Rosa Agenjo Biography

Barcelona, Spain, 1955

An established Spanish artist, Rosa Agenjo started exhibiting her paintings in the 80s. These early expressionist paintings were direct, colourful, and frequently took the human figure as their subject.

After a period of working in an abstract style, Agenjo returned to figurative paintings with intense ranges of color, both warm and cool, to reflect the female condition. She represents women in symbolic ways, surrounded by nature and immersed in idyllic and lyrical worlds.

She is Professor of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona.


2007 -

1999 - Art Centre. Andorra la Vella. Andorra. - Galeria Ã?mbit. Barcelona, Spain.

1997 - Galeria 3 Punts. Barcelona, Spain.

1993 - Escuela de Artes Aplicadas. Zaragoza, Spain.

1990 - Galeria Helena Ramos. Cadaques. Girona, Spain.

1987 - Galeria 4 Gats. Palma de Mallorca, Spain.

1985 - Galeria Eude. Barcelona, Spain.

1982 - Galeria Trece. Barcelona, Spain.

1979 - Galeria K. Barcelona, Spain.


2000 - Bienal Muestra de Arte Contemporaneo Catalan. Canals, Galeria de Arte. Sant Cugat. Barcelona, Spain.

1997 - Galeria Mª Jose Castellvi. Barcelona, Spain. - Galeria 3 Puntos. Barcelona, Spain.

1993 - Sala del Ayuntamiento. Murcia, Spain. - Palacio Robert. Barcelona, Spain.

1989 - Galeria Helena Ramos. Cadaques, Spain. - Fundacion Llorens Artigas. Gallifa, Spain.

1988 - Espacios, Centro de Arte. Gerona, Spain. - Ayuntamiento. Albi. France. - Fundacion La Caixa. Barcelona, Spain.

1985 - Colegio de Aparejadores. Vic, Spain. - Sala del Ayuntamiento. Gerona, Spain.

1984 - Galeria Eude. Barcelona, Spain. - Sala del Ayuntamiento. Oviedo, Spain. - Galeria Rene Metras. Barcelona, Spain.

1983 - Palacio Joan March. Barcelona, Spain. - Salo del Tinell. Barcelona, Spain. - Galeria Dau al Set. Barcelona, Spain. - Fundacion Joan Miro. Barcelona, Spain.

1978 - Galeria K. Barcelona, Spain.