Antonio Vigo (b. 1972) began his artistic training at the School of Arts and Crafts (1992). Since 2007, he has combined his work as a professor of Fine Arts, currently at the Rey Juan Carlos University, with his sculpture projects.
Antonio Vigo (b. 1972) began his artistic training at the School of Arts and Crafts (1992), and later at the Complutense University of Madrid, where he graduated in Fine Arts (1999) and received a PhD with an Extraordinary Prize in 2010. Since 2007, he has combined his work as a professor of Fine Arts, currently at the Rey Juan Carlos University, with his sculpture projects, both activities that define his work as a researcher with an inclination towards visual arts and three-dimensional projects.
Vigo has participated in different sculpture symposia and competitions: awarded third prize at the 7th Liu Kaiqu Award International Sculpture Exhibition, in Wuhu, China (2018); selected as a finalist in the XI Arte Laguna Prize competition in the sculpture and installation section, Venice, Italy (2017); the National Institute of Sculpture of China in the International Symposium; Sunbird Dream; in Yiwu, China (2016); and, NordArt, Büdelsdorf, Germany (2015 and 2014).
Maha Malluh (b. 1959) is a Riyadh-based artist. Born in Jeddah. She is greatly influenced by her spiritual connection to the historic region of Najd, with its strong religious and cultural heritage, colorful patterned fabrics, and old Najdi architecture, all elements that greatly influence her art.SEE ARTIST
Leo Villareal (b. 1967) uses LED lights to create complex, rhythmic artworks on scales ranging from stand-alone sculptures to public infrastructure projects. Villareal is known for illuminating entire façades and bridges across the world, subtly reflecting their use, environment, and history through speed, pattern, and color.SEE ARTIST
Jo Kley (b. 1964) is founder of his own company, Ars Magnifica, and has participated in over 30 solo and 80 group exhibitions, as well as more than 60 international sculpture symposiums in 25 countries.SEE ARTIST
Riyadh Art’s ten programs and two festivals turn the city into a creative canvas, bringing public art to the spaces where people travel, work and play.Explore Now
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