Susana Solano

  • Mueble 2, 2014, satin stainless steel, 98,5 x 180 x 55 cm.

    Mueble 2, 2014, satin stainless steel, 98,5 x 180 x 55 cm.

  • Mueble 1, 2014, satin stainless steel, 85,5 x 180,5 x 55 cm.

    Mueble 1, 2014, satin stainless steel, 85,5 x 180,5 x 55 cm.

  • Join sight from Mueble 1 and Mueble 2

    Join sight from Mueble 1 and Mueble 2


Furniture holds our objects, it hoards them. As the phrase “to be part of the furniture” suggests, it is associated with being an immobile part of the house, or of the building. Furniture resides in the same home, it sets down roots in inner spaces. It becomes a permanent inhabitant, a witness to the silence of our absence, a guardian watching our intimacy, and our day to day lives when we are present.  Furniture is truly intimate, it knows our secrets, perhaps watches over them, but it also proclaims the social status of its owners, explains our tastes, and vaguely defines the many ways in which we inhabit the world. It has now been a long time since furniture represented families and their lineage, as it did in the past when it was included in bequests between generations, kept and restored. Furniture moved along with its owners and left a trace of its absence in the houses that were left behind. Over time, it has been left to simply fulfil its purpose, and by obeying, it has lost its features and adornments. However, it has survived the spirit of logic that reduced it to a shadow of its former self, to a skeletal body. It has entered into the low-cost universe. It has become an ephemeral companion during different stages of life, something recyclable or an absurd imitator of earlier periods, or of other cultures, depending on the users that it always follows. The history of furniture is a minor story that takes the pulse of major events. In homes, pieces of furniture represent miniature city monuments, they are memorials and museums, parks and plazas for rest, pools that are like mirrors used to contemplate spaces, warehouses, and stopover stations between lodgings.
Susano Solano has made this collection of furniture with an awareness of all of the ancestral meaning, while also disowning it. The new collections contains some of the prior history. This furniture recalls the weight and solemnity of its heritage while adapting to a futurist build. The creator of the new objects has called them footprints, due to the way they leave a trail of memories, as well as the shapes that she has cut out on the pieces. This is a game that is related to her entire career as an artist: a game of meanings that causes unconscious memories and thoughts to emerge, even for the artist herself. She has played with the tame and pacific functionality of these residents of space, creating holes in them that invite people to imagine the most remote uses, or which refer to the impossibility of discovering any type of use. She has said that she literally went about taking portions of a space, and hi-jacking a space that could be useless or useful depending on whether someone would decide to risk imagining the possibilities, that are neither obvious nor apparent. She had added the light-hearted element of wheels that look like they could be used to move the furniture and to a different place. However, the overall bulkiness owing to the steel used to build the furniture, means that it will move very little. The pieces have normal measurements, meaning that their shapes are within reach, however they force us into the puzzlement of confronting ourselves with how they use space. In the creator’s own words: she has dissociated them from a specific action. The artist who created them still has the expectation that they will be used and imagines them as architecture that is available and empty, waiting for someone to offer a corresponding action that she has left unclear. This reflection about emptiness and hollows, about weeds that grow among stones in a wall as they seek to house their edifice, is a part of the game that the artist has begun but does not finish. 
In in the purely sculptural work of Susana Solano, in the objects created by her that ask to be looked at, it is very rarely possible to imagine the corresponding meaning. Getting back to the idea of furniture, its long history and tradition, we may think that only by crossing that boarder between a work of art and an object with possible uses, have we obtained a new being. Namely, a way of being that is closer to daily existence, to days throughout which life is transformed, and is more deeply-rooted in the sphere of intimacy. A strange being that completes a work and dialogues with the pure objects of its long and intense career of artistic creation.
Text from Marta Llorente

Barcelona, 1946

Individual exhibitions

‘Anònims’. Galería Maior. Pollença, Mallorca (España)

“El mundo de las cosas”. CNIO Arte 2022. Madrid
“Fragmentos y vínculos”. Monasterio de Santa María de Bujedo. Burgos
"Conversió". Coster Art i Natura. Pollença. Mallorca
"Fragmentos y vínculos". Galería Rafael Pérez Hernando. Madrid
"Cosas pequeñas y grandes". Artur Ramon Art. Barcelona

Galerie Bernard Bouche. París

"Acta". IVAM Institut Valencià d´Art Modern. València
"Acta (dos)". Museo Patio Herreriano. Valladolid

Galería Maior. Palma, Mallorca (España)
Mestres. La Cadena del FAD 2018. Barcelona

Galería Rafael Pérez Hernando. Madrid (España)

“Footprints” muebles. Galeria Maior, Pollença, Mallorca (España)
"Footprints: 2 mobles i 3 catifes". Showroom Didi atelier. Barcelona (España)

"Where´er you walk" instalación en Great Meadows. Crestwood. KY (USA)
"Vol rasant". Fundació Suñol. Barcelona (Spain)
"Signatures nº 1" .Celler Mas Blanch i Jové. La Pobla de Cérvoles, Lleida (Spain)
"Lighter than air". Beta Pictoris Gallery. Birmingham (USA)


"Cantata" Tribute to philosopher Eugenio Trías. Pompeu Fabra University. Barcelona (Spain) "A meitat de camí - Halfway there". Jack Shainman Gallery 20th Street. New York (USA) 

"Trazos colgados" (Hanging lines). Casa de La Moneda Museum. Madrid (Spain)

"Artefactos" (Artefacts). Distrito 4 Gallery. Madrid (Spain) "Carmen".  Irish Museum of Modern Art. Dublin (Ireland)

“Lugares” (Places). Photographs. Estiarte Gallery. Madrid (Spain) 
Maior Gallery. Palma de Mallorca. Mallorca (Spain) "Photografhies". Bernard Bouche Gallery. Paris (France)

Bernard Bouche Gallery. Paris (France)

SCQ Gallery. Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
“Proyectos” (Projects). ICO Foundation. Madrid (Spain)
“Un hecho insignificante” (An insignificant fact). Helga de Alvear Gallery. Madrid (Spain)

Giorgio Persano Gallery. Torino (Italy)
David McKee Gallery. New York (USA)

Maior Gallery. Palma de Mallorca. Mallorca (Spain)
“Cobalto” (Cobalt). New courthouse. Ciudad Real (Spain)

MEIAC. Extremeño and Iberoamerican Museum of Contemporaneous art. Helga de Alvear Collection. Badajoz (Spain)
Helga de Alvear Gallery. Madrid (Spain)
“Edehde I y Edehde II”. LOOP ́O4. Maior Gallery (Pollença). Barceló Hotel Sants. Barcelona (Spain)

Santo Domingo de Silos Abbey. Reina Sofía Art Centre. Santo Domingo de Silos. Burgos (Spain)
VGO Gallery. Vigo (Spain)
Senda y Espai 292 Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)
“La Linterna I” (The Lantern I). Montehermoso. Vitoria-Gasteiz Town Hall (Spain)

Porta 33 Gallery. Madeira (Portugal)
“Oro” (Gold). Maior Gallery. Pollença. Mallorca (Spain)

Provincial Counsel of Granada. Palacio Condes de Gabia. Granada (Spain)
“Encens i Mirra” (Incense and Myrrh). NMAC Montenmedio Contemporaneous Art. Vejer de la Frontera- Barbate. Cádiz (Spain)
Palacio de Dar-al Horra. Granada (Spain)
Sintra Modern Art Museum. Sintra (Portugal)

Giorgio Persano Gallery. Turin (Italy)
 Gráfica Caja Negra Gallery. Madrid (Spain)
“La piel de nadie” (Nobody’s skin). Senda y Espai 292 Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)
SCQ Gallery. Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

“Muecas” (Grimaces). MACBA Barcelona. Barcelona Museum of Contemporaneous Art (Spain)
Quadrado Azul Gallery. Porto (Portugal)
David McKee Gallery. New York (USA)

“Jaosokor” Senda Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)
“Lalibela” Robayera Galllery. Miengo. Cantabria (Spain)
“Mobles” (Furniture). Maior Gallery. Pollença. Mallorca (Spain)

“A céu aberto” Fundaçao de Serralves. Porto (Portugal)

