Okuda San Miguel

Spain, 1980

Okuda San Miguel’s unique iconographic language, formed by geometric structures and multicoloured patterns, together with his active participation in large-scale social projects, have made him one of the most recognised and admired artists in the world.

After the turning point in his career that was Kaos Temple – or the conversion of a church/skate-park into a contemporary art landmark at the end of 2015 – Okuda is now internationally demanded by cultural institutions and private brands, both for his large-scale public projects and for his own heterogeneous studio practice, which began in 2009.