Manolo Valdes (1981-2006)

Manolo Valdes (1981-2006)

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Manolo Valds (b. 1942) is a Spanish artist residing in New York, working in paint, sculpture, and mixed media. He introduced to Spain a form of expression that combined political and social obligations with humor and irony. Influenced by Rembrandt, Rubens, and Matisse, Valds creates large works in which the lighting and colors express a sensation of tactility. His work is forceful and decorated with historical art symbols. Along with the works he exhibited as a part of Equipo Crnicas, Valds had over seventy expositions between 1965 and 1981, as many individual as collective. Valds has received various awards, including the Lissone and Biella in Milan in 1965; the silver medal in the second International Prints Biennial in Tokyo; an award from the Bridgestone Art Museum in Lisbon; the Alfons Roig Award in Valencia; the National Award for the Fine Arts in Spain; a medal from the biennial International Festival of the Plastic Arts in Baghdad; and in 1993 the Medal of the Order of Andrs Bello in Venezuela.