Juan Uslé (Santander, Spain, 1954) is one of the most outstanding protagonists of a generation of painters who since the late eighties have attracted much of the international critical attention. His work is recognized as one of the most evocative of his generation, with a very personal style linked to abstraction.
From the solitude of his studio, Juan Uslé manages to transmit to us his thoughts, memories and lived landscapes. His painting, pure meditation, starts from an absolutely theoretical approach in a constant search for the existential: water, light, silence, the infinite.
His work is shown in museums and public collections such as the Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris, France), MNCARS Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía (Madrid, Spain), Musée d’Art Moderne (Luxembourg, Luxembourg), Moderna Museet (Stockholm, Sweden), Museum Boijmans van Beuningen (Rotterdam, Netherlands), Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst (Munich, Germany) or Tate Modern (London, United Kingdom), among others.