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Enrique Jimenez Carrero (Spanish, 1953)

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Enrique Jimenez Carrero was born in Granadilla, Cáceres, on the 18th of March 1953. He attended the School of Fine Arts at Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid, where he lives and works since 1976.
In addition to other work as a stage designer and illustrator he has created stamps for the Spanish Post and joint issues with other countries.
Since 1974 his work has been presented in over 70 individual exhibitions in museums, galleries and other cultural spaces. In 2005 he returned to his birthplace with “Cuando Granadilla,” his first exhibition in Granadilla, a town which was forcibly abandoned and has now been declared a Historical-Artistic Site. In 2007 he was the first Spanish artist to present his work in Doha, Qatar. During 2010 his work was part of the prestigious collective exhibition “Naturalezas muertas” organised by the Badajoz Museum of Fine Art. On that same year, for the first time, there was an exhibition at the Plascencia Cathedral with a selection of ten works by Jiménez Carrero.
Today part of his work forms part of the collection of Museums such as Fujit in Tokio, the Albacete, Santander and Badajoz Museums of Fine Art, and the Postal and Telegraphic Museum of Madrid. In addition to the cultural funds of the City Councils of La Coruña, Albacete and Badajoz; the Municipalities of Plasencia, Móstoles, Leganés, Puertollano and La Coruña; local saving banks of Extremadura, Zamora, Salamanca, municipal saving banks of Pamplona, Albacete, Toledo, Postal Savings Bank, rural banks of Jalón-Zaragoza, Valencia, Badajoz and Duero; MAPFRE Badajoz, Royal Spanish Mint, Asamblea de Extremadura and other public and private collections in Spain, France, Germany, USA, Mexico, Colombia, England, Italy and Qatar.

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Enrique Jimenez Carrero (Spanish, 1953)

  1. 1. La máscara che oculta la nostalgia
  2. 2. La verdad desnuda
  3. 3. Retrato de carnaval
  4. 4. Thechildren'sbookEUROPAstampfromSpain
  5. 5. El tiempo no marchita la belleza
  6. 6. Maternidad I
  7. 7. Antonio Mingote Adán abandona el paraíso
  8. 8. Cartas de poemas con gemidos de violín
  9. 9. Lameninahaceturismo
  10. 10. Las meninas de carnaval
  11. 11. Descubre tu presencia
  12. 12. En el bies de tu cintura
  13. 13. Caballo, mujer y niño
  14. 14. Caballo blanco Caballo alado
  15. 15. Mujer con el caballo
  16. 16. Mutis por el foro
  17. 17. La estrecharia contra mi piel
  18. 18. El caballo abandona el museo El rapto
  19. 19. Anunciación
  20. 20. Enrique Jiménez Carrero was born in Spain (Cáceres) on the 18th of March 1953. He attended the School of Fine Arts at Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Madrid, where he lives and works since 1976, without losing his close ties to his birthplace. His work as a stage designer includes the sets for “The Sisters of Buffalo Bill” (1974), “Society’s Ruin” (1975) and “Song of the Lusitanian Bogey” (1978). As an illustrator he worked on the book “Genesis of Memory” by Bierzo poet Gonzáles-Guerrero in 1985 and the book cover for “Notebooks of Summer” by Félix Pinero. As a designer, in addition to other work he has created stamps for the Spanish Post and joint issues with other countries. Since 1974 his work has been presented in over 70 individual exhibitions in museums, galleries and other cultural spaces. In 2007 he was the first Spanish artist to present his work in Doha, Qatar. In 2005 he was nominated Adoptive Son of Plasencia and tourism ambassador of the city. In 2010 he was nominated Favourite Son of the town of Alagón del Río. Today part of his work forms part of the collection of Museums such as Fujit in Tokio, the Albacete, Santander and Badajoz Museums of Fine Art, and the Postal and Telegraphic Museum of Madrid. In addition to the cultural funds of the City Councils of La Coruña, Albacete and Badajoz; the Municipalities of Plasencia, Móstoles, Leganés, Puertollano and La Coruña; local saving banks, Postal Savings Bank, Asamblea de Extremadura and other public and private collections in Spain, France, Germany, USA, Mexico, Colombia, England, Italy and Qatar
  21. 21. Letter from my homeland, Plasencia
  22. 22. Sara Baras
  23. 23. Y te diré que fuiste primavera
  24. 24. Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu https://plus.google.com/+SandaMichaela Sound: El Pele & Vicente Amigo - Hable con ella 2017

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