NBK Neuer Berliner Kunstverein. Berlin (Germany)
Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien. Palais Liechtenstein. Vienna (Austria)
“Paisagem”. Quadrdo Azul Gallery. Porto (Portugal)
Juana de Aizpuru Gallery. Seville (Spain)
David McKee Gallery. New York (USA)

Luís Adelantado Gallery. Valencia (Spain)
Maior Gallery. Pollença. Mallorca (Spain)
“Moldura al paisaje” (Shaping the landscape). Psychology department of the UNED. National Long Distance learning University. Madrid (Spain)
“La Demi Lune”. Bonefantenmuseum. University of Maatricht (Holland)

Giorgio Persano Gallery. Turin (Italy)
“En busca de un paisaje” (In search of a landscape). Oliva Arauna Gallery. Madrid (Spain)

Whitechapel Art Gallery. London (Great Britain)
Anthony Reynolds Gallery. London (Great Britain)
Malmö Konsthall. Malmö (Sweden) Magasin.
Centre National d ́Art Contemporain de Grenoble. Grenoble (France)

“Dime, dime querido” (Tell Me, Tell me dear) 1986-1992. Vall d ́Hebron Olympic área, IMPU. Barcelona (Spain)
Luís Adelantado Gallery. Valencia (Spain)
Joan Prats Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)
“Hidroteràpia” (Hydrotherapy). Joan Prats-Artgràfic Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)
National Reina Sofia Museum Art Centre. Palacio de Velázquez. Parque del Retiro. Madrid (Spain)

“Anna I” 1984-1991. Leganés Town Hall. Madrid (Spain)
Daniel Lelong Gallery. Paris (France)
University Art Museum Berkeley. California (USA)
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. San Francisco (USA)
Centre d ́Art Contemporain Domaine de Kerguéhennec. Bignan (France)

Mala Galerija Ljubljana. Ljubljana (Yugoslavia)
“Dibujos” (Drawings). L. Revenga Gallery. Madrid (Spain)
“Grabados y Monotipos” (Engravings and Monotypes). Línea Gallery. Madrid (Spain)
“Acotación I”. Fattoria di Celle-Spazi d ́Arte. Santomato di Pistoia (Italy)
Art Cologne. 24 internationaler Kunstmarket. Galería L. Adelantado. Colonia (Germany)
“Acotación 2”. Giorgio Persado Gallery. Milan (Italy)

Städisches Museum Abteiberg Mönchengladbach. Mönchengladbach (Germany)
“Encreuar” (To Cross) La Máquina Española Gallery and Oliva Arauna Gallery. Madrid (Spain)
Donald Young Gallery. Chicago (USA)
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. Washington D.C. (USA)

“Plaça del Joc de la Pilota”. (Ball Game Square) Bonnefantenmuseum. Maastricht (Holland)
Anthony Reynolds Gallery. London (Great Britain)
“De Varia Commesuración. Jorge Oteiza/Susana Solano”. XLIII Venice Biennial (Italy)

“Senza Uccelli”. Montenegro Gallery. Madrid (Spain)
Arco 87 Montenegro Gallery. Madrid (Spain)
Maeght Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)
University Art Museum Berkeley. California (USA)
Galerie des Arères y Chapelle des Jésuites. Nimes (France)
“Perpendicular al Garonne”. CAPC Musée d ́Art Contemporain de Bordeaux. Bordeaux (France)
“Estació Termal – Associació Balneària”. (Thermal Station-Spa Association). Giorgio Persano Gallery. Turin (Italy)

Fernando Vijande Gallery. Madrid (Spain)
Charpa Gallery. Valencia (Spain)

“Colinas Huecas no 8” (Empty Hills no 8). The Utsu-Kushi-Ga-Hara Open Air Museum. Tokyo (Japan)

Ciento Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)

Joan Miró Foundation. Barcelona (Spain)


Group Exhibitions (selection)

“Dioses, Magos y Sabios”. Caixa Forum. Madrid
"Ediciones Maior: 25 años". Obra gràfica 1991-2016. Pollença 

