Teo González

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Teo González (born August 7, 1964 in Quinto, Spain) is a Spanish postminimalist painter.

945 Gotas de Tinta, Teo González 1991

Life and Work[edit]

González was born in Quinto and reared in Zaragoza, Spain. During his youth he won numerous distinctions in drawing awarded by the Spanish government. In 1991 he moved to California, where he attended California State University of Bakersfield. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in 1997, receiving a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art.

Teo González's first solo show was with Brian Gross Fine Art in San Francisco, CA in 1996. Currently he works and lives in Brooklyn, NY. Known for his work using drops of pigment and grids, González's work is frequently compared to that of Agnes Martin, Jackson Pollock and Sol LeWitt.

Museums and Public Collections[edit]

The Museum of Modern Art, N.Y., Los Angeles County Museum of Art, C.A., National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., Museo Pablo Serrano, Zaragoza, Spain, Ayuntamiento de Miego, Santander, Spain, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, N.H., San Diego Museum of Art, C.A., New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe N.M., Museo de Dibujo Julio Gavin-Castillo de Larrés, Spain, Fifth Floor Foundation, N.Y., The Judith Rothschild Foundation, N.Y., Achenbach Foundation Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, C.A., The Progressive Art Collection O.H., Borusan Contemporary Art Collection, Istanbul, Turkey, Circa XX, Madrid Spain

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