Andrés Lozano, (b. 1992, Madrid) is an artist living and working in Madrid. He focused on illustration during and after his undergraduate studies, moving to London in 2015 to get his MA in Visual Arts from Camberwell College of Arts (UAL) where he lived and worked until 2021. In 2018 his practice started focusing more on large-scale personal paintings. His work explores the link between art, making, and improvisation. Using semi-biographical, narrative themes around domesticity and nature as a way to focus on the accident-ridden, sometimes the automatic, and random process of painting.
Bouncing from the macro, looking at the painting as a whole, where the figuration is always contingent on the image working as a combination of shapes and colors; to the micro, layering textures and layers of material, experimenting with the tactile nature of paint on canvas and hoping to strike a balance between the both.