“Arte para aprender”. Centro Cultural Caja Granada. Granada 
Colección Oliva Arauna. Santillana del Mar. Cantabria 
“Estancias". Colección de Arte Banco de Sabadell. La Llotja de Zaragoza
"25 Aniversario de la Colección del Museo Guggenheim". Bilbao
"Dioses, Magos y Sabios". Caixa Forum. Barcelona
“Café con leche, piña, huevo con jitomate, cebolla y cilantro” CarrerasMugica. Bilbao

"Imaginarios mecánicos y técnicos en la Colección del IVAM". IVAM. Valencia
"Más que espacio". Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Helga de Alvear. Cáceres
"El Crimen Perfecto". Centro de Cultura Contemporánea Condeduque. Madrid
“El sentit de l´escultura”. Fundació Joan Miró. Barcelona

"Tot el que és sòlid sésvaneix". Fundació Suñol. Barcelona
"15 Años - 15 Years". Galería Rafael Pérez Hernando. Madrid
“Diàlegs Intrusos”. MNAC Museu Nacional d´Art de Catalunya. Barcelona

"1989 El fin del S. XX". IVAM. Valencia 
"La idea de un signo". Colección Sánchez-Ubiría. Kursaal. Donostia
"How We Live". Hudson Valley MOCA. Peekskill, New York

"El principio Asia. China, Japón e India y el arte contemporáneo en España (1957-2017)". Fundación Juan March. Madrid (España)

"Arte en Palacio. 30 años de exposiciones en la Casa del Cordón". Fundación Caja de Burgos. Burgos (Spain)
"Exposiciones críticas. Discursos críticos en el arte español, 1975-1995". CGAC. Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea. Santiago de Compostela (Spain)
"Fernando Vijande". Fundació Suñol. Barcelona (Spain)
"The Coffins of Paa Joe and the Pursuit of Happiness". The School in Kinderhook-Jack Shainman Gallery. New York (USA)
"La eclosión de la abstracción". Institut Valencià d´Art Modern / IVAM. València (Spain)
"El Arte y el Espacio". Museo Guggenheim. Bilbao (Spain)

"Colección XIII. Hacia un nuevo museo de arte contemporáneo". CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo. Madrid (Spain)
"La maduresa del dibuix". Galeria Sicart. Vilafranca del Penedès (Spain)

"Status Quo". The School in Kinderhook-Jack Shainman Gallery. New York (USA)
"Tres narratives" Memòria. Colección de Arte Contemporáneo. Fundación “La Caixa”. Barcelona (Spain)
"Hablo, sabiendo que no se trata de eso". Colección "La Caixa" de Arte Contemporáneo y la Colección Macba. Caixa Forum. Barcelona (Spain)

"Beating around the Bush". Bonnefantenmuseum. Maastricht (Netherlands)
"Històries de l´Espai 10 i l´Espai 13". Fundació Joan Miró. Barcelona (Spain)
"The Shape of Things". Jack Shainman Gallery. New York (USA)
"Mise En Scene". The School in Kinderhook-Jack Shainman Gallery. New York (USA)
"Source Material". Lehman College Art Gallery. New York (USA)
"Beyond Classical: Imagining the Ideal Across Time". The National Academy Museum. New York (USA)

Biennale Internazionale di Scultura Racconigi 2013. Racconigi (Italy)
"Paredes Public Art Open Circuit". Paredes (Portugal)
"27 obres, 18 autors" (27 works, 18 authors). Josep Suñol collection. Suñol Foundation. Barcelona (Spain)
"Art on Lake". Museum of Fine Arts. Budapest (Hungary)

“Arte Español en la colección del IVAM”. Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center. Shanghai (China)
“20 artistes, 20 cartells. Col.lecció UPF”. Sala de Reflexió del campus de la Ciutadella de la UPF. Barcelona (Spain)
“Vint Anys”. Galería Maior. Palma de Mallorca. Mallorca (Spain)
Tina b. The Prague Contemporary Art Festival. Fundación Artium de Alava. Praga (Czech Republic)

"Arte in memoria 5”. Scavi di Ostia Antica. Roma (Italy)
“Objeto - Sin Objeto”. Arco09. El Corte Inglés. Madrid (Spain)
“Escultura Española Actual”. Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Esteban Vicente. Segovia (Spain)

