Eduardo Arranz Bravo Net Worth
Eduardo Arranz Bravo made money by Designers niche. For all time, at the moment, 2017 year, Eduardo Arranz Bravo earned $47 Million. Exact sum is $47000000.
Short biography, height, weight, dates:
Birth date: 1941, Barcelona, Spain
Birth place: Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Profession: Production Designer, Set Decorator
Wikipedia Source: Eduardo Arranz Bravo
Eduardo Arranz-Bravo is a Spanish painter, born in Barcelona, Spain in 1941. Arranz-Bravo studied at the San Jorge Fine Arts School in Barcelona from 1959 to 1962. In 1961, he held his first individual exhibition, 15 paintings by Arranz, in the Club Universitario de Barcelona. The exhibition that brought him recognition from the Barcelona critics was that organized by the Centre de Cultura Contemporà-nia de Barcelona in 1962. Between 1968 and 1970, he was part of a group of artists consisting of Gerard Sala, Robert Llimó-s and Rafael Lozano Bartolozzi, with whom he continued to collaborate until 1982, alternating between collective and individual exhibitions. His contact with these artists influenced his early work. Arranz-Bravos early work was abstract and moved towards new figuration and pop art. All the artists, however, continued with their own work at the same time. He worked together with Bartolozzi on the mural at the factory Tipel in Parets del Vallè-s, in a hotel establishment in Magalluf, on the faç-ade of the Barcelona International Centre of Photography and in the house of Camilo José- Cela in Mallorca, and also took part in the exhibitions held in the Bleu gallery in Stockholm, where his Tauromaquias series was presented, Sketches and marble sculptures, in the Gaspar gallery in Barcelona, at the Vandré-s gallery in Madrid and at the Tinell Exhibition Centre in Barcelona: Mides universals. They also organized events, published books, sculptures and wooden structures. In 1981 he gave his first individual exhibition. In 1982, he presented his series Abraç-ades at the Miguel Marcos gallery in Zaragoza and in 1983 he held an anthological exhibition of his work at the Gaspar Exhibition Centre in Barcelona. Between 1986 and 1988 he created a series of lithographs called La Casa, he painted the Pantò-crator, and worked as artistic director in the films by Jaime Camino El balcó-n abierto and Luces y sombras. He took part in the Eighth Saló-n de Mayo and in the exhibitions Muestra de Arte Nuevo, Barcelona 1971- Picasso 90, Р™