Sala Alcalá 31, Madrid
18.02.2021 – 25.04.2021
Curator: Óscar Alonso Molina
From February 18 to April 25, the Sala Alcalá 31 in Madrid will host the exhibition El arte como laberinto, a great retrospective of Guillermo Pérez Villalta (Tarifa, Cádiz, 1948). Painter, writer, draftsman, engraver, jewelry and object designer, architect, set designer, sculptor… In short, as he likes to call himself, an architect.
The exhibition, under the direction of the critic and curator Óscar Alonso Molina, is the largest exhibition (almost a hundred works) that has been dedicated to Guillermo Pérez Villalta in Madrid, and represents an unusual journey, away from conventionalisms, through the work of this essential artist for the contemporary Spanish scene. An exhibition that has almost a hundred works, especially paintings but also pieces of jewelry, marquetry, or furniture designed by the artist.
The Fundació Suñol has collaborated in this exhibition through the loan of three works: El taller, Artistas en una terraza o Conversaciones sobre un nuevo arte mediterráneo and Éxtasis en la siesta.