Rafael Amorós

Rafael Amorós

Valencia 1964

He studied Fine Arts at the San Carlos School in Valencia. He began his first steps through painting, drawing and engraving, although later on Amorós focuses on sculpture. In 1987, he lived in the house-studio of the painter Antoni Miró for whom he made several editions of engravings. In 1995, a selection of his graphic work became a part of the collection of the National Library in Madrid. He describes his works as the text he would like to write, the music he would like to compose, and the dance he would like to dance. Through his pieces, he tries to reflect his way of being and to achieve simplicity, balance and elegance. His work has been increasingly evolving to convey a restless character and openness to new findings. He has made countless solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally.