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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Sin título I
      May. 21, 2024

      CHEMA MADOZ - Sin título I

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Sin título I. 2007 Tintas pigmentadas sobre papel algodón Firmada Ejemplar numerado 27 de 50 + 5 H.C. Medidas 35,5 x 28 cm Edita Polígrafa, Barcelona

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Sin título II
      May. 21, 2024

      CHEMA MADOZ - Sin título II

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Sin título II. 2007 Tintas pigmentadas sobre papel algodón Firmada Ejemplar numerado 27 de 50 + 5 H.C. Medidas 28,5 x 26,5 cm Edita Polígrafa, Barcelona

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled (Shoe)
      Mar. 19, 2024

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled (Shoe)

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled (Shoe). 2005 Photogravure on paper Signed in pencil Numbered 40/75 Measurements 53 x 44 cm

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled (Shirt)
      Mar. 19, 2024

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled (Shirt)

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled (Shirt). 2005 Photogravure on paper Signed in pencil Numbered 40/75 Measurements 53 x 44 cm

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled (Pipa)
      Mar. 19, 2024

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled (Pipa)

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled (Pipa). 2005 Photogravure on paper Signed in pencil Numbered 40/75 Measurements 53 x 44 cm

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled III
      Mar. 19, 2024

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled III

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled III. 2007 Pigmented inks on cotton paper Signed Copy numbered 27 of 50 + 5 HC Measurements 34.5 x 26.5 cm Edita Polígrafa, Barcelona

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand.
      Nov. 06, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand.

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand. Measurements: 53 x 43 cm. The visual paradox is the fertile terrain in which Chema Madoz operates. The way of interpreting art through photography and his poetic vision make Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognizable creators of the contemporary art scene. Accentuating the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surreal search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths. Playing in everyday life, generating associations, metamorphosis, in a playful background it generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or logic of the dreamlike", to refer to the compositions of objects that star in his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas–. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as common as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first individual exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally he has exhibited in institutions such as the Center Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museum of Fine Arts in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand.
      Nov. 06, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand.

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand. Measurements: 53 x 43 cm. The visual paradox is the fertile terrain in which Chema Madoz operates. The way of interpreting art through photography and his poetic vision make Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognizable creators of the contemporary art scene. Accentuating the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surreal search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths. Playing in everyday life, generating associations, metamorphosis, in a playful background it generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or logic of the dreamlike", to refer to the compositions of objects that star in his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas–. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as common as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first individual exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally he has exhibited in institutions such as the Center Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museum of Fine Arts in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand.
      Nov. 06, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand.

      Est: €800 - €1,000

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) No title. Photogravure, copy 53/75. Signed and justified by hand. Measurements: 53 x 43 cm. The visual paradox is the fertile terrain in which Chema Madoz operates. The way of interpreting art through photography and his poetic vision make Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognizable creators of the contemporary art scene. Accentuating the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surreal search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths. Playing in everyday life, generating associations, metamorphosis, in a playful background it generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or logic of the dreamlike", to refer to the compositions of objects that star in his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas–. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as common as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first individual exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally he has exhibited in institutions such as the Center Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museum of Fine Arts in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled
      Oct. 24, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled Print on watercolor paper Signed Numbered 19/50 Measures 39 x 29 cm

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled
      Sep. 19, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled. 1994 Gelatin silver Back signed and dated 1994 Copy numbered 9 of 15 Measurements 33.7 x 47 cm PROVENANCE Moriarty Gallery, Madrid Private collection BIBLIOGRAPHY Chema Madoz, "Chema Madoz: Ars Combinatoria", Ed. Fundació Catalunya-La Pedrera-La Fábrica, Madrid 2013, cat. exp. p. 66-67 Chema Madoz, "Chema Madoz; Objects 1990-1999", Ed. MNCARS, Madrid 1999, cat. exp. p. 101

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled
      Sep. 19, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled Gelatin silver Back signed in pencil Measurements 24 x 36 cm PROVENANCE Acquired from the artist by the current owner.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatin. Work reproduced on the artist's website.
      May. 16, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatin. Work reproduced on the artist's website.

      Est: €5,000 - €6,000

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatine. Work reproduced on the artist's website. Size: 34 x 47 cm; 52 x 62 cm (frame). The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Chema Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths, there is always an undercurrent of play. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled
      Mar. 28, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled Silver gelatin on watercolor paper Copy 23 of 50 Size 30 x 20 cm (approx.)

