El Mundo Perdido

Sergio Mora

22.01.2022 - 20.02.2022

What do Sergio Mora, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Keith Haring and Dalí have in common?
A Grammy for the best album cover!

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The 8 unpublished paintings that the artist created in 2018 to illustrate an adventure novel by Arthur Conan Doyle, the author of Sherlock Holmes, entitled El Mundo Perdido, which many want to defend was the inspiration for Spielberg's Jurassic Park, although Michel Crichton insists that his serie has nothing to do with the novel. What is certain is that it would seem that Sir Arthur wrote "El Mundo Perdido" to the extent of Sergio's unlimited imagination, illusion and fantasy.

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Sergio Mora

Sergio Mora (Barcelona, 1975), is a painter, illustrator, and strip cartoonist. He is the winner of the Latin Grammy for Best Design 2016 for "El poeta Halley" by Love of Lesbian. Recently, he designed the murals in the Bazaar Mar restaurant, with Head Chef José Andrés, presented by Philippe Starck in Miami. In 2017, he collaborated again with Starck and José Andrés to introduce a second restaurant in Park Avenue, and also in Mercado Little Spain in New York.

Sergio Mora is the author of various books, including the standouts "Typical Spanglish" (2013), "El niño Rock" (2014), and "Amazing Art de Magicomora" (2016). He lives in Barcelona.

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  • Conversación con Sergio Mora

  • El Mundo Perdido (libro) ilustrado por Sergio Mora

  • Underbrain Magazine presenta la exposición de Sergio Mora

  • Artículo de La Vanguardia sobre El Mundo Perdido