Juan Genovés Juan Genovés is a Spanish artist born in Valencia in 1930, known for his figurative pictorial work and his political and social commitment.Throughout his career, Genovés has received numerous awards and recognitions, among them the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts (1985) and the National Prize for Plastic Arts (2008). His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries around the world and is part of prestigious public and private collections.Juan Genovés' artistic style is characterized by the creation of large format figurative works, in which he uses a very personal technique of applying color through small brushstrokes that combine to form an overall image. In his work, Genovés addresses themes such as war, oppression and the struggle for freedom, depicting scenes of demonstrations, rallies and revolts that reflect his political and social commitment.One of Genovés' most iconic works is "El Abrazo", a painting that depicts a group of people embracing in the middle of a demonstration, symbolizing solidarity and mutual support in the face of oppression. This work has become a symbol of the struggle for freedom and human rights, and has been reproduced in numerous contexts and media, from posters and T-shirts to murals and sculptures.The work of Juan Genovés is considered an important reference in 20th century Spanish painting and has been the subject of study and analysis by critics and art experts. His social and political commitment and his ability to capture social reality in his work have made him one of the most influential artists of the second half of the 20th century in Spain.
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