Have you met…Vitor Mejuto?


An introduction can be a wonderful thing. You can meet interesting people, and make new friends. You can be introduced to your new favorite foods, books, music, or artist.

I’d like to introduce you to some of my favorite artists. Some of whom I’ve been familiar with for years, and others I’ve only recently been introduced to.

The person I’d like to introduce is the artis Vitor Mejuto.

Vitor Mejuto was Born in Barcelona, Spain. He lives in Santiago de Compostela, Spain.

"Anyone seen Daniel Buren?" 150x150 Acrylic on canvas 2012

“Anyone seen Daniel Buren?” 150×150
Acrylic on canvas
2012

“Spanish artist Vitor Mejuto works in an abstract style, within the tradition of geometric abstraction, the movement which is found within Russian constructivism and that produced Bauhaus and the Dutch De Stijl movement, and which was later taken up by the informalists of the New York School like Frank Stella and Kenneth Noland.
Some of these trends came from Minimalism, others, as in the case of Peter Halley, the work of these great masters came to be known as Neo Geo, which takes advantage of space and its properties, of color and its behaviour, speaking more of painting and less of emotions. Though this last characterization is arguable.
Vitor studied fine arts at the University of Salamanca.” VM

"Trees can't see the forest" 130x130 Acrylic on canvas 2011

“Trees can’t see the forest” 130×130 Acrylic on canvas 2011

Education

1989
  • Medium, Painting
    Salamanca University, Salamanca, Spain
"St. Patricks Day" 150x150cm Acrylic on canvas 2010

“St. Patricks Day” 150x150cm Acrylic on canvas 2010

Other material relating to Vitor Mejuto.

Artist Website: Vitor Mejuto.

Culturehall: Vitor Mejuto.

Geoform: Vitor Mejuto.

Youtube: Vitor Mejuto.

ArtSlant: Vitor Mejuto.

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