Gonzalo Conradi-España - 2022
Coinciding with the Biennial of Flamenco 2022, we resume our exhibition cycles in the Flamenco Art Gallery of the Museum of Flamenco Dance. On this occasion, it is the Sevillian artist Gonzalo Conradi the author of the works that make up the exhibition: Sastipen Tali which means in calé (the language of the gypsies), health and freedom. He has chosen these two concepts that mark the vital philosophy of the gypsies, protagonists of an authentic, deep, free, joyful and lively flamenco, and emphasizes the gypsy culture as the backdrop of flamenco.
It is not the first time that Conradi exhibits at the Museum. Exhibitions with already known authors allow to follow the reflection and evolution of the artists on the flamenco theme. In this exhibition one feels the painting as the body of the music, and the music as the soul of the painting that is captured in the works that make up the exhibition. They are a series of interpretations that, under the frequency of flamenco and flamencos, invites the public to enjoy and get carried away by beats and colors, reflections and tributes, interpretations and plastic-musical adventures.
Gonzalo Conradi was born in 1976. His training begins with a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Seville (specialization in painting). However, he uses his creative spirit not only to paint, but also to draw, design, and illustrate. Her love for Flamenco is a constant fact in her life and has facilitated numerous collaborations. Among his numerous exhibitions in Spain, the United States, Germany and England are Flamenconradi, monographic exhibitions such as at the Centro Andaluz de Flamenco in Jerez de la Frontera, in the exhibition “El Flamenco Entre Lo Abstracto y Lo Figurativo” at the Museo del Baile Flamenco, which since 2010, has a selection of his works in its permanent collection.