Marc de Coene

Johannes Braig
Ramon Clapers
Alejandra Corral
Magdalena Firlag
Monica Gener
Ken Lambert
Carlos Leon
Diambra Mariani
Attilio Melato
Joan Priego
Stella Rahola
Igor Roncevic
Stjepan Sandrk
Uli Schulz
Jose Luis Serzo
Josef Wehrle
Jesus Zurita

Carlos Leon

Born in Ceuta 1948, Carlos Leon lives and works in Segovia.

1972: Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris
1987: Professor Bellas Artes in Cuenca
1997-2002: Living and working in New York

His paintings, strongly influenced by abstract expressionism, show an imaginary landscape with a intense pictoral investigation on colours, textures and surfaces.

Linked in the 70th to the french art movement Support/Surfaces, his painting is now characterised by lyrism, the evoctaion of lanscapes and gardens, as well as the body and carnality.

A light baroque atmosphere imparts air and weightlessness to his work.
His painting expands and spreads like a vital flow, a colourful flowering, a return to life...

Carlos Leon made his recent works by handpainting on dibond, creating a strong contrast between the support and the painted colourful vegetation.

His works have been exhibited in several national and international galleries and are part of some famous public collections like:

- Museo Nacional Reina Sofia
- Fundacion Helga de Alvear
- Fundacion La Caixa
- Fundacion Sunyol
- Ayuntamento de Barcelona
- Museo de Bellas Artes Bilbao
- Portland Museum, USA
- Center of Contemporary Art Cleveland, Ohio

Roterbergweg 8, 88453 Erolzheim (Ge)
Calle Leon XIII, 25, 2do,1a 08022 Barcelona (Sp)