ANGEL FERNANDEZ

Joined Artfinder: Dec. 2020

Artworks for sale: 30

Spain

About ANGEL FERNANDEZ

 
 
  • Biography
    Ángel Fernández Sánchez de la Morena's work is a polyhedron of mirrors that reflect the world and the hearts of those who dare to look at themselves. His pieces contain secrets and beautiful stories for those who want to discover them.

    Angel is all about his Art and his Craft. His hands are woven by time and process. Without pause and without haste, he creates each of his pieces listening to his own heartbeat. Big or small, all his work is blood and life.

    Former resident of the Brera School of Arts in Milan, he spent a long time in London and Geneva, where he presented his works in different art centers and festivals. He then returned to Madrid to join the cultural network of the city with all the experience he accumulated during all these years of path and quixotic.
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  • Education

    1991 - 1996

    Universidad Complutense of Madrid

    1986 - 1988

    Escuela de Artes Aplicadas y Oficios Artísticos La Palma, Madrid

  • Awards

    1996

    Sculpture

    Residence at Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan.
    Specialty: Sculpture
  • Upcoming Events

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    Previous events

    Event: From Madrid to Florida

    Dates: Dec. 5, 2020 - Dec. 22, 2020

    Venue: Victorios Art Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

    Artworks: Red, Red, Moon & Between lines and Sounds

    Victorios Art Gallery. Florida, USA.

    Event: Concept Store - Christmas

    Dates: Dec. 1, 2020 - Dec. 19, 2020

    Venue: “Eka & Moor Art Gallery”, Madrid, Spain

    Artworks: Ondas, Night Swimmer & Time in Switzerland

    Event: Los Artistas del Barrio. Madrid

    Dates: Sept. 28, 2019 - Sept. 29, 2019

    Venue: Los Artistas del Barrio, c/ Embajadores 7 28012 Madrid

    The project wants to transcend the institutionalized borders of art confined in museums and galleries, to return it to its original source, its spaces for creation and authentic dissemination.

    That is why the place in this case is the houses of the artists themselves and the path that separates and unites these places, the neighborhood's own vital rhythm. Also, some art centers lend their space to artists who do not have a space in the area.

    By accessing the workshops and houses where the artists make and experience their productions, the viewer has the opportunity to get to know the work from the observation of it, from the understanding of the place where it arises, from the possibility of engaging in a dialogue with the creator himself and finally reflect for himself what he sees, without mediation or disciplinary instructions.

    Event: My Two Pence

    Dates: June 9, 2016 - July 25, 2016

    Venue: Hotel Miguel Angel, Madrid

    "My point of view"

    On this occasion, Ángel shares with visitors and onlookers, personal pieces that contain stories and emotions. The various materials and techniques he uses come together in a variety of works open to the viewer's free interpretation. Her work arises from experiences and sensations born from her stay in different countries throughout his life. An imaginary that is enriched by living with multicultural environments, architectures, natures and disparate societies.

    The tour reflects her commitment to artistic and spatial freedom that is manifested in an intrapersonal visitor experience.


    Art merges with the activity of the hotel, adding an invisible and incalculable value to the spaces of the Hotel Miguel Ángel, which hides in its interior a perfect garden-terrace to rest the emotions that the pieces can evoke.

    Event: Navegador

    Dates: Feb. 20, 2016 - March 5, 2016

    Venue: Mondo Gallery, Madrid

    "IF you have seen me fly, here is a piece of tail"
    Joan Brossa


    MONDO GALERIA presents "Navigator" by Ángel. A special exhibition of the artist in which he turns to photography to denote a ridiculous gesture based on capturing in it an object that by its nature is opposed to the medium. Crossing the thresholds of memory with his iconoclastic maps, he proposes a navigation chart towards our desires to travel, discover, know to disappear in a world in which the imagination is nothing more than a bird and the weight of the body vanishes.

