Miguel Peña


Miguel Peña

Miguel Peña was born in Madrid in 1951.
 
In 1968 he begins his studies at Madrid’s university of architecture. He will stay there until 1971, when he will see drawing as his real vocation. This leads Miguel Peña to join the School of Fine Arts in Madrid to focus solely on painting.
 
After his studies, painter Miguel Peña obtains several grants such as the Juan March Foundation  in 1967 or the Ministry of Culture in 1981.
 
After exhibiting in Paris, London or Madrid, in 1990 Miguel Peña joins the group of painters at Sala Dalmau art gallery in Barcelona.
 

Miguel Peña CV

Selected solo exhibitions

2019
osé Rincón gallery, Madrid.
 
2017
De Queeste Art, Abele/Watou, Belgium.
 
2015 
De Queeste Art, Abele/Watou, Belgium.
Jugadores de cartas,Juan Manuel Lumbreras gallery, Bilbao.
 
2014
Jugadores de cartas, Sala Dalmau gallery, Barcelona.
 
2013
Artis Gallery, Salamanca.
 
2010
Bat Gallery, Madrid
 
2009
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
 
2007
Juan Manuel Lumbreras Gallery, Bilbao.
Van Dyck Gallery, Gijon.
 
2006
Nolde Gallery, Navacerrada.
Val i 30 Gallery, Valencia.
 
2005
Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
2004
Fermín Etxauri Gallery, Pamplona.
Pedro Torres Gallery, Logroño.
 
2003
Juan Manuel Lumbreras Gallery, Bilbao.
Van Dyck Gallery, Gijon.
Félix Gómez Gallery, Seville
 
2002
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
Nolde Gallery, Navacerrada.
 
2001
Juan de Juanes Gallery, Alicante.
 
2000
Quattro gallery, Leira (Portugal).
El Sol gallery, Altea (Alicante).
Bat gallery, Madrid.
 
1999
Nolde Gallery, Navacerrada.
Juan Manuel Lumbreras Gallery, Bilbao.
Torres Gallery, Logroño.
 
1997
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
 
1996
A’G Arte Gestión, Torres Gallery, Bilbao.
El Sol Gallery, Altea (Alicante).
 
1994
Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
1993
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
ARCO’93, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
1992
ARCO’92, Sephira Gallery, Madrid.
ARCO’92, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
1991
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
 
1990
HumphreyFine Art Gallery, New York.
Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
1989
ARCO’89 Seiquer Gallery, Madrid.
Marie Christine Haumont Gallery, Brussels.
 
1988
Pierre Parrat Gallery, Paris.
 
1986
Seiquer Gallery, Madrid.
 
1985
Ettienne de Causans Gallery, Paris.
INTERARTE, Ettienne de Causans Gallery, Valencia.
 
1984
Ettienne de Causans Gallery, Paris.
 
1983
Ettienne de Causans Gallery, Paris.
 
1982
Ettienne de Causans Gallery, Paris.
 
1981
Balboa 13 Gallery, Madrid.
 
1980
Seiquer Gallery, Madrid.
Tolmo Gallery, Toledo.
Benedet Gallery, Oviedo.
 
1978
Foro Gallery, Madrid.
 
1977
Scrum Gallery, Madrid.

 

 
 

Selected group exhibitions

 
2016
Sala Dalmau gallery, Barcelona.
 
2013
Sala Dalmau gallery, Barcelona.
Artis Gallery, Salamanca.
 
2012
Artis Gallery, Salamanca.
 
2011
Art Madrid 2011, Sala Dalmau Gallery, Madrid.
Artis Gallery, Salamanca.
Sala Dalmau, barcelona.
 
2010
Art Madrid 2010, Sala Dalmau Gallery, Madrid.
 
2009
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
Art Madrid 2009, Sala Dalmau Gallery, Madrid.
 
2008
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
Art Madrid, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
2007
Art Madrid, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
2007
Mirades, Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
 
2006
Art Madrid, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
2004
25 anys de Galeria, Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
Manolo Alés, In memoriam, Diputación de Malaga, Malaga.
 
2002
San Sebastián, Cruz Herrera Museum, La Línea de la Concepción, Cadiz.
Arteder, Pedro Torres Gallery, Santander.
 
2001
La copula sixtina, Felix Gómez Gallery, Seville.
ARCO’01, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
2000
ARCO’00, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
 
1999
ARCO´99, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
Homenaje a Fefa Seiquer, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid.
 
1998
ARTEXPO’98. Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
ARCO’98, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
Arte erótico, Félix Gómez Gallery, Seville.
 
1997
ARCO’97. Bat Gallery, Madrid.
ARTEXPO’97. Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
Museo de los Angeles. Itinerant: Pretori Romà, Tarragona, Casa de Vacas, Madrid.
 
1996
ARCO’96 Bat Gallery, Madrid.
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
ARTEXPO’96. Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
Espacios para el diálogo, A’G Arte Gestión Gallery, Santander.
 
1995
ARCO’95, Bat Gallery, Madrid.
La mitología clásica en la pintura y escultura actual, Sala Galileo Gallery, Madrid.
ART CHICAGO. Bat Gallery, Chicago.
Bennàssar, Gay y Peña, Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
Sobre la figuración, Alfredo Viñas Gallery, Malaga.
Pilar Parra Gallery, Madrid.
LINEART. Gent’ 95, Nolde Gallery, Belgium.
 
1994
ARCO’94 Bat Gallery, Madrid.
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
 
1993
ARCO’93. Bat Gallery, Madrid.
Art Miami. Kimberly Gallery, Miami.
Objetos cotidianos, Sephira Gallery, Madrid.
Paisaje, flora y fauna, Seiquer Gallery, Madrid.
 
1992
Art Miami. Kimberly Gallery, Miami.
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
 
1990
Sala Dalmau Gallery, Barcelona.
Kimberly Gallery, Washington.
 
1989
International Contemporary Art Fair, Seiquer Gallery, London.
Vírgenes, diosas y hechiceras, Convento Santo Domingo Pollença, (Mallorca).
Raab Gallery, Londres.
 
1987
Madrid Mediterráneo, Seiquer Gallery, Madrid.
 
1986
International Contemporary Art Fair. Seiquer Gallery, London.
Pelaires Gallery, Palma de Mallorca.
 
1983
FIAC Ettienne de Causans Gallery, Paris.
La luna, Sen Gallery, Madrid.
Dibujos, Montenegro Gallery, Madrid.
 
1982
ARCO’82, Seiquer Gallery, Madrid.
Homenaje al Mediterráneo, Ronda Sur Gallery, Javea (Alicante).
Individualidades, Villa de Madrid Cultural Center.
Desnudos, Montenegro Gallery, Madrid.
 
1981
Linha, espaçao e expressáo na Pintura Española actual. National Museum of Fine Arts (Río de Janeiro, Sáo Paulo, Porto Alegre, Bahía, Recife).
 
1980
Línea espacio y expresión en la pintura actual española, Buenos Aires.
Intimismo en la pintura española de los siglos XIX y XX, Quito.
 
1978
Juan March Foundation, Madrid.

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