Collection: Eduardo Arranz-Bravo

Eduardo Arranz-Bravo (Barcelona, ​​Spain, 1941) is a Spanish painter.

Arranz-Bravo studied at the San Jorge School of Fine Arts in Barcelona from 1959 to 1962.

In 1961 he held his first individual exhibition, 15 paintings by Arran, at the Barcelona University Club. The exhibition that earned him recognition from Barcelona critics was organized by the Center for Contemporary Culture of Barcelona in 1962. Between 1968 and 1970 he was part of a group of artists made up of Gerard Sala, Robert Llimós and Rafael Bartolozzi Lozano, with whom He continued collaborating until 1982, alternating between group and individual exhibitions. Contact with these artists influenced his early work.

In 2010 he held his annual exhibitions at the Franklin Bowles Galleries, in San Francisco and New York. He also exhibits in Rome, at the Edieuropa Gallery, as well as in the city of Barcelona, ​​at the Ámbito Gallery and at the Vall d'Hebron Hospital. At the same time, the Arranz-Bravo Foundation organizes the thematic exhibitions, Arranz-Bravo: Impaktes and Arranz-Bravo. Self-portraits.

2014 is his first exhibition in China, with the Liu Fine Arts gallery. Parel·lelament, also holds the first solo exhibition in Moscow. Two years later he exhibited at the Instituto Cervantes in Moscow as well as the Franklin Bowles galleries in New York and San Francisco. The Arranz-Bravo Foundation organizes Arranz-Bravo. Drawing in action, a review of the uses and techniques used in the discipline of drawing.

In 2020, the restoration of the painting of the Tipel Factory in Parets del Vallés, which began in the summer of 2019, is completed.

In February 2016, he exhibited his work in Moscow for the first time.