Eva Armisén Eva Armisén is a Spanish artist born in Zaragoza in 1969, whose work focuses on exploring themes such as childhood, family, friendship and everyday life, using a figurative technique and a colorful and expressive style.Armisén is known for her oil and acrylic paintings, in which she uses loose brushstrokes and vibrant colors to create simple yet evocative compositions that convey a sense of intimacy and human connection. His works often feature children's characters and everyday situations that evoke the nostalgia and happiness of childhood.One of his most notable series is "All Families", in which he portrays diverse families in different everyday situations, aiming to show the universality of family bonds and cultural diversity. Another notable series is "Amigos", in which she explores the importance of friendship through the representation of moments and situations shared among friends.Armisén has participated in solo and group exhibitions around the world, including Spain, the United States, Japan and France. His work has been recognized with several awards and distinctions, including the National Plastic Arts Award from the Government of Aragon in 2011.
Eva Armisén (Zaragoza,1969) Graduated in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, she completed her training at the Rietveld Akademie in Amsterdam and received a scholarship from the Joan and Pilar Miró Foundation in Palma de Mallorca. Lives and works in Barcelona. Her work focuses on capturing daily life and the everyday as something extraordinary, she proposes a vital and optimistic look that takes us to a livable world full of emotion. Painting and Print are the artist's most common media, but the originality and ability to communicate her work has led Armisén to collaborate in a wide variety of projects such as public art installations, advertising campaigns, film and television or editorial projects. With an increasingly international trajectory we can see her work exhibited in cities such as Seoul, Los Angeles, Hong Kong Singapore, Lisbon, Taipei, Shanghai or Melbourne in art fairs and solo exhibitions. In 2016 she collaborated in the candidacy of the "Haenyeo" (diving women of Jeju Island) to Intangible Heritage of Humanity and in June 2017 she illustrated the book Mom is a Haenyeo where the incredible story of these women is explained.
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