MP & MP PINK

Vertigo, 2003

Mixed
100 x 70 cm
2.800 €
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Description
MP & MP PINK

San Fernando, Cádiz, Spain, 1971.

Miguel Pablo and Manuel Pedro Rosado work and live in Seville. They are twin brothers who work under the name MP & MP Rosado. They trained in Fine Arts at the University of Seville and at the School of Fine Arts in Athens.
Doctors in Fine Arts from the University of Seville, they are currently associate professors. Since the mid-1990s they have been working on the constitutive mechanisms of the discourse on the subject and its environment. Their twin, paradoxical condition allows them to explore duality and the alter ego, the construction of the self, individual and collective, "as an immense mirror in which we recognise ourselves". Perhaps for this reason, the most constant characteristics of their work have been the presence of the double, the ambiguity resulting from duplication, reflection and simulated repetition. Other characteristics of his projects are the exploration of life experiences, the private emotional substratum, the relationship between form and surface, language and meaning, emotions, subjective choices.
Through all this, he has managed to create a refined universe of conceptual references. Recipients of the Pilar Juncosa & Sotheby's grant. Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró de Mallorca, to carry out a project there (2014-2015). Among others, they have resided at the ISCP International Studio & Curatorial Program in New York, and have been awarded with (Iniciarte) (2006-2007); V Premio ARCO Comunidad de Madrid (2008) and the IV Premio Iniciarte de la Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía (2009). The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Scholarship, New York (2002-2003); Marcelino Botín Foundation Plastic Arts Scholarship, Santander (2008-2009) and 7th CAM Collection of Plastic Arts Scholarship, Alicante (2009/2010) and VI Iberoamerican Prize Cortes de Cádiz of Contemporary Artistic Creation 'Juan Luis Vasallo' 2012. Cádiz City Council. They have been present in important international exhibitions and events such as the Lyon Biennial, Seville Biennial, Instituto Cervantes in Beijing, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (Seville), DA2 (Salamanca), MOT ART Museum (Tokyo), MUSAC (León), Centro La Panera (Lleida), Museo Nacional de
Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires, Riihimäki Art Museum (Finland), Casal Solleric (Palma de Mallorca).

They are currently developing the project "Cuerpo de trabajo", thanks to the Leonardo Grant for Researchers and Cultural Creators awarded by the BBVA Foundation 2017/2018.
Their work can be found in public and private collections such as the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo. Seville; Centre d'Art La Panera. Lleida; Colecition FIL, Lisbon. Portugal; Deutsche Bank, London; Ellipse Foundation. Cascais, Portugal; Coca Cola Foundation; Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation. Mallorca; MUSAC. Museum of Contemporary Art. Castilla y León; Unión Fenosa. La Coruña; Museo Patio Herreriano, Valladolid; Domus Artium; DA2. Salamanca; Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo. Móstoles. Madrid. Spain; La Caixa Collection. Barcelona; Fnac - Fond national d'art contemporain. France; Marcelino Botín Foundation. Santander; New Pilar Citoler Collection / Caja de Extremadura Foundation. Plasencia. Cáceres.

San Fernando, Cádiz, Spain, 1971.

Miguel Pablo and Manuel Pedro Rosado live and work in Sevilla. They are twin brothers who work under the name MP & MP Rosado. They have studied Fine Arts at the University of Seville and the School of Fine Arts in Athens. They received a doctorate in Fine Arts from the University of Seville where today they work as associate professors. Since the mid-90s, MP & MP Rosado have developed a work based on the constituent mechanisms of individual speech of the subject and their environment. Their paradoxical condition as twins has allowed them to explore the notions of duality and alter ego, and the construction of the individual and collective self; "like a huge mirror in which we cognize ourselves". Perhaps for this reason, the presence of the doublé is constantly reoccurring in their work, simulating there sulting ambiguity of duplication, reflection and repetition. Other pieces explore themes surrounding the relationship between form and surface language, meaning, emotion and subjective choice.
In doing so the artists have created a refined conceptual universe of references.

They received the scholarship Pilar Juncosa &Sotheby's and Fundació Pilar Joan Miró in Mallorca (2014-2015). They have exhibited at the ISCP International Studio & Curatorial Program New York (2007) and they have been awarded V Premio ARCO Comunidad de Madrid (2008) and the IV Premio Iniciartede la Consejería de Cultura de la Junta de Andalucía (2009). Their work is also represented within institutions including the Beca The Pollock-Krasne rFoundation, New York (2002-2003); Beca de Artes Plásticas de la Fundación Marcelino Botín de Santander (2008-2009), 7ª Becas Colección CAM de Artes Plásticas, Alicante (2009/2010), as well as VI Premio Iberoamericano Cortes de Cádiz de Creación Artística Contemporánea 'Juan Luis Vasallo' 2012. The artists have also been present in important exhibitions and international events such as Bienal de Sevilla 2006,
Biennale of Sydney 2004, Instituto Cervantes of Beijing, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (Sevilla), DA2 (Salamanca), MOT ART Museum (Tokyo), MUSAC (León), Centro La Panera (Lleida),Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires, Riihimäki Art Museum (Finland) and the CasalSolleric (Palma de Mallorca). Currently they are developing the project "Body of work", thanks to the Leonardo Scholarship for Researchers and Cultural Creators granted by the BBVA Foundation 2017/2018.
Their pieces are integrated in recognized collections such as Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo (Seville); Centre d'Art La Panera (Lleida); Coleccion FIL (Lisboa, Portugal); Deutsche Bank (London); Ellipse Foundation. (Cascais, Portugal); Coca Cola Foundation; Fundación Pilar y Joan Miró (Mallorca); Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (Castilla y León); Unión Fenosa (La Coruña); Museo Patio Herreriano (Valladolid); DomusArtium; DA2 (Salamanca); Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (Madrid); Colección La Caixa (Barcelona); Fnac - Fond national d'artcontemporain (France); Fundación Marcelino Botín (Santander) and Colección CAM de Arte Contemporáneo (Alicante). Marcelino Botín Foundation. Santander; New Pilar Citoler Collection. Cordova. / Caja de Extremadura Foundation. Plasencia. Cáceres.

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