15.09.22 – 14.10.22

«The cities grew. The world shrank.» 

Miguel Ángel Madrigal 

Recuerdos de estar 2. Acrilico y esmalte. 50x 80 x 40 cm


Travelling through the space of a city allows us to understand its nature, its dimension, its character and its culture; and with this we invariably create moments and live stories that we want to keep in our memory.


Miguel Angel Madrigal’s work develops three-dimensional projects that enable the construction of utopian cities for a specific space.

Eco. Instalación acrilico luz led y esmalte. 50 x 20 x 300 cm.
Recuerdos de estar 1. Acrilico y esmalte. 50x 80 x 40 cm

This project arises from the need to abstract those sensations and emotions generated when walking the streets of Barcelona, when we find architectural spaces that surround us physically and mentally, the look is filled with intimate spaces that we want to appropriate every second and with every step.

Ciudad de noche1,2,3. Imprrecion ink jet 3/3. 100 x 70 cm



Master in plastic arts Madrigal explores diverse ways of manipulating objects and materials. He has challenged gravity – not only the physical but also the visual balance as well as the conventionality of the artistic supports. He works with shapes and objects that we can recognize in our daily life, but when we relate them with others arbitrarily, they resignify and radically change our perception of them. 

Among his awards are highlighted, belonging to the National System of Creators of Mexico 2015-2018 and 2011-2014, Residency at the Banff Center, FONCA, Alberta Canada, Residency at the Basilisk Center, Buenos Aires, Argentina, Residency at the Bilbao Art Center, Bilbao Spain, Fellow of the National Fund for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) 2004 2005, Honorable Mention Second National Biennial of Visual Arts of Yucatan, Acquisition Award 3 era. Puebla De Los Angeles Biennial Among the most outstanding collections are. Jumex Collection, Hakim, Gelman, Enrique Guerrero, Bilbao Art Foundation, The RISD Museum (of Rhode Island), Museo de la Cancillería, Universidad Iberoamericana de Puebla, Museo Carrillo Gil, La tallera Siqueiros, Hendrix, Instituto de Cultura de Morelos, among others.