Lita Cabellut
Sariñena, Huesca, 1961.

Cabellut defends the universal nature of art, through which she describes the reality of human nature. Visibly influenced by artists such as Goya or Francis Bacon (painter), her creative universe clings to the commitment and concern for mankind, which she takes as an object and introduces into her work using a technique in which the importance lies in capturing the liveliness of the skin, the outermost organ that gives away the passing of time and experiences, which strips crudeness, strength, character and anxiety from the most emotional moments of its existence.

She lives and works in The Netherlands, where she develops her own style characterised by large portraits in a special technique. Her distinctive work has placed Lita among the top 500 most sought-after contemporary artists on the planet

  • Manifesta Maastricht Maastricht, Manifesta Maastricht (The Netherlands) 2010
  • Retrospective Winterswijk, Tricot Winterswijk (The Netherlands) 2012
  • Trilogy of the Doubt Barcelona, Fundacion Vilacasas (Spain) 2013
  • Trilogy of the Doubt Den Bosch, Het NoordBrabants Museum (The Netherlands) 2013
  • Here To Stay Berlin, Kunststation Kleinsassen (Germany) 2014
  • Black Tulip Tokyo, State Visit Okura Hotel (Japan) 2014
  • 100 Masterpieces Seoul, Seoul Art Centre (South Korea) 2014
  • Permanent collection Trilogy of Truth Barcelona, European Museum of Modern Art MEAM (Spain) 2015
  • The Figure in Process; de Kooning to Kapoor, 1955-2015 Seattle, Pivot Art + Culture (USA) 2015
  • Permanent collection Trilogy of Doubt 15 Catania, Museo Arte Contemporanea Sicilia (Italy) 2015
  • Black Tulip; the Golden Age New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademie (India) 2015
  • Black Tulip; the Golden Age Mumbai, CSMVS Mumbai (India) 2015
  • August Blind Mirror Hudiksvall, Hälsingland Museum (Sweden) 2015
  • Solo Exhibition La Coruña, Mac (Spain) 2017
  • Retrospective Barcelona, Espai Volart I & II & III (Spain) 2017
  • Een kroniek van het Oneindige, Jan van der Togt Museum, Amstelveen 2018
  • Charlie Chaplin. A Vision, YUZ Museum, Shanghai, China 2018
  • Poetry Never Gives Up, Centro Cultural Cascais, Cascais, Portugal 2018
  • Mujeres artistas Hoy, Museo Europeo d’Art Modern, Barcelona, España 2018
  • “La Victoria del Silencio” Museo Goya IberCaja, Zaragoza, (Spain) 2019
  • “Naakt of Bloot”, Museum Jan Cunen, Oss, The Neherlands 2019
  • Bienal, Schloss Oraniembaum, Germany. 2020