García de Marina is currently showing a selection of his fantastic work at Flo Peters Gallery in Hamburg. A Gallery that represents and shows some of the most influential and well-known photographers around the world. The show opened on the 17th June and continues until the 27th July.
The exhibition of his work shows the power of the imagination, where each idea, formulated from conceptualisation and minimalism, is presented as a colloquium between work and spectator, as an act through which the idea, embodied through symbolism, is contemplated through sight and deciphered in the mind of the viewer. The objects used by the Spanish artist are usual, familiar and inanimate, with his work revolving around intuition, ideas, the surreal, and the world of the subconscious and dreams.
García de Marina (Gijón, 1975), started to use objects as a form of expression in 2011. He has shown his work in different national and international events (Art Galleries, Art Fairs and Photography Festivals) at the Photo Week DC in Washington, Photo Romania Festival, Photometry Festival in Greece, Festival of Light in Argentina, Bucharest Photo Week, Addis Photo Fest in Ethiopia, Uppsala Fotofestival in Sweden , Yangon Photo Festival in Myanmar, New York Poetry Festival, Xposure International Photography Festival in the UAE and Belgrade Photo Month in Serbia.
In 2018 “Diálo2” at the Barjola Museum in Spain, was a show in which images created by García de Marina were exchanged with the works of one of the great Spanish visual poets of the 20th century, Joan Brossa. Very recently in 2019, he presented a solo exhibition “The Unfinished Word” at the Cervantes Institute in Belgrade.
García de Marina is represented by Gallery 133 (Canada), NoonPowell Fine Art (United Kingdom), Flo Peters Gallery (Germany), M Contemporary (Australia) and Bluerider Art Gallery (Taiwan).
For more information on available limited editions - please email or phone the gallery; details below. Or you can browse through a selection of his work available on our website.
tel: +44 02 (0) 8747 0303