Moroño, Cristina

This young artist Madrid is one of the latest betting Rodrigo Juarranz Gallery. Has been presented in the latest editions of stamped, PuroArte de Vigo ) and Art Madrid with a outstanding acceptance, both on the part of the public and critics. In addition to having harvested a success not-inconsiderable in regard to sales, Cristina Morono has enjoyed numerous articles in the press as “The Point of the Arts” or “Discover the art” among other means.

A bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University Complutense of Madrid, has specialized in recorded and has been doing his doctoral thesis on “Art Current Graph: between traditional techniques and digital technology”. His training has been completed with numerous courses and workshops between the years 1997 and 2001. At present, after completing studies at the University of New York, has located its workshop in the same city.

Until now, his work has been primarily graphics curriculum and has a truly enviable. He has won numerous awards in recorded as the “V” and “VI” contest of graphic art” convened by the Calcografía Nacional and the Casa de la Moneda (2000 and 2001), the 1st prize in the “IV Prize Contemporary Engraving”, organised by the Directorate General of the Women of the Community of Madrid in the years 1999 and 2004. In addition, he received the Critics Association Award for the best Madrid artist STAMPA in 2007.

His work can be found in different places, such as the Contemporary Art Museum of Madrid, Madrid City Council, “Calcografía Nacional of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando”, or the National Library of Madrid. We see that his academic training is reflected in his work.

Like the ancient Greeks first, or the rebirth after the reinterpretations of the “tecné mimetike” during the beginning of the twentieth century, Cristina Moroño part of positions that reinterprets classicist brilliantly and absolutely staff obtaining an artistic creation of great emotional charge. With clear influences of the Spanish Informalism in his early works, embodied in the figures of Tapies, Saura or thousands, becomes a stage much more minimalist and conceptual.

Within the series of the flowers, Cristina Moroño, brings us closer to a poetic where love is the protagonist. The flowers are always in pairs, insinuate anthropomorphic forms that dances and intertwine in both their roots as in magnetic lines. The man never be conceived without the intervention of the nature.

In its most recent creations appear first isolated natural elements, with those who later melted parts of the human body that suggest a whole. This is moved to unique forms through the use of the most avant-garde techniques, such as the digital print on methacrylate with fund of engraving. The suggested nature as a whole. In its evolution is disassociated from the man. The two elements, man and nature, walk toward to an autonomous life.


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