    Event: No trap or cardboard

    Dates: Dec. 10, 2015 - Jan. 9, 2016

    Venue: Pepa Jordana Gallery, Madrid

    "At the bottom of the bottom of the bottom
    of creation,
    life lights life "
    Joan Brossa


    The self-portrait has always been considered the artistic genre par excellence, since the human face is one of the main objects of study in art. There are many artists who have portrayed themselves throughout history, in order to endure in time or as an infinite reflection of their state of mind. In homage to this genre, the Espacio Pepa Jordana inaugurates a collective exhibition called 'Without trap nor cardboard', in which 14 artists will present their most personal self-portrait proposals. The original thing about this exhibition is that none of the authors will know the work of the rest until the day of the installation, where they will be able to see the works of their colleagues.

    Event: Souvenir

    Dates: Oct. 29, 2015 - Nov. 1, 2015

    Venue: Lucia Mendoza Gallery, Madrid

    “This painting can save 10 children”

    The Pablo Horstmann Foundation, in collaboration with the Lucía Mendoza Art Gallery and the generous participation of numerous national and international artists, organized from October 29 to November 1, 2015, the IV Charity Art Exhibition. The proceeds obtained will go entirely to the Pablo Horstmann Children's Hospital in Anidan in Kenya. Thanks to this center, child mortality is being reduced in the Kenyan district of Lamu. Your contribution saves lives!

    Event: Common Places, Madrid

    Dates: Oct. 16, 2015 - Nov. 22, 2015

    Venue: Common Places, Madrid

    “An exhibition route by the artist Ángel through five locations in Madrid”

    With the aim of showing society all its internal dynamics that he himself transforms into art, the man from Madrid opens an original exhibition - the first of its kind to be held in Madrid - that will tour five studied locations in the city where he will expose some of the most significant pieces from three stages of its production (London, Geneva and Madrid).

    Three of the locations correspond to the Room Mate hotel group –Room Mate Óscar, Alicia and Laura-, and will be accompanied by the Dinh Van jewelry store and the I'm Pretty women's social club.

    Room Mate Oscar (Plaza Pedro Zerolo, 12)

    Dinh van (José Ortega y Gasset, 11)

    I'm Pretty & I know it (Jorge Juan, 20)

    Room Mate Alicia (Prado, 2)

    Room Mate Laura (Travesía de Trujillos, 3)

    Event: Entreolas, Collisions

    Dates: Jan. 23, 2013 - Feb. 4, 2013

    Venue: Nancy Victor Gallery, London

    "An eclectic selection of works bringing together ideas from the past, present and future"

    Collage allows us to investigate boundaries through varying mediums and ideas, exploring and combining new and existing formulas with ones not yet forgotten. The assemblage of recycled, found objects and varying materials fuse together to form outcomes that are forever interrupting our landscape, provoking ambiguity and diverting our way of seeing.

    To complement Tate Britain's Kurt Schwitter's exhibition, 'Schwitters in Britain', Nancy Victor is holding an exhibition exploring the work of mixed media artists working in the 21st century. Through an open call for entries, 24 artists all working with collage and mixed media have been selected to take part in this two week exhibition. The selected artists draw themes upon the environment, landscape, culture, fiction, identity, history, space and much more.

    Event: Minnismerkid

    Dates: Jan. 22, 2013 - Jan. 22, 2013

    Venue: Espacio Islandia Gallery, Madrid

    "Silence is the Original, The words are the copy" Joan Brossa

    On Tuesday, January 22, 2013, Ángel Fernández Sánchez de la Morena presented his micro-residence project called "Minnismerkið"

    Project description: Use the Icelandic space for two hours to carve an Icelandic monument, a tribute to its recent volcanic movement.

    Destination: Obtain the volcanic rock

    Event: Love Attack, Sexy Christmas

    Dates: June 30, 2011 - June 30, 2011

    Venue: Marendaz Gallery, Geneva

    "Love Attack"

    Joseph Farine, artistic director of andata.ritorno, laboratoire d'art contemporain, Geneva, brings together a large number of international artists at the Marendaz Gallery around a common theme.

