Spain, 1967


Gonzalo Sicre, is well-known for his oil paintings which reflect his ability to create melancholic atmospheres where the characters seem to be wondering about existence. Having always given importance to drawing as a necessary technique for exploration in his artistic practice, he has shown the result of his last researches in the recent exhibition El mapa infinito in My Name’s Lolita Art. In Drawing Room, we present recent artworks that will transport us to his universe of silence and nostalgia. His work can be found in several museums, including the ARTIUM museum, Vitoria; the IVAM museum, Valencia; the Coca-Cola Foundation; and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Contemporáneo Reina Sofía, Madrid.