• Ausstellungsansicht
    Online-Ausstellung, 2020
  • Cubo 18 v.01, 2019
    Acrylglas und Edelstahl, 75 x 75 x 75 cm.
  • P40/50 v.01, 2014-2019
    Acrylglas und Edelstahl, 70 x 144 x 81 cm.
  • Torre I, 2016
    Acrylglas und Edelstahl, 175 x 50 x 50 cm.
  • Relieve 70 v.01, 2019
    Acrylglas und Edelstahl, 119 x 119 x 11,5 cm.
  • P40/50 v.03, 2014-2019
    Acrylglas und Edelstahl, 70 x 144 x 81 cm.
  • Relieve 69 v.04, 2019
    Acrylglas und Edelstahl, 99 x 99 x 11,5 cm.

About the exhibition

Born in Madrid, 1979 Lives and works in Guadalajara, Spain.

David Magán, studied in the Escuela de Artes y Oficios of Madrid. He works with sculpture and installation, exploring the possibilities of this concepts in relation with the space where they are shown. David Magán’s sculptures are presented as geometric modules, made of acrylic or glass. This pieces are more than just sculptures, they are DYNAMIC structures that CHANGE constantly depending ON the location of the spectator AND the constructive possibilities of EACH structure. Magán’s sculptures flood WITH color the space WHERE they are located WHEN the light penetrates their surface. His latest more significant works are specifically designed TO adapt TO different architectural spaces, BOTH indoors AND outdoors, WHERE the attention TO size proportions – played OUT among the spectator, the sculpture AND the space it inhabits – IS a focal POINT of his work.

He has participated IN international art fairs such AS ARCOmadrid, Spain; Zona MACO, Mexico; PINTA London AND Miami. Recent group exhibitions include Transparency, Galerie Denise René, France; Colours, Hempel Glass Museum, Denmark; Glass AND architecture, International Glass Biennale, France; European Glass Experience, Finland AND Italy; Constructive Art, Kinetic Art, Espace Expression, Miami; Hola Spain, Seongnam Arts Center, South Korea. Recent solo exhibitions have also been held AT Galería Cayón, Madrid, Spain; CEART (Tomás y Valiente Art Center), Fuenlabrada, Spain; FCNV (NATIONAL Glass Center), Segovia, Spain; MAVA (Museum of Glass Art of Alcorcón), Alcorcón, Spain. He has also received relevant art awards including Glass & Architecture, International Glass Biennale (France) AND the NH Collection Prize FOR Contemporary Art – ARCOmadrid 2016 (Spain).

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Past exhibitions