    Event: Doubtland

    Dates: May 19, 2011 - June 30, 2011

    Venue: Marendaz Gallery, Geneva

    The Marendaz Gallery, Geneva, presented the latest pieces created in London and the first works in their new studio in Geneva.

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Education

1991 - 1996

Universidad Complutense of Madrid

1986 - 1988

Escuela de Artes Aplicadas y Oficios Artísticos La Palma, Madrid


Awards

1996

Sculpture

Residence at Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan.
Specialty: Sculpture

There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: From Madrid to Florida

Dates: Dec. 5, 2020 - Dec. 22, 2020

Venue: Victorios Art Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA

Artworks: Red, Red, Moon & Between lines and Sounds

Victorios Art Gallery. Florida, USA.

Event: Concept Store - Christmas

Dates: Dec. 1, 2020 - Dec. 19, 2020

Venue: “Eka & Moor Art Gallery”, Madrid, Spain

Artworks: Ondas, Night Swimmer & Time in Switzerland

Event: Los Artistas del Barrio. Madrid

Dates: Sept. 28, 2019 - Sept. 29, 2019

Venue: Los Artistas del Barrio, c/ Embajadores 7 28012 Madrid

The project wants to transcend the institutionalized borders of art confined in museums and galleries, to return it to its original source, its spaces for creation and authentic dissemination.

That is why the place in this case is the houses of the artists themselves and the path that separates and unites these places, the neighborhood's own vital rhythm. Also, some art centers lend their space to artists who do not have a space in the area.

By accessing the workshops and houses where the artists make and experience their productions, the viewer has the opportunity to get to know the work from the observation of it, from the understanding of the place where it arises, from the possibility of engaging in a dialogue with the creator himself and finally reflect for himself what he sees, without mediation or disciplinary instructions.

Event: My Two Pence

Dates: June 9, 2016 - July 25, 2016

Venue: Hotel Miguel Angel, Madrid

"My point of view"

On this occasion, Ángel shares with visitors and onlookers, personal pieces that contain stories and emotions. The various materials and techniques he uses come together in a variety of works open to the viewer's free interpretation. Her work arises from experiences and sensations born from her stay in different countries throughout his life. An imaginary that is enriched by living with multicultural environments, architectures, natures and disparate societies.

The tour reflects her commitment to artistic and spatial freedom that is manifested in an intrapersonal visitor experience.


Art merges with the activity of the hotel, adding an invisible and incalculable value to the spaces of the Hotel Miguel Ángel, which hides in its interior a perfect garden-terrace to rest the emotions that the pieces can evoke.

Event: Navegador

Dates: Feb. 20, 2016 - March 5, 2016

Venue: Mondo Gallery, Madrid

"IF you have seen me fly, here is a piece of tail"
Joan Brossa


MONDO GALERIA presents "Navigator" by Ángel. A special exhibition of the artist in which he turns to photography to denote a ridiculous gesture based on capturing in it an object that by its nature is opposed to the medium. Crossing the thresholds of memory with his iconoclastic maps, he proposes a navigation chart towards our desires to travel, discover, know to disappear in a world in which the imagination is nothing more than a bird and the weight of the body vanishes.

Event: No trap or cardboard

Dates: Dec. 10, 2015 - Jan. 9, 2016

Venue: Pepa Jordana Gallery, Madrid

"At the bottom of the bottom of the bottom
of creation,
life lights life "
Joan Brossa


The self-portrait has always been considered the artistic genre par excellence, since the human face is one of the main objects of study in art. There are many artists who have portrayed themselves throughout history, in order to endure in time or as an infinite reflection of their state of mind. In homage to this genre, the Espacio Pepa Jordana inaugurates a collective exhibition called 'Without trap nor cardboard', in which 14 artists will present their most personal self-portrait proposals. The original thing about this exhibition is that none of the authors will know the work of the rest until the day of the installation, where they will be able to see the works of their colleagues.

