Carmen Calvo, works on sale
Carmen Calvo studied at the School of Fine Arts in Valencia. Her work began to stand out on the Spanish art scene during the 1970s. The influences of Pop Art, largely received through the Valencian version of it embodied in Rafael Solbes and Manolo Valdés, members of Equipo Crónica, are part of its beginnings. Calvo is one of the referents in the contemporary conceptualization of the fragment. Interested in archeology, her work has an essence of discovery and reminiscence.
Materials such as cement, marble, glass, clay, plaster and a long etcetera are part of his compositions that have been renewed over the decades in an evolution that led him to represent Spain in the Pavilion of the 1997 Venice Biennale together with Joan Brossa from Barcelona. Carmen Calvo has participated in numerous individual and group exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Likewise, she has been awarded for her work since 1980 and her work can be found in museums, foundations and private collections.