Opening Night: 10 September 2013 6pm-9pm
The sensuality and elegance of the graphics, black lines, ink and watercolour, of a mouth, a neckline, a curve of a hip: this is what forms the basis of both Moreno’s personal and commercial career as an illustrator. The exhibition ‘Women’ emerged from Moreno’s need to create truly free personal work: all these elements of sensuality confluence with a meticulous attention for detail, however untethered.
For this exhibition, Moreno returned to his former role as an artist and engraver, which was the prelude to his career as an illustrator and the period in which he developed his aesthetic style.
“But above all”, Moreno says, “this exhibition is about women, which constitutes 150% of my work.”
Illustrator, engraver and painter based in Madrid, graduated of Fine Arts in the University of Sevilla in 98. Since then he worked in different design studios and ad agencies in Andalusia. In 2004 he moves to Madrid. In June 2007 he begins to show his portfolio and after being selected amongst the 20 new talents of illustration, by the London based magazine Computer Arts, he begins his succesful carreer as an illustrator. At present he has worked with virtually every major national agencies, and is starting with his first commissions and international expansion. He has worked with numerous national and international publications, last August by the cover of the North American publishing Los Angeles Times Magazine.