Patricia Losada Casanova (1968)
The Spaniard Patricia Losada Casanova has degrees in the subjects of literature and graphic design. This might explain why she can so expertly tell stories with her sculptures. The human being is at the centre of most of her works – as a filigree figure with overly long extremities who, alone or in groups, attempts to cope with a "world" that is usually reduced to very abstract forms.
- Genres Figurative
- Styles Contemporary art