village in the province of Cordoba. In 2006, he realised a solo show at the Juan Cabré Museum in Calaceite, and in December of the same year participated in another retrospective exhibition of his work at the Galeria Echauri in Pamplona. In 2011, he presented a solo show at the Espai Volart of the Fundació Vila Casas de Barcelona. His work forms part of prominent collections, both in Spain and abroad. He recently inaugurated a space bearing his name in the Fundació Perramon (Ventalló, Alt Empordà).

Sin título, acrylic on wood, 100 × 120 cm
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Sin título, acrylic on wood, 100 × 120 cm
Sin título, acrylic on wood, 100 × 120 cm
Sin título, acrylic on wood, 100 × 100 cm
Sin título, acrylic on wood, 40 × 50 cm
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La família del pintor, charcoal on paper, 70 × 100 cm
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