Spanish, born in 1966
Diego Canogar is a sculptor and engraver born in Madrid on May 16, 1966. At the age of 20 he began studying Fine Arts at the Complutense University of Madrid. He has more than 20 individual and 120 collective exhibitions, both national and international. It is worth highlighting recent individual exhibitions such as “Iron Drawings” in the Zaida hall of Granada, “Outcrops” in the Rayuela gallery of Madrid, “Iron, strokes and lines”, in the El Brocense de Cáceres hall this year, the exhibitions in the Tolmo de Toledo and Amaga de Avilés galleries in 2009 with which it maintains close ties, that of the Tomas and Valiente de Fuenlabrada hall and that of the Toledo COAAT in 2008 and in the Rayuela Gallery of Madrid in 2007, in which he has exhibited Several occasions. From 2013, he becomes part of the artists of the BAT gallery. In addition, since 2008 he is the Director of Mínimo Tamaño Grande frequently participating in Artmadrid, Estampa, Valencia Art and Artenavas.
El Refugio Hierro soldado y pintado 98 x 98 x 11 cm
Desportillada Hierro soldado y pintado 50 x 50 x 5.5 cm
Fragmento de Columna Hierro soldado y pintado 50 x 51 x 30 cm
Árbol Enroscado Hierro soldado y pintado 36 x 32 x 17 cm
Losa Emergente Hierro soldado y pintado 120 x 70 x 15 cm