Media Kit - Jorge Galindo: Postcard Paintings

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Jorge Galindo - Postcard Paintings


Short Bio

Jorge Galindo - Short Bio


Exhibitions & Collections

Jorge Galindo - Selected Exhibitions

Jorge Galindo - Group Exhibitions

Jorge Galindo - Museum & Foundation Collections



Jorge Galindo: Braojos

Jorge Galindo: Confesiones De Una Musica Pintada

Jorge Galindo: Dis Paris

Jorge Galindo: Gran Bouquet - Detail

Jorge Galindo: Gran Bouquet - Entire Work

Jorge Galindo: Las Fatales Adolescentes

Jorge Galindo: Souvenir (Murnau I)

Jorge Galindo: Souvenir (Murnau II)

Jorge Galindo: Souvenir (Postcard Painting)

Jorge Galindo: Ventana Al Cielo

Jorge Galindo: Artist in front of Gran Bouquet

Jorge Galindo: Artist in front of Gran Bouquet version 2

Jorge Galindo: Artist in front of Gran Bouquet version 3

Jorge Galindo: Artist in front of Gran Bouquet version 4

Jorge Galindo: Postcard Paintings - Exhibition Poster

Postcard Paintings - Installation Shot 1

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Jorge Galindo: In the Studio

Julian Schnabel about Jorge Galindo: the best Painter in Spain

Jorge Galindo: Postcard Paintings Exhibition Walkthrough






April 19 — May 16, 2021


Murnau am Staffelsee



PULPO GALLERY is pleased to open its new location with a solo show by Spanish artist Jorge Galindo. Postcard Paintings will be on view through May 16, 2021.


The exhibition presents new paintings completed in 2020 and 2021 including two works specifically catering to the new Murnau location. Initially conceived as a floral springtime show, these works now unfold all their power in light of the ongoing pandemic.


Jorge Galindo’s Postcard Paintings are of monumental scale. To call them floral still lifes doesn’t do them justice. The combination of silk-screened canvases and dynamic brushstrokes builds a bridge between romantic longing and contemporary painting.


"I like to use postcards as sketches because I am very interested in the old floral imagery which consists of unreal compositions and colours.", says Galindo.


His fascination with postcards, when viewed against the backdrop of social distancing and isolation, brought about by the COVID pandemic, shines a special light on his work. What’s the meaning of postcards in a time where photos and messages are conveyed via social media, oftentimes before the sender even grasps their meaning? Doesn’t a postcard, handwritten and carefully selected, carry new significance, in a time where special occasions cannot be celebrated in the company of others? What do postcards mean when the journeys from which they greet do not take place?


Galindo’s three decade long practice shows a broad body of work. His Œuvre includes painting, collage, photomontage and gestural abstraction. His training at the Talleres de Arte Actual – part of the non-profit cultural institution Círculo de Bellas Artes of Madrid – proofed a lasting influence. It was here that he first met Julian Schnabel in the 1990s who to this day is a huge admirer of his work. Galindo was born in 1965 in Madrid and works and lives in the province of Toledo, Spain.



Jorge Galindo was born on November 9, 1965 in Madrid, Spain. Trained in the workshops of the Círculo de Bellas Artes (Madrid), his artistic Œuvre spans more than three decades. Describing his own work as “dirty pop”, his paintings are gestural and expressionistic, often use elements of collage and are frequently painted so energetically that they border on abstraction. Most of his canvases are of monumental scale and his work has been exhibited globally including at Hall Art Foundation (Schloss Derneburg), Hamburger Bahnhof, Hirshhorn Museum, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía and the Hammer Museum of Art.



Katherina Zeifang
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