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MEET THE ARTIST te trae a personas que merecen un espacio para mostrar sus creaciones. Descubre a artistas emergentes de todo el mundo y sus apasionantes historias. 

Albert Madaula is a Spanish painter and film director based in Barcelona. Self-taught, he started painting when he was a child. Creator of “Gorgeous Magazine,” an independent paper publication of artistic photography, he also writes and directs films.

The inspiration for his painting is born from the pleasure moments, enjoying the people around him, and reflecting on a canvas. He uses sensual and architectural curves, volumes, and vibrant colors. He paints acrylic on canvas and spray touches with pastels and bar oil. He used to paint only masculine artworks, but now he has also opened the range to entire bodies and an Imaginarium of wild animals, all with an apparent reference to ancient Rome and Greece.

He taught himself to paint with references such as Picasso, Hockney, Cocteau, Matisse, Dalí, and Kathryn Macnaughton. Albert's first project as a director was his black and white short film "Limón," whose premiere took place in Barcelona in 2014. Albert is currently working on his first feature film, "Amor Mío." A story told from his most personal side.

Albert describes his style as a very colorful work, life, almost like an ode to life, very pop, and Kitch but at the same time sophisticated and elegant. He likes to saturate the color and bring movement to his images to generate the feeling that something is happening. In short, what Albert wants is a very careful, powerful, and eccentric aesthetic; even decadent and carefree.

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MEET THE ARTIST te trae a personas que merecen un espacio para mostrar sus creaciones. Descubre a artistas emergentes de todo el mundo y sus historias. 

Albert Madaula is a Spanish painter and film director based in Barcelona. Self-taught, he started painting when he was a child. Creator of “Gorgeous Magazine,” an independent paper publication of artistic photography, he also writes and directs films.

The inspiration for his painting is born from the pleasure moments, enjoying the people around him, and reflecting on a canvas. He uses sensual and architectural curves, volumes, and vibrant colors. He paints acrylic on canvas and spray touches with pastels and bar oil. He used to paint only masculine artworks, but now he has also opened the range to entire bodies and an Imaginarium of wild animals, all with an apparent reference to ancient Rome and Greece.

He taught himself to paint with references such as Picasso, Hockney, Cocteau, Matisse, Dalí, and Kathryn Macnaughton. Albert's first project as a director was his black and white short film "Limón," whose premiere took place in Barcelona in 2014. Albert is currently working on his first feature film, "Amor Mío." A story told from his most personal side.

Albert describes his style as a very colorful work, life, almost like an ode to life, very pop, and Kitch but at the same time sophisticated and elegant. He likes to saturate the color and bring movement to his images to generate the feeling that something is happening. In short, what Albert wants is a very careful, powerful, and eccentric aesthetic; even decadent and carefree.

Himalaya

Bangkok

Maui

MEET THE ARTIST te trae a personas que merecen un espacio para mostrar sus creaciones. Descubre a artistas emergentes de todo el mundo y sus historias. 

Albert Madaula is a Spanish painter and film director based in Barcelona. Self-taught, he started painting when he was a child. Creator of “Gorgeous Magazine,” an independent paper publication of artistic photography, he also writes and directs films.

The inspiration for his painting is born from the pleasure moments, enjoying the people around him, and reflecting on a canvas. He uses sensual and architectural curves, volumes, and vibrant colors. He paints acrylic on canvas and spray touches with pastels and bar oil. He used to paint only masculine artworks, but now he has also opened the range to entire bodies and an Imaginarium of wild animals, all with an apparent reference to ancient Rome and Greece.

He taught himself to paint with references such as Picasso, Hockney, Cocteau, Matisse, Dalí, and Kathryn Macnaughton. Albert's first project as a director was his black and white short film "Limón," whose premiere took place in Barcelona in 2014. Albert is currently working on his first feature film, "Amor Mío." A story told from his most personal side.

Albert describe su estilo como una obra muy colorista, vida, casi como una oda a la vida, muy pop y Kitch pero a la vez sofisticada y elegante. Le gusta saturar el color y aportar movimiento a sus imágenes para que genere la sensación de que está sucediendo algo. En definitiva, lo que Albert quiere es una estética muy cuidada, potente y excéntrica; incluso decadente y desenfadada.

Himalaya

Bangkok

Maui

MEET THE ARTIST te trae a personas que merecen un espacio para mostrar sus creaciones. Descubre a artistas emergentes de todo el mundo y sus historias. 

Albert Madaula is a Spanish painter and film director based in Barcelona. Self-taught, he started painting when he was a child. Creator of “Gorgeous Magazine,” an independent paper publication of artistic photography, he also writes and directs films.

The inspiration for his painting is born from the pleasure moments, enjoying the people around him, and reflecting on a canvas. He uses sensual and architectural curves, volumes, and vibrant colors. He paints acrylic on canvas and spray touches with pastels and bar oil. He used to paint only masculine artworks, but now he has also opened the range to entire bodies and an Imaginarium of wild animals, all with an apparent reference to ancient Rome and Greece.

He taught himself to paint with references such as Picasso, Hockney, Cocteau, Matisse, Dalí, and Kathryn Macnaughton. Albert's first project as a director was his black and white short film "Limón," whose premiere took place in Barcelona in 2014. Albert is currently working on his first feature film, "Amor Mío." A story told from his most personal side.

Albert describes his style as a very colorful work, life, almost like an ode to life, very pop, and Kitch but at the same time sophisticated and elegant. He likes to saturate the color and bring movement to his images to generate the feeling that something is happening. In short, what Albert wants is a very careful, powerful, and eccentric aesthetic; even decadent and carefree.

Himalaya

Bangkok

Maui

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