Jose Ramon Amondarain
San Sebastian, 1964
An artist with an extensive professional career, he has based his work on the development of a style of painting that reinvents itself and raises technique as a tool to define the field of work that questions art itself, not only as a form of expression but, above all, as a way of personal development and as a laboratory of diverse techniques.
Digital prints, paintings and temperas deliver an interpretation of art that questions its veracity and reinterprets predetermined ways of doing things. In his work, he demonstrates a parallel vision of other artists who have always inspired this multifaceted artist: Painting, light photographs, temperas and digital prints make up his imaginary world from where he brings to fruition his own vision. His works belong to collections such as: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Grupo Endesa, Arthur Andersen, Peter Stuyvesant Foundation, Banco de España, Unicaja, Caja Madrid, La Caixa, Caja Burgos, Fundación Marcelino Botín, ARTIUM, Coca-Cola, Unión Fenosa, ING Bank o DKV.