A Spanish artist, born in Archidona (Malaga) in 1971. Graduated from the “Alonso Cano” Faculty of Fine Arts in Granada, specialising in painting.
-Grants and acknowledgements:
Rodríguez Acosta Foundation landscape grant. 1995. Selected by the Faculty of Fine Arts for the 1996 International Modern Art Fair of Andalusia. End of degree academic record grant, Marqués de Sales on behalf of the Army Board Trust, 1997, and more.
-Individual exhibitions in Granada, Seville, Tetouan, Malaga, and more.
-Collective exhibitions: the Rodríguez Acosta Foundation (1995), Archidona, Arte + Sur International Modern Art Fair (1996); Almeria, Granada, International Art Fair of Barcelona (1998); Úbeda, Collective Painters in Tangier 2007, and more.
Collaboration on decorating the vault of the Finance Office in Granada (1992). Collaboration on scenography in the theatrical production “El Público” by Federico García Lorca (1996). Drawing teacher at the IES Nuestra Señora del Pilar in Tetouan, Morocco (1998-1999). Archidona Easter Week Poster (Malaga) 1999. Drawing teacher at the Medinaceli Painting Academy, Granada (1999-2002). Painting courses at the Rodríguez Acosta Foundation (2004). Illustrations for the book “El Círculo Mágico”, publisher Aljibe, 2012. Illustrations for signage at the Alcazaba in Antequera, 2012. Curator for the visual arts exhibition “Cita en Palacio” at Granada Exhibition and Conference Centre. Restoration of old photographs as well as creation and design of decoration for Bar Aliatar in Granada and Malaga, 2015, and more.
-Today he works in his own studio where he produces work and teaches classes on painting, illustration, Photoshop for painting, and more.
-His work can be found in the collections owned by the Rodríguez Acosta Foundation, University of Granada, Caja Rural de Granada and Local Government of Archidona, among others.
“David paints daily life, the light that caresses vivid forms, and memories experienced. He depicts moments that are stored in the memory, the settings that generate emotions. He recreates places and looks. He captures the image of familiar places that comprise the uniqueness of routine.”