Artist, curator and University professor.
Since its beginnings, López-Aparicio’s work has had a marked political and social nature. In his projects he aims to condense the instability of nature and of humanity itself in a constant process of change, forcing us to stop for a moment to reflect on the futility of what surrounds and conditions us.
With great international projection, this social activist has managed to escape from cataloguing in order to develop a solid presence and professional recognition based on art as an element of reflection and social commitment, frequently participating in international fairs and offering numerous individual and collective interventions on the five continents: from Tate London (United Kingdom) to Darat al Funun (Amman, Jordan), and including the GAM Galleria d’ARTE Moderna di Palermo (Italy) and the ARTIUM de Vitoria-Gasteiz. PhD in Fine Arts, Professor at the University of Granada, Honorary President of the Fine Art European Forum, President of the Union of Artists, member of the Peace and Conflict Research Institute and of the Artist Pension Trust, he has given lectures and seminars and curated international festivals and exhibitions all over the world.
Isidro will be giving an input at the visual artists | diverse conditions workshop on 25 October 2023 on the issue of 'Social Security and Pensions against the Background of Diversity Aspects in Europe' from a Spanish perspective.