Spanish artist Isidro López-Aparicio talks about his artistic journey in relation to social activism, and in the context of art as a creative transformation of conflicts.
López-Aparicio (Jaén, 1967) is a socially active artist that has had an important role in the development of politically and socially engaged art. He works as an international researcher, curator, PhD professor of Fine Arts and member of the Institute of Research for Peace at the University of Granada, is on the Board of the Journal for Artistic Research (JAR) and is the President of the Spanish Artist Union.
He exhibited in museums, institutions, art galleries and art fairs throughout the world, Centre Pompidou, National Museum Reina Sofía, Vasco Country Museum ARTIUM. He is an author of numerous books, chapters and articles, and regularly lectures in institutions and universities over the world.
Image: Isidro Lopez-Aparicio. Arch of Memories, Genalguacil, Spain.