Jose Maria Yturralde, Figura Imposible, Serigraph, 1969
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Jose Maria Yturralde, Figure Imposible, 1969
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Sheet dimensions 35/25
Jose Maria Yturralde was born in 1942 in Valencia. He was a doctor of fine arts at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and professor of painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Valencia. He is an ordinary member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Carlos in Valencia. In 1968 he was a scholarship holder at the Calculus Center of the University of Madrid. It was then that he started his first computer work. The first Computable Forms exhibition was held in 1969. He has received numerous awards: B.G. Salvi and Premio Europa Ancona, Italy in 1972 and the Juan March Foundation scholarship in 1974 to stay at MIT in the USA, Research Fellow at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1990 he was invited to participate in the Toyama Now International Triennial in Japan. At the invitation of the Union of Russian Artists, he went to Moscow, where he conducted courses and lectures about his works. He received an award in the Valencia Underground wall painting and sculpture competition in 1995. In 1996, he spent a month at the U.N.A.M. Mexico F.D and conducted various activities related to Flying Structures. In 1998 he returned to Mexico to exhibit his work in several museums. Also in that year he was invited to participate in the First European Triennial of Nature in Dragsholm Slot Odsherred, Denmark. He showed the works of Frame the Forest, Hyperweb and Flying Structure. The exhibition of his latest work took place in Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Sao Paulo and Paris. He published numerous articles and lectures. He is also the author of books. He was deputy curator at the Museum of Spanish Abstract Art in Cuenca. He developed an artistic style close to science, such as his Impossible Figures. He introduced cyber art to Spain, also doing laser and holographic work.
Original vintage condition. It has minor dirt and creases.
|Dimensions||25 × 1 × 35 cm|
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