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled, 2000. Positive bromide tack. Exemplary 3/15. It has a label from the Moriarty Gallery (Madrid) on the back. Signed, dated and justified on the back
      Feb. 27, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled, 2000. Positive bromide tack. Exemplary 3/15. It has a label from the Moriarty Gallery (Madrid) on the back. Signed, dated and justified on the back

      Est: €1,400 - €1,800

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled, 2000. Positive bromide virado. Copy 3/15. With label of the Galería Moriarty (Madrid) on the back. Signed, dated and justified on the back. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 70s between London and Madrid. Measurements: 60 x 50 cm; 81 x 71,5 cm (frame): Naturgy's Spanish Contemporary Art collection owns the first copy of this same photograph. Visual paradox is the fertile ground in which Chema Madoz moves. The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background, he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Prize and the PHotoEspaña Prize in 2000, and the Culture Prize of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled (Stones Tree), 2000. Positive bromide tack. Exemplary 3/15. Presents a label on the back of the Moriarty Gallery (Madrid). Signed, dated and justified on the back.
      Feb. 27, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled (Stones Tree), 2000. Positive bromide tack. Exemplary 3/15. Presents a label on the back of the Moriarty Gallery (Madrid). Signed, dated and justified on the back.

      Est: €1,400 - €1,800

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled (Árbol Piedras), 2000. Positive bromide virado. Copy 3/15. With label on the back of the Galería Moriarty (Madrid). Signed, dated and justified on the back. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 70s between London and Madrid. Size: 60 x 50 cm; 81 x 71 cm (frame). The Telefónica Foundation dedicated an exhibition to the artist, called Telos. It brought together a selection of works from 2000 to 2004, dedicated to nature. This "Tree Stones" belonged to the aforementioned group of which the artist commented: "I have chosen a series of images with common interests: their axis is nature and for this reason they are more distant from other series of objects from everyday life. I also make use of matter that comes from nature itself and lacks that objectual character, be it grass, water or sand, in an attempt to access the idea of landscape in other images". The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Chema Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths, there is always an undercurrent of play. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Prize and the PHotoEspaña Prize in 2000, and the Culture Prize of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled, 2000. Positive bromide tack. Exemplary 3/15. It presents the Moriarty Gallery (Madrid) label on the back. Signed, dated and justified on the back.
      Feb. 27, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled, 2000. Positive bromide tack. Exemplary 3/15. It presents the Moriarty Gallery (Madrid) label on the back. Signed, dated and justified on the back.

      Est: €1,400 - €1,800

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled, 2000. Positive bromide virado. Copy 3/15. With the label of the Galería Moriarty (Madrid) on the back. Signed, dated and justified on the back. Provenance: private collection conceived since the 70s between London and Madrid. Measurements: 60 x 50 cm; 81 x 71,5 cm (frame). The Patio Herreriano Museum in Valladolid has the first copy of this series. In its cataloguing the museum states "In 1995 Madoz took a photograph of a real cactus planted in a sewing thimble. The association of the spiky plant with the thimble triggered in the observer the hypothetical effect of a finger entering the thimble. In this photograph the cactus has become stone. Madoz has replaced the fleshiness of the plant with the inert hardness of the boulders. He composes his objects, but never disguises the nature of each one. That thimble was perfectly legible as a thimble; in this photograph the pot and the stones are also fully identifiable. This play with the recognisable makes the effect of surprise provoked by the union of disparate and even antithetical elements even more intense, because it places us before concrete and familiar fragments of reality. The artist proposes a certain distancing from the motif captured, which generally appears with a carefully prepared mise-en-scène. This scenographic distancing is not objective, because it seeks to provoke subjective reactions from the gaze that the photographer and the camera have decided to fix on paper". Visual paradox is the fertile ground in which Chema Madoz moves. The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background, he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Prize and the PHotoEspaña Prize in 2000, and the Culture Prize of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. It has a label on the back from the Moriarty gallery in Madrid.
      Feb. 08, 2023

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. It has a label on the back from the Moriarty gallery in Madrid.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,500

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. Presents label on the back of the Madrid gallery Moriarty. Size: 12 x 6 cm; 32 x 26 cm (frame). The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Chema Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths, there is always an undercurrent of play. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • Chena Madoz. Untitled
      Dec. 28, 2022

      Chena Madoz. Untitled

      Est: -

      Photographic reproduction from a work by Chema Madoz. Copy not numbered or signed.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatin. Work reproduced on the artist's website.
      Nov. 30, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatin. Work reproduced on the artist's website.

