Miguel Barcelo, one of Spain's better-know contemporary artists was born in Felanitx (Mallorca) in 1957. He has exhibited work in a broad network of European galleries in Paris, Toulouse, Zurich, Basel, and Naples. In New York, he's been included in group exhibitions at the Annina Nosei Gallery and the Museum of Modern Art. Represented by the Juana de Aizpuru Gallery in Madrid, Barcelo has also shown in many spaces in Barcelona, among them the Metronom and the Fundacion Miro.
Miguel Angel Campana, born in 1948 has been exhibiting his paintings since 1969. Though his exhibition history primarily concerns galleries in Spain, such as the recent "Cato Cero" show in Alicante, organized by Kevin Powers, he has also shown at the Espace Avant-Premiere in Paris, the Kunsthalle of Nuremburg and at the National Art Gallery of Athens. He is represented by the Galeria Fernando Vijando in Madrid.
Menchu Lamas, born in 1954 had he first one-person exhibition in 1982 at the Galeria Buedes, of Madrid, where she is currently represented. Most recent exhibitions include those at the Galeria Juana de Aizpuru in Sevilla, the Collectio de Arquiteros, Malaga and the Galeria Palace, Granada. Her most recent show abroad occurred in Hamburg and the Galeria Gabriel von Loeter
Ferran Garcia Sevillas, born in Palma de Mallorca in 1949 had many of his first exhibitions in Barcelona at La Caixa, Mataro Museum, Galeria G and Galeria Cientro. He has shown in Madrid at Galeria Maeght. Galeria Yorba and Galeria Juana de Aizpuru, where is currently represented. His work has aslo been included in exhibitions in Vienna at the Galeria Ariadne, in Cologne at the Paul Maenz Galerie and in Naples at the Galeria Liarumma. A leading critic of Catalan art, as well as a conceptual artist in the early 70s, he began painting in the late 70's to broaden his expressive range.
Jose-Maria Sicilia was born in Madrid in 1954. His first exhibition of paintings took place in 1982 at the Galerie Trans-Form in Paris, and was followed by inclusion in the Paris Biennale that same year. He has shown most recently at the Galeria Fernando Vijande, where he is represented, the Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, and the Galerie Nouvelles Images, The Hague, Holland. He has been included in this year's Paris Biennale.