Institut Ramon LLull



Marc Dueñas
17 Fleet Street,
LONDON EC4Y 1AA, United Kingdom
Tel. +44 (0) 207 842 0852

Institut Ramon Llull is a consortium comprising the Government of Catalonia, the Government of the Balearic Islands, and the Barcelona City Council. Its mission is the support and promotion of Catalan language and culture abroad, in all its forms and means of expression.

Side to Side, Three Ways, featuring artist Manel Lledós - POSTPONED TO FALL 2020

Arts.  New York,  01/05/2020

For Manel Lledós, painting is a rapprochement between the tangible and the abstract, the permanent and the transformative, the certain and the unexpected. His painting develops slowly towards an organic geometry which reflects on place, time and belonging.

Manel Lledós, born in Barcelona, Catalonia (Spain) in 1955. At an early age he enrolls in the Llotja art school and works under the instruction of artist Victor Esteban Ripaux, a classical painter trained in the École des Beaux Arts in Paris.

In 1971, Lledós joins the Escola de Belles Arts de San Jordi in Barcelona. He spends months traveling around Spain, Italy and France, absorbing the art of the past as well as contemporary currents. At the end of the 70’s his work begins to move between a gestural field abstraction and a serial geometry. 

Towards the end of the 70’s, Lledós begins to dream about moving to New York. In 1981, Lledós moves to New York to start anew. His decision is motivated by his need to experience a larger cultural context.

By the early 80’s, he establishes himself with a studio first in the Lower East Side, and later in Brooklyn, and exhibits with Joan Prats gallery as well as others throughout the Americas and Europe. In 1994, Lledós is hired as a Professor of painting by the Art Department of Kingsborough Community College (CUNY). Lledós still resides in Brooklyn and his studio is now in Dumbo. 



Side to Side, Three Ways

featuring Emily Berger, Manel Lledós and Kim Uchiyama

Key Projects Art Space 

4129 41st Street, #2G Sunnyside, Queens, New York

April 25 - May 10, 2020

Opening Reception: April 25th, 2-4pm


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