Lives and works at In Madrid Spain
Pablo Lecroisey Born in Madrid, Spain, 1979. www.pablolecroisey.com Solo Exhibitions 2015 - Fiveyears , CMA, Centro Municipal de las Artes Buero Vallejo, Alcorcón, Madrid (Spain) 2014 - Retrospective, Ramses Space, Madrid (Spain) 2013 - Mud and lollipops , EFTI – Off Space, Madrid (Spain) 2012 - One hundred seventy, Open Studio, Madrid (Spain) Group exhibitions 2015 - Plural 15 EFTI, Unonueve Space, Madrid (Spain) - Franqueados 0.15, Cool Inquieto Space, Madrid (Spain) 2014 - State Subconsciosm 7 Gardens Gallery of Cáceres (Spain) - 81 Salon d'Automne. Spanish Spanish Association of Painters and Sculptors, Casa de Vacas cultural center, Retiro Park, Madrid. (Spain) - 3th Edition of Cultur3 Club,Palacio de la Riega, Gijón (Spain) - ExSistencias, Tu Cuarto de Arte , in Madrid (Spain) 2013 - Sensorium International Gran Gala of Surrealism, Cadaqués (Spain) 2009 - Show of Master EFTI, PhotoEspaña 09, Madrid (Spain) - Like father like son, Tarazona Photo, Zaragoza (Spain) - The solid look, Photographers for Peace, Madrid (Spain) Participation in fairs - Lacolect Fair 2015, Madrid, with Veo Arte en Todas partes - JäälPhoto 2015, Madrid, with Arte a un click and Veo Arte en Todas Partes. - Art &Breaksfast 2015 , Málaga (Spain), with Grunkreuz Berlín Gallery - LUFT 2014, I Fair of Photobook in O2 Gallery Madrid, with Grunkreuz& O2 Gallery - Cuarto Público Art Fair 2014, in Santiago de Compostela (Spain), with Ingenio Gallery IC. - Room Art Fair 2014, Madrid, with Galería 3k Art Prizes and mentions 2015 - Third in the 2015 Photo contest, organized by the APTB (Professional Association of Fire Department). 2014 - Finalist in TINA Prize 2014 - Winner of the 3K Art Contest - Viewings selected Photoespaña 2014 - Project selected for FIU BCN (Talent propulsion youth) Disseny Hub Museum in Barcelona, Spain - Finalist Project in Reebok HUB - Finalist in Beefeater London District , Madrid Spain 2012 Finalist in the María José Jove Foundation Contest Education and training 2013 / Currently Studying Degree of Art History at the Distance Studies National University (UNED) 2010 / Currently Collaborations with photographers Antonio Cordero, Pepe Botella and Ruben Dario. 2009/2010 Workshops and seminars: Alejandro Castellote, Beatriz Martinez, Carmen Dalmau, Chema Madoz, Ciuco Gutierrez, Daniel Canogar, Eduardo Momeñe, Eugenio Ampudia, Eugenio Recuenco, Guillaume Reynaud, Jesus Mico, Jorge Salgado, JoséLatova, José Luis Santalla, Juan Santacruz, Juan Valbuena, Luis Malibran, Manuel de los Galanes, Manuel Rufo, MattSiber, Miguel Oriola, Nancy Davenport, Rafael Liaño, Santiago B. Olmo, Valentín Sama. 2008/2009 EFTI - International master of photography, "Concept and Artistic Creation" , Madrid, Spain 2002/2003 Photo studios in CEV, School of Communication, Image and Sound, Madrid, Spain Upcoming projects and exhibitions 2015 Individual exhibitions Art Center Tomas y Valiente (CEART), Fuenlabrada, Madrid (September 2015) Group exhibitions Transmutacion.es in The Cage Art Space in Mexico City (Mexico) (July 2015) Works in collections Venancio Blanco Foundation Collection
Pablo Lecroisey, the recreation of the spirit. Anyone on the paper will not be me but my pretense and your version of the facts Photography, José Luis Piquero. The photographic work of Pablo Lecroisey is the result of the inquiry into the feelings and obsessions that throughout his career have shaped a unique personal linguistic world inside the photographer. His work is translated into a set of compositions with a strong fantastic and surreal sense that we could classify as Ars Combinatoria, a way of representing reality as a complex and plural osmosis of characters and a wondrous scenery in their body and their argument. Thus, it presents a catalog of unlikely convergence, understanding this description as amazing, but with sufficient information to be able to deduct interpreting and thus his initial intention. Lecroisey is a photographer whose multiple narrative and aesthetic devices contains constant references to the Baroque masters and the Raphaelites. It´s notable for his use of the light and the knowledge of the color values of the clothes and scenarios, the understanding of space and the changing light values - especially in times of high light, especially in the appearance of the shadows and performance capture by the sight of all the scenes and figures. So Lecrosey carries to the light and leads the viewer's eye through the skillful use of the objetive through the power of the compositions applied safely and enlivened each other, figures act as a unifying element in a clever management of styles, methods and means. His photographs include portraits of characters that interact either with each other or with their environment, in a theater full of excessive energy. Paul Lecroisey approaches short stories, contemporary tales, fables with a moral in each of his compositions; The Day of tomorrow invites us to explore the beauty of the unexpected through dance, the series The Big House of Fuencarral, recounts through a ghostly presence the charm of the ruin, in the heartbreaking The Prado Shouts transmitted anguish redeemed by action, in Nacho is dead talks about the loneliness and chaos of the artist, Is never too late reflects on the ages of man and eternity etc… In all his works resemble photograms in a multi story unfolding without a linear structure. These photographic sequences, simulating a storyline, a story or a kind of tale, although they may trigger a series of actions in the viewer's mind the narrative is too fragmentary to approach the overall picture. His commitment to the sets in unexpected places (like the Centro Cultural La Tabacalera, the Thyssen Museum and the historic restaurant Lhardy in Madrid) contribute to give a new meaning for these space while gaining a new narrative imagery that meets the collective desire to create stories. The artist oscillates between past, present and future, dream and reality, tradition and modernity, fiction and truth, addressing the deepest feelings of the human soul. The specific becomes the interiority of the photographer, the narrative desire and the fables plays with the transcendental self to unite the concepts that Lecroisey generates in his struggle forward.