The Exhibition "Tauromaquias" of the young artist from Seville Inma Fierro, closes the cycle of FCP Emerging Art.

The paintings of the Andalusian artist and finalist of the Call for Emerging Artists will be on display until mid May at the Painted House Foundation - Museum of Mula, Spain.

Born in Seville in 1985 and graduated in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona. After receiving several art scholarships, Inma Fierro has lived in cities like Florence and Berlin. In 2010 she finished a Master of Artistic Creation called "Realism and Environments". In 2011 she was selected for the 4th Painting Prize organized by the International University of Andalusia (UNIA). In recent years she has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Seville, Madrid, Oviedo, Gijón, Caceres, Barcelona and Lisbon.

'Tauromaquias' is one of the finalists of the 2012 Call for Emerging Artists Painted House Foundation. The sample of Inma Fierro is the last of the exhibitions that will occur as a result of this event in the Painted House.  

An event the Gabarrón Foundation, on the occasion of the celebration of its twentieth anniversary, launched to support those artists who wish to perform an original exhibition proposal within the new trends and contemporary modes of artistic expression.

The paintings of the Andalusian artist Inma Fierro bring us closer to her personal view of the Bull, the Matador and the Bull Fight through Abstract Expressionism. The brush strokes are featured in her paintings, giving the scene and dynamism characteristic symbolism of bullfighting.