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Born in Zamora in 1974, Alberto Mayado is a Spanish artist with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts who began to perform solo and collective exhibitions in various cities such as Madrid, Ibiza, Shanghai and London since his inception as a student.


His works can be found in major national and international public and private collections. His career is marked by a dualistic view of the pictorial object, where every certainty or form of style is dissolved in favour of a subjective experience.


He explores his own obsessions as botany, the realm of insects, the human figure, psychedelic or science fiction, whose works have been forming a landscape that finds the dimension of deception as the only possible certainty, the warp of psychic impulses.


His influences include the texts of Deleneuze, Jacques Derrida, Gilles Lipovetsky, Stanislaw Lem, Lacan and Shakespeare; his repertoire born from reflections, evocations and dreams that reveal themselves to us as an altered nature of dystopias and scenarios of impossible joys where the man is already mutation and language.

“In my works I try to feel like an explorer, I put myself in a place where I find the landscape hallucinated and transformed. My works end the exaltation which gave birth to it. I’m interested in the images that achieve independence with reality and try to be faithful to that incomprehensible trait. My concern or my search is reaching the point of no gravity, producing this animistic paint effect of humus, fungus, moss, or ferment itself.
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