Enrique García Lozano Biography

Vienna (Austria), 1970

Austrian born Spanish artist Enrique Garcia Lozano creates striking, dramatic pieces in the figurative style. The son of renowned opera conductor Maestro Garcia Navarro, Lozano produced the exquisite Opera series in homage to his late father. The pieces vibrantly capture the intense emotional appeal of opera's great heroes and heroines. Large in scale, the works are resplendent in vivid colors and arresting metallic accents.

Lozano is a graduate of several of the most prestigious art schools in the United States and abroad. He received BFA's from Rhode Island School of Design, Ecole National des Arts Decoratifs in Pairs, and Cooper Union School of Art. He received an MFA from Columbia University.

He has worked as an Assistant Professor of Fine Arts at Columbia University and as a designer at Verve/Polygrahm Records.


2005 - Ã?pera. Palau de La Musica Valencia, Spain.

2003 - Permanent Instalation "La Consagracion de la Primavera" L'Umbracle, Ciudad de las Artes y de las Ciencias. Valencia, Spain.

2001 - Ukiyo- Hoy. Gallery Arsnova XXI Madrid, Spain.

1998 - Lozano 480 Broadway Gallery . New York.

1996 - Puppet Master Watson Gallery. New York.

1993 - Spain- New York Cooper Union Gallery . New York.

1991 - Engalo Galleria Della Pace. New York.


1998 - Stocking Stuffers Earl Mc. Grath Gallery. New York. - Misanthrope 580 Broadway Gallery. New York, . - Open Your Heart Bayley House. New York. - Art Walk New York Coalition for the Homeless. New York. - The Infant Reader Earl Mc.Grath Gallery New York.

1997 - Fringe Festival The Infant Reader Philadelphia, United States. - New Art from New York P-Ink Gallery. London. - New York 407 Gallery. New York. - Infant Life Ki Gallery. New York. - Eleven for Ninety-Seven Andre Zarre Gallery .New York.

1996 - The Infant Reader- Lesson One Exit Art, New York. - The Infant Reader- Lesson in Life Art Exchange Show, New York. - International Art Fair 96The Gramercy Hotel, New York. - Twenty- Four Degrees 480 Broome St. Gallery, New York. - The Infant Reader 407 Gallery, New York.

1995 - Chuck Dym and E Watson Gallery, New York.

1994 - Contemporary Art Show Bill Maynes Gallery, New York. - Eleven Union League Club, New York. - Romantic Visions The Roger Smith Gallery, New York.

1992 - The National Arts Club. New York.