Gold Mesh wall sculpture

1mv Babela, canvas, 9.5" x 11.5" x 9.5", 2022, $3,200

Mercedes Vicente canvas sculpture,

2mv Coralima, Mercedes Vicente, canvas, 13.5" x 23.5" x 12", 2022, $6,400

cancas sculpture

3mv Carinaria, Mercedes Vicente, canvas, 10" x 13.75" x 6" , 2022, Sold

Exhibition venues: 

Galería María Balteira, Santiago de Compostela , Vigo (one-person exhibition); Sala Ensalle, Vigo ((one-person exhibition); Galería eme-c., Santiago de Compostela, Spain (one-person exhibition); Casa da Torre. Redondela, Spain; XI Certame de pintura comarca do, Sar Convento do Carme, Padrón, Spain; Liceo de Noia, Spain; Libro Objeto Verbum, Vigo; Colección AN. A Coruña, Spain; Museo de Lugo, Spain; Concello de Cambre, A Coruña, Spain; Pazo da Cultura de Pontevedra, Spain; Cosme and Son, A Coruña, Spain; Art RRM, Ibiza, Spain; Design Museum, London, UK; Le Grand Palais. Paris, France; International Building and Construction Fair, Shanghai, China; Embajada de España, Paris, France; Hausdosan, Seoul, Korea; Matadero, Madrid; Galería Espacio Intermedio, Madrid, Spain; 1ª Iberoamericana de Toro. Zamora, Spain; El Invernadero, Madrid, Spain. Recipient: Finalist: Loewe Craft Prize, London, UK; Awardee: HOMO FABER, Best of Europe. Venice, Italy; Residency: Rong Design Library, Hangzhou, China; FInalist: Contextile Biennial, Guimaraes, Portugal..


Mecedes Vicente is an artist based in Galicia, Spain, specializing in craft art. A regular participant in exhibitions around the world, she is currently working with wood and textile projects, including sculptures made of canvas strips. Initially, her art was pictorial, but it evolved into sculpture, with canvas as her primary medium. “When I started using this technique," she says, "I realized that people were amazed by such a manual process. Then I started to think that what I was doing was within the realms of craftsmanship, art and design.” She loves the elastic, organic, flexible and translucent properties of the fabric with which she works.

Publications featuring this artist

Catalog #50
Allies for Art:
Work from NATO-related countries
from the Anne and Jacques Baruch Collection
available Oct 8th