Dario Mijangos



11/11/20232 min read

As we approach the month of December, art enthusiasts and admirers of creative expression can look forward to the exciting showcase of Dario Mijangos' work at Evolucionarts. This highly anticipated event promises to captivate audiences with its unique blend of artistry and innovation.

Dario Mijangos, a renowned artist known for his mastery of various mediums, has garnered international acclaim for his thought-provoking and visually stunning creations. His ability to seamlessly blend traditional techniques with contemporary elements has made him a true pioneer in the art world.

At Evolucionarts, visitors will have the opportunity to witness firsthand the depth and complexity of Mijangos' art. From intricate sculptures to mesmerizing paintings, each piece reflects the artist's unwavering commitment to pushing boundaries and challenging conventions.

One of the highlights of the exhibition is Mijangos' latest series, which explores the intricate relationship between nature and technology. Through his art, he invites viewers to reflect on the impact of human intervention on the environment and the potential for harmonious coexistence.

The exhibition will also feature a selection of Mijangos' earlier works, allowing attendees to trace the evolution of his artistic style and themes over the years. From his early experiments with abstraction to his more recent explorations of identity and cultural heritage, this retrospective offers a comprehensive look into the artist's creative journey.

Evolucionarts, a renowned gallery known for its commitment to showcasing groundbreaking contemporary art, is the perfect venue for this extraordinary exhibition. With its sleek and modern design, the gallery provides the ideal backdrop for Mijangos' visually striking creations.

Don't miss the opportunity to experience the artistry of Dario Mijangos at Evolucionarts this December 1st. Whether you're a seasoned art enthusiast or simply curious about exploring the world of contemporary art, this exhibition promises to leave a lasting impression.

Self-portrait 54. 2019.

Oil and acrylic / MDF.

120 x 70 cm