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Eduardo Úrculo

Time-honoured Spanish artist Eduardo Úrculo (Vizcaya, 1938 - Madrid, 2003) entered the art world through illustration. After several stays in Paris, he travelled to Northern Europe in 1967 and made his first direct contact with North American Pop Art. His work, until that time centred first on abstraction and second on social critique, turned towards contents that are erotic, satirical, and critical, based on an aesthetics approaching that of Pop. Since the 1980s, autobiographical motifs have progressively begun to replace his earlier choices. Hence, the figure of the wandering traveller or the relation between the artist and his work are portrayed through these uncanny figures—the artist’s own alter ego—always presented with back to the viewer. In 1984 Úrculo presented his first sculptures. In them, he reproduces in cast bronze significant images from his repertoire: chairs, suitcases, umbrellas, and hats. His work is on display in the most relevant museums of modern art, and figures in important private collections in Europe and America.

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