"Col.lecció Josep Suñol”. Fundació Suñol. Barcelona (Spain)
“Silensis”. 24 Artistas en 25 Exposiciones. Monasterio de Santo Domingo de Silos. Burgos (Spain)

“Espacios para habitar” (Spaces to dwell in). Reina Sofía National Museum Art Centre, Palacio de Cristal. Madrid (Spain)
“Speed 1”. IVAM, Valencia (Spain)
“Doce artistas en el Museo del Prado” (Twelve artists in El Prado Museum). Del Prado National Museum. Madrid (Spain)
“Barcelona, 1947-2007”. Foundation Maeght. Saint Paul (France)

"Against the Grain: Contemporary Art from the Edward R. Broida Collection. MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, New York (USA)

Art Unlimited 2005. Art 36 Basel. Helga de Alvear Gallery. Basel (Switzerland)

“Monocromos. De Malevich al presente” (Monochromes. From Malevich to the present day). Reina Sofía National Museum Art Centre. Madrid (Spain)
“Las tres dimensiones de El Quijote” (The three dimensions of El Quijote). Reina Sofía National Museum Art Centre. Madrid (Spain)

"Transparencias" (Transparencies). Guggenheim Museum. Bilbao (Spain)
"Historia y Naturaleza" (History and Nature). Gori de Fattoria di Celle collection. IVAM. Valencia (Spain)

"Arte en Spain 1977-2002" (Art in Spain 1977-2002).  Pieces from the Patio Herreriano collection, Spanish Museum of Contemporaneous Art, Valladolid (Spain)
Manege Exhibition Centre. Moscow (Russia)
Miotte Foundation. New York (USA)

"Dentro y Fuera" (Inside and Out).Intervention in the Plaza de las Veletas. Cáceres (Spain)
"Obras Site Specific". NMAC Montenmedio, Vejer de la Frontera-Barbate. Cádiz (Spain)

"Sinn und Sinnlichkeit". Neues Museum Weserburg Bremen. Bremen (Germany)
"L ́ombra della ragione, l ́idea del Sacro nell ́identità Europea nel XX secolo". Modern Art Gallery, Bologna. Bologna (Italy)

"Dobles Vides" (Double Lives). Contemporaneous art interventions in the city’s Museums. City Historic Archives. Barcelona (Spain)

“The Edward R. Broida Collection". Orlando Museum of Art. Orlando, Florida (USA)
“Places in Gothenburg”. Kulturnämnden Göteborg Stad. Göteborg (Sweden)

"En la piel de toro" (In the skin of the bull). Palacio Velázquez. National Reina Sofía Museum. Madrid (Spain)
"Col.lecció d ́Art Contemporani Fundació "La Caixa" (La Caixa Foundation’s Collection of Contemporaneous Art). Palau Macaya. Barcelona (Spain)
"Descoberta de la Col.lecció". (Collection Discovery) MACBA. Barcelona (Spain)

"Referanser". Itinerant: Museet for Samtidskunst, Lillehammer Kunstmuseum, Bergen Kunstforening. Oslo (Norway)

"Art Union Europe". The Hellenic Presidency: Zappeion Hall, Athens. Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki. New Castle, Kerkyra. (Greece)

"Viaggio Verso Citera". Palazzo Vendramin-Calergi. Zerynthia - Biennale di Venezia. Venice. (Italy)
"I Punti dell'Arte". Padiglione Italy ai Giardini di Castello. Biennale di Venezia. Venice. (Italy)
Marugame Hirai Museum of Spanish Contemporaneous Art. Marugame. (Japan)

L ́Esprit de L ́Industrie”. Bernd et Hilla Becher. Jannis Kounellis. Susana Solano. CAPC-Musée d ́Art Contemporain de Bordeaux (France)
DOCUMENTA IX. Kassel (Germany)

“Terskel Threshold”. Museet for Samtidskunst. The National Museum of Contemporary Art. Oslo (Norway)

“T. Cragg, R. Deacon, M. Puryear, S. Solano”. Donald Young Gallery. Chicago (USA)
“Ad Usum Dimorae”. Artemide. Fondazione Querini Stampalia. Venice (Italy