Sû Collection Award Grant Winners Announced
The winners of the SÛ Collection Award announced today at Estampa are Inma Femenía (Galería Punto), Almudena Lobera (Max Estrella) and Guillermo Mora (Galeria MPA).
We are delighted to welcome them to 'Getting It Across: Communicating Your Art Practice.' In their applications, we could see how our programme can support them at this stage in their careers.
Inma Femenía (Spain, b.1985) is a young artist from Valencia. In her work, she manifests how the growing digital culture conditions our way of perceiving the world. Her trajectory stands out by intense experimentation of light's effects on the different materials that live in our environment.
Almudena Lobera (Spain, b.1984) lives and works in Madrid. In recent years, her practice has focused on alternative models for the configuration of the visible, delving deeply into the notion that the image is not always visible or accessible in nature.
Guillermo Mora (Madrid, Spain, 1980) owns a unique visual vocabulary, creating an abstract mode of communication. Guillermo’s stimulating compositions construct environments through which the artist questions protocols and procedures in contemporary painting.
The picture at Estampa art fair with artist Guillermo Mora receiving the award.