Teo Soriano

Teo Soriano

1963

Biography

Mérida, Badajoz, 1963

Teo Soriano studied at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Salamanca and Pontevedra. His academic training is expanded with attendance at numerous and diverse workshops in Galicia and Madrid, among which those taught by artists such as Lucio Muñoz, Rafael Canogar or Eva Lootz should be highlighted. His first exhibition dates back to 1985 in A Coruña entitled “Las Algas”. From then on, his work began to be seen in individual and group exhibitions organized in galleries, museums and art centers throughout Spain. Among his exhibitions we find “Elbow stained with turquoise blue” at the Kiosko Alfonso Exhibition Palace in A Coruña; “27 Negroes” at the Galician Center for Contemporary Art in Santiago de Compostela; “The Sketch of the World” at the Luis Seoane Foundation from A Coruña; “Painting Points” at the Torrente Ballester Center in Ferrol; or “New Acquisitions” at the Galician Center for Contemporary Art in Santiago de Compostela. He has also collaborated with several galleries such as the Trinta Gallery in Santiago de Compostela, the Paloma Pintos Gallery in Santiago de Compostela, the Miquel Alzueta Gallery in Barcelona and Madrid, or the Fernando Pradilla Gallery in Madrid, among others.

His work has been exhibited at the stands of numerous national and international fairs such as Arco (Madrid), Art Chicago (Chicago), Art Madrid (Madrid) and The Armory Show (N.Y.)

In 2017 he suffered a serious accident which caused him considerable cerebral damage after which he has not been able to continue painting.