Mari Quiñonero, in the special issue `Best of Spain´ of AD magazine
In its March issue, the decoration and lifestyle magazine Condé Nast pays tribute to Spanish talent, which brings together the most outstanding names on the national scene. According to Enric Pastor, director of AD Spain: “This number shows interior designers, designers, houses, artists, craftsmen, textile publishers, architects, furniture, objects and places that, for the AD team, are defining the new Made in Spain”.
Mari Quiñonero is part of AD March in its special edition Best of Spain:
Mari Quiñonero (1979) paraphrases Gil de Biedma. “That life was serious one begins to understand later,” she says, referring to all that has been achieved. After studying Art History in her native Murcia and a master’s degree in communication, she began working in marketing. “In 2014, the cuts in staff launched me to focus on what I really wanted to do, art,” she says satisfied. The Madrid gallery Échale Guindas has witnessed its evolution: first collage of the old school from old fashion figurines or its latest series Color and Vacuum, which led to The Other Art Fair in New York and where it sold everything sold. “I go from figurative to abstract, but conceptually it is the same, a powerful form on a plain background,” he explains. 2019 only brought him joys, such as exhibiting at Álvaro Alcázar and Gärna and confirming alliances. “The Voltz Clarke Gallery in the Big Apple represents me, with whom I debuted on March 5 with the What If ?, Wood Society exhibition in London, which will take my pieces to the Cos store in King’s Cross, Yiri Arts in Taipei and I prepare a collaboration with Gancedo ”, she concludes while going back to the brushes.