      Est: €5,000 - €6,000

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatine. Work reproduced on the artist's website. Size: 34 x 47 cm; 52 x 62 cm (frame). The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Chema Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths, there is always an undercurrent of play. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. It has a label on the back from the Moriarty gallery in Madrid.
      Oct. 27, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. It has a label on the back from the Moriarty gallery in Madrid.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,500

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. Presents label on the back of the Madrid gallery Moriarty. Size: 12 x 6 cm; 32 x 26 cm (frame). The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Chema Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths, there is always an undercurrent of play. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled. 1998 Silver gelatin Measures 20 x 15 cm <
      Oct. 25, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled. 1998 Silver gelatin Measures 20 x 15 cm <

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled. 1998 Silver gelatin Measures 20 x 15 cm PROVENANCE (label on the back) Antonio de Barnola Gallery, Barcelona Private collection

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    • Chema Madoz Untitled (Cherries on a Scale)
      Oct. 22, 2022

      Chema Madoz Untitled (Cherries on a Scale)

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Chema Madoz (Spanish, b. 1958) Untitled (Cherries on a Scale) Gelatin silver print Signed in pencil, verso Dated and titled in pencil, verso. The Cultural Exchange tag, verso. Image measures 7.875 x 6 (in).

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    • Chema Madoz S/T (airplane)
      Oct. 22, 2022

      Chema Madoz S/T (airplane)

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Chema Madoz (Spanish, b. 1958) S/T (airplane), 1999 Gelatin silver print Signed in pencil, verso Dated and titled in pencil, verso.

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    • Chema Madoz S/T (leaf/hanger)
      Oct. 22, 2022

      Chema Madoz S/T (leaf/hanger)

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Chema Madoz (Spanish, b. 1958) S/T (leaf/hanger), 1999 Gelatin silver print Signed in pencil, verso Dated and titled in pencil, verso.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ - Madrid 1958
      Sep. 20, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ - Madrid 1958

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 No title Print on watercolor paper signed Numbered 19/50 Measures 39 x 29 cm

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    • Chema Madoz (1958) Sans titre (verre renversé et ficelle), 1987, tirage arg
      Sep. 19, 2022

      Chema Madoz (1958) Sans titre (verre renversé et ficelle), 1987, tirage arg

      Est: CHF800 - CHF1,200

      Chema Madoz (1958) Sans titre (verre renversé et ficelle), 1987, tirage argentique, 57x45 cm

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatin. Work reproduced on the artist's website.
      Sep. 08, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatin. Work reproduced on the artist's website.

      Est: €5,500 - €6,000

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Library". Photograph in silver gelatine. Work reproduced on the artist's website. Size: 34 x 47 cm; 52 x 62 cm (frame). The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Chema Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths, there is always an undercurrent of play. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. It has a label on the back from the Moriarty gallery in Madrid.
      Jul. 12, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. It has a label on the back from the Moriarty gallery in Madrid.

      Est: €3,000 - €3,500

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) Untitled. 1996. Photograph. Positive bromide virado, copy 1/15. Presents label on the back of the Madrid gallery Moriarty. Size: 12 x 6 cm; 32 x 26 cm (frame). The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Chema Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths, there is always an undercurrent of play. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

      Setdart Auction House
    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Untitled. 1992. Black and white photography. It has a label from the Madrid gallery Moriarty, on the back.
      Jun. 08, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Untitled. 1992. Black and white photography. It has a label from the Madrid gallery Moriarty, on the back.

      Est: €4,000 - €5,000

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Untitled. 1992. Black and white photography. It has a label from the Madrid gallery Moriarty, on the back. Size: 33 x 33 cm; 62 x 52 cm (frame). Visual paradox is the fertile ground in which Chema Madoz moves. His way of interpreting art through photography and his poetic vision make Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background, he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

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    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Untitled. 1999. Black and white photography. Copy 5/15. Signed, dated and justified by hand on the back.
      Jun. 08, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Untitled. 1999. Black and white photography. Copy 5/15. Signed, dated and justified by hand on the back.

