B. Spain, 1973
Bronze and digital image on methacrylate
48 x 15 x 15 cm
Provenance Private Collection, Kuala Lumpur
llustrated in Rocio Villatoro Escultura exhibition catalogue
RM 6,000 – RM 10,000
Born in Madrid in 1973, Rocio Villatoro is a Spanish Sculpture. She obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid in 1996, majoring in sculpture. Her works of art are carried out mainly with materials such as bronze and iron, combined with other materials such as acrylic and brass.
The sculptures of Rocío Villatoro focuses on the figure of women, however, far from the academic tradition. Rather, it is influenced by the magical realism of Francisco Lopez and appreciates the Italian Renaissance of Donatello and Jacopo della Quercia. Besides digital photography and other new materials are introduced to guide the sculptures towards the present. Sometimes the artist places her sculptures in boxes made of methacrylate (as in this piece), sometimes they are surrounded by various objects. It creates a mystical atmosphere while using symbolic and poetic elements – light and movement as an expression of femininity.