Miguel Rasero

Miguel Rasero (Córdoba, 1955) came to Barcelona in the seventies, where he started as a painter and exhibited for the first time in 1975.


Since the figurative period of his beginnings, his work delves into the versatility of his visual resources. Large formats on wood, sculpture, refined marquetry pieces, drawings, collage and prints, amongst others, represent an allegory of the human being, of society and the world we live in. Rasero’s compositions refer us to mysticism and symbolism and transcend traditional approaches. The artist creates a play between the real and the imaginary, so as to encounter a balance where the most fragile and impossible shapes enhance the depth of flat pictorial space.


Miguel Rasero has had solo exhibitions in Europe and the Americas, and he regularly exhibits in Barcelona. At an international level he has had shows in Paris, New York, Brussels and at the Pedro de Osma Museum, Peru. Furthermore, his work can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art of Barcelona, the Fundació ‘la Caixa’, Barcelona, the Summer Collection, New York, and the Rothschild Bank in Zurich, Switzerland.