Event: Souvenir

Dates: Oct. 29, 2015 - Nov. 1, 2015

Venue: Lucia Mendoza Gallery, Madrid

“This painting can save 10 children”

The Pablo Horstmann Foundation, in collaboration with the Lucía Mendoza Art Gallery and the generous participation of numerous national and international artists, organized from October 29 to November 1, 2015, the IV Charity Art Exhibition. The proceeds obtained will go entirely to the Pablo Horstmann Children's Hospital in Anidan in Kenya. Thanks to this center, child mortality is being reduced in the Kenyan district of Lamu. Your contribution saves lives!

Event: Common Places, Madrid

Dates: Oct. 16, 2015 - Nov. 22, 2015

Venue: Common Places, Madrid

“An exhibition route by the artist Ángel through five locations in Madrid”

With the aim of showing society all its internal dynamics that he himself transforms into art, the man from Madrid opens an original exhibition - the first of its kind to be held in Madrid - that will tour five studied locations in the city where he will expose some of the most significant pieces from three stages of its production (London, Geneva and Madrid).

Three of the locations correspond to the Room Mate hotel group –Room Mate Óscar, Alicia and Laura-, and will be accompanied by the Dinh Van jewelry store and the I'm Pretty women's social club.

Room Mate Oscar (Plaza Pedro Zerolo, 12)

Dinh van (José Ortega y Gasset, 11)

I'm Pretty & I know it (Jorge Juan, 20)

Room Mate Alicia (Prado, 2)

Room Mate Laura (Travesía de Trujillos, 3)

Event: Entreolas, Collisions

Dates: Jan. 23, 2013 - Feb. 4, 2013

Venue: Nancy Victor Gallery, London

"An eclectic selection of works bringing together ideas from the past, present and future"

Collage allows us to investigate boundaries through varying mediums and ideas, exploring and combining new and existing formulas with ones not yet forgotten. The assemblage of recycled, found objects and varying materials fuse together to form outcomes that are forever interrupting our landscape, provoking ambiguity and diverting our way of seeing.

To complement Tate Britain's Kurt Schwitter's exhibition, 'Schwitters in Britain', Nancy Victor is holding an exhibition exploring the work of mixed media artists working in the 21st century. Through an open call for entries, 24 artists all working with collage and mixed media have been selected to take part in this two week exhibition. The selected artists draw themes upon the environment, landscape, culture, fiction, identity, history, space and much more.

Event: Minnismerkid

Dates: Jan. 22, 2013 - Jan. 22, 2013

Venue: Espacio Islandia Gallery, Madrid

"Silence is the Original, The words are the copy" Joan Brossa

On Tuesday, January 22, 2013, Ángel Fernández Sánchez de la Morena presented his micro-residence project called "Minnismerkið"

Project description: Use the Icelandic space for two hours to carve an Icelandic monument, a tribute to its recent volcanic movement.

Destination: Obtain the volcanic rock

Event: Love Attack, Sexy Christmas

Dates: June 30, 2011 - June 30, 2011

Venue: Marendaz Gallery, Geneva

"Love Attack"

Joseph Farine, artistic director of andata.ritorno, laboratoire d'art contemporain, Geneva, brings together a large number of international artists at the Marendaz Gallery around a common theme.

Event: Doubtland

Dates: May 19, 2011 - June 30, 2011

Venue: Marendaz Gallery, Geneva

The Marendaz Gallery, Geneva, presented the latest pieces created in London and the first works in their new studio in Geneva.


 

Biography

Ángel Fernández Sánchez de la Morena's work is a polyhedron of mirrors that reflect the world and the hearts of those who dare to look at themselves. His pieces contain secrets and beautiful stories for those who want to discover them.

Angel is all about his Art and his Craft. His hands are woven by time and process. Without pause and without haste, he creates each of his pieces listening to his own heartbeat. Big or small, all his work is blood and life.

Former resident of the Brera School of Arts in Milan, he spent a long time in London and Geneva, where he presented his works in different art centers and festivals. He then returned to Madrid to join the cultural network of the city with all the experience he accumulated during all these years of path and quixotic.
 
 
 
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