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Natalia González Martín’s work is preoccupied with the symbolic aspect of objects and their veneration, explored through mythology, fables and stories, popular culture and subtle imprints of her own personal experience. Her latest work takes direct inspiration from her own iconodule Catholic upbringing which was saturated with images, icons and representations. Using the poetry of this symbolism, she recreates ancient narratives through a contemporary lens by creating a mosaic of sublime and mythological scenes. Fusing the ecstatic with the mundane, and the divine with the secular, her otherworldly yet identifiably human figures gesture towards other ways of desiring or being in the world.

Natalia González Martín (b. 1995, Montejo de la Sierra, Madrid) graduated with a BA in Fine Art from City & Guilds of London Art School in 2017. Recent solo exhibitions include Lady into Fox, Galerie Sébastien Bertrand, Geneva, CH (2023); Fever of Happiness, Palazzo Monti, Brescia, IT (2023); A change (would do you good), Hannah Barry Gallery, London, UK (2022); Las Soledades, Steve Turner, Los Angeles, US (2022); and Ancients at Saint Catherine’s Church, London UK (2017).
Selected group exhibitions include: Beyond the Veil, Guts Gallery, London, UK (2023); Night Light, Cob Gallery, London, UK (2023); Fever Dream, curated by Daria Borisova, Vortic, online (2022); New Mythologies: II, Huxley-Parlour Gallery, London, UK (2022); Pound the Pavement, curated by Hector Campbell, Galería Pelaires, Palma De Mallorca, ES (2022); Portraiture: An Ongoing Story, Galerie Sébastien Bertrand, Geneva, CH (2022); I Am Unsure As To If It Is Still Alive, Quench Gallery, Margate, UK (2021).
Martín is curator of various exhibtions, her most recent being Illuminations, Steve Turner, Los Angeles, US (2023) and founder of Subsidiary Projects, a nomadic curatorial platform established in 2017.

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