Spanish born in 1942
Spanish born in 1942 in Murcia, died in 2007 in Málaga. In London, he started working in an art gallery, finally entering the sculpture world. In London he met the famous artista Henry Moore, who hired him as an assistant for the melting of his Bronze Sculptures. In 1964 he moved to New York, where he worked as an art restorer in Mallorca Brothers Gallery, until he opened his own art gallery: The American Indian Art Gallery, which included Andy Warhol among his clients. Influenced by Alexander Calder and attracted by the Mobile Sculptures, he began to create his own works in 1969. He exhibited throughout the world and became famous for his distinctive mobile art full of bright colors. Since then he showed his work in various New York halls, as well as in Canada, Italy, Mexico, China, Puerto Rico, Japan and Spain. He currently has public monuments in various parts of the United States and Europe and is represented in Spanish and foreign collections.