      Est: €4,000 - €5,000

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Untitled. 1999. Black and white photography. Copy: 5/15. Signed, dated and justified by hand on the back. Size: 30 x 40 cm. Visual paradox is the fertile ground in which Chema Madoz moves. His way of interpreting art through photography and his poetic vision make Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths. Playing with the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background, he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or the logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Award and the PHotoEspaña Award in 2000, and the Culture Award of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

      Setdart Auction House
    • CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Yo". Photograph, copy 2/15. With Joan Prats Gallery stamp on the back. Provenance: Important Spanish Collection.
      May. 24, 2022

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "Yo". Photograph, copy 2/15. With Joan Prats Gallery stamp on the back. Provenance: Important Spanish Collection.

      Est: €5,000 - €5,500

      CHEMA MADOZ (Madrid, 1958) "I". Photograph, copy 2/15. With Joan Prats Gallery stamp on the back. Provenance: Important Spanish Collection. Measurements: 57 x 47 cm. The way he interprets art through photography and his poetic vision make Chema Madoz one of the most interesting, influential and recognisable creators on the contemporary art scene. Emphasising the irony that underlies the objects and the hidden relationships between them. In a surrealistic search for new meanings, through which to let the imagination wander towards new paths, there is always an undercurrent of play. Playing in the everyday, generating associations, metamorphoses, in a playful background he generates a singular strangeness. His artistic work has been described as "analytical photography or visual trope" and his visual style as "surreal rationality or logic of the oneiric", to refer to the compositions of objects that are the protagonists of his works - in the words of the philosopher and art historian Luis Arenas. Madoz manipulates, invents and photographs objects. Defined as a visual poet, the associations he develops from objects as commonplace as a key, a stone or a ladder lead to a torrent of creativity. In 1999 the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía presented the exhibition Madoz. Objects 1990-1999, the first solo exhibition that the museum dedicated to a living Spanish photographer. Internationally, he has exhibited at institutions such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, the Fondazione M. Marangoni in Florence, the Museo de Bellas Artes in Caracas and the Multimedia Art Museum in Moscow. He has received the National Photography Prize and the PHotoEspaña Prize in 2000, and the Culture Prize of the Community of Madrid in the category of Photography in 2012, among others.

      Setdart Auction House
    • Chema Madoz. Clausure
      Jan. 26, 2022

      Chema Madoz. Clausure

      Est: -

      Black and white photography. Signed, titled and dated (1991) on the back. With artist's label.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled.
      Dec. 14, 2021

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled.

      Est: €2,000 - €4,000

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitled. 2011 Gelatin silver Back signed and dated 2011 Copy 4 of 25 size 18 x 14 cm.

      Subastas Segre
    • Chema Madoz. Cautela (1990)
      May. 26, 2021

      Chema Madoz. Cautela (1990)

      Est: -

      Fotografía en blanco y negro. Firmada, titulada y fechada (1990). Con etiqueta del artista.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • CHEMA MADOZ (1958 / .) "Hourglass. Edition 3/15" 2009
      Apr. 09, 2021

      CHEMA MADOZ (1958 / .) "Hourglass. Edition 3/15" 2009

      Est: €7,500 - €10,000

      Black and white photograph on silver gelatin silver etched with sulfide Numbered, Edition 3/15.

      Ansorena
    • CHEMA MADOZ "Untitle" 1982
      Sep. 29, 2020

      CHEMA MADOZ "Untitle" 1982

      Est: €75 - €100

      Engraving. Signed, dated and justified in pencil P / A II at the bottom

      Ansorena
    • CHEMA MADOZ "Untitled", 1992. Engraving.
      May. 21, 2020

      CHEMA MADOZ "Untitled", 1992. Engraving.

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ 1958 / . "Sin título", 1992 "Sin título", 1992 CHEMA MADOZ1958 / . Grabado Grabado 40 x 50 cm

      Ansorena
    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled
      Dec. 17, 2019

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitled

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitle. 2007 Silver jelly On the back signed and dated 2007 Numbered 3/15 Size 60 x 50 cm PROVENIENCE (stamp on the back) -Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona -Private collection

      Subastas Segre
    • MUJER CON VASO (1985)
      Dec. 06, 2019

      MUJER CON VASO (1985)

      Est: €250 - €500

      CHEMA MADOZ 1958 Madrid MUJER CON VASO (1985) Silbergelatineabzug. SM 22,5 x 17,5 cm (R. 53 x 43 cm). Rückseitig handsigniert, ortsbezeichnet sowie datiert 'Chema Madoz. Madrid. 1985'. Im Passepartout und hinter Glas gerahmt.

      Hargesheimer Kunstauktionen Düsseldorf
    • CHEMA MADOZ - Untitle
      Jul. 02, 2019

      CHEMA MADOZ - Untitle

      Est: -

      CHEMA MADOZ Madrid 1958 Untitle. 1998 Silver gelatine Measurements 20 x 15 cm ORIGIN (tag on the reverse) -Antonio de Barnola Gallery, Barcelona -Particular collection

      Subastas Segre
    • Chema Madoz Madrid 1958 Untitled Photograph Signed, numbered 1/200 and dedicated 24,5x32,5 cm
      Jun. 06, 2018

      Chema Madoz Madrid 1958 Untitled Photograph Signed, numbered 1/200 and dedicated 24,5x32,5 cm

      Est: €1,300 - €1,600

      Chema Madoz Madrid 1958 Untitled Photograph Signed, numbered 1/200 and dedicated 24,5x32,5 cm

      Balclis
    • Chema Madoz
      Oct. 26, 2017

      Chema Madoz

      Est: -

      Chema Madoz S/t Bromuro virado al sulfuro 1997 50 x 60 cm

      Casa de Subastas Odalys
    • Chema Madoz, Untitled, 3 Heliogravures, Spain, 2005
      Jan. 11, 2016

      Chema Madoz, Untitled, 3 Heliogravures, Spain, 2005

      Est: €1,000 - €1,300

      3 heliogravures on wove paper Spain, 2005 José Maria Rodriguez Madoz, called Chema Madoz (born 1958) - Spanish photographer who is known for his surrealist black and white photographs Each sheet signed in pencil and numbered ‘Chema Madoz 34/75’ Edited by Ayn Plate dimensions: 31.3 x 23.3 cm; sheet dimensions: 53 x 44 cm Mounted under glass in natural wooden frames: 58 x 48.5 cm Very good condition Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 2,000 Euro Condition: The works and the frames are in very good condition without any visible traces of usage. The papers are minimally wavy. The plate dimensions are 31.3 x 23.3 cm, while the sheet dimensions are 53 x 44 cm. The frames measure58 x 48.5 cm. Chema Madoz (born 1958) From 1980 to 1983, Chema Madoz studied art history at the Complutense University in Madrid and attended photography courses at the Centro de Enseñanza de la Imagen. His black and white photographs, captured in a natural light, usually show everyday objects in new contexts and appear surreal. In the beginning, he used small and medium format cameras for his photographs; since the 1990s, Madoz has been working with a Hasselblad camera. In 2000, he was awarded the National Photography Award by the Spanish Ministry of Culture. Works of Madoz are in the collections of the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, amongst others. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance. Auctionata charges the resale rights tax pursuant to Section 26 of the German Copyright Act (UrhG) towards the buyer in case of the sale of an original work of art or photography prior to 70 years having lapsed since the death of their creator. Therefore, Auctionata charges when purchasing a good – if a protection as an original work of art or photography is given – starting from a hammer price of EUR 400 an additional amount, which is calculated according to Section 26 (2) German Copyright Act (UrhG) and which does not exceed the amount of EUR 12,500. You can find more information about resale rights tax in Auctionata´s table of fees and T&C.

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    • MADOZ, CHEMA MADRID/1958 "Como alas que se abren
      May. 29, 2013

      MADOZ, CHEMA MADRID/1958 "Como alas que se abren

      Est: - €750

      MADOZ, CHEMA MADRID/1958 "Como alas que se abren al viento, el espíritu se engrandece al recibir el soplo de lo diferente. Y vuela". Fotografía. 24 x 17,50. Firmada en el ángulo inferior derecho. Numerada 277/300.

      Duran Arte y Subastas
    • Chema Madoz (n.1958) Sem Título, 1985
      Jul. 17, 2012

      Chema Madoz (n.1958) Sem Título, 1985

      Est: €1,400 - €1,800

      Chema Madoz (n.1958) Sem Título, 1985

      Veritas Art Auctioneers
    • Chema MADOZ Lame de rasoir - 1991
      Jun. 29, 2010

      Chema MADOZ Lame de rasoir - 1991

      Est: €200 - €400

      Chema MADOZ Lame de rasoir - 1991 Photographie signé au dos et daté 91, n°4/15 A PHOTOGRAPH signed on the reverse and dated 91, n°4/15 46,50 x 37,50 cm (18,14 x 14,63 in.) h: 46,50 w: 37,50 cm

      Artcurial
    • CHEMA MADOZ
      Apr. 16, 2010

      CHEMA MADOZ

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Untitled Signed, dated and numbered in pencil on the verso. One from an edition of 15.

      Phillips
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