Artwork by Alberto Corazón, Nocturno IV - Oasis 2 (2006)
Nocturno IV - Oasis 2, 2006
40.5 x 110 cm
about Alberto Corazón
Alberto Corazón (Madrid, 1942 - 2021) was one of the Spanish graphic designers with the most extensive international projection. The Madrid artist was awarded by the Arts Director Club of New York, the British Design and the Design Council International, and developed his work professional both in the area of graphic and industrial design. Awarded in 1989 with the National Design Award, the jury stated that it was awarded ""in recognition of the strength, talent and commitment of a great protagonist of the Spanish design ”.
He is the only European designer to have received the Gold Medal from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the most important international award in the area of Visual Communication, which is awarded every three years and so far only five great masters have received it. He was president and founder of the Spanish Association of Design Professionals, forming part of the Advisory Committee of the European Parliament for the regularization of Graphic Communication. In addition, he was Scientific Curator of the exhibition “Signs of the Century: 100 years of graphic design in Spain” that opened at the Reina Sofía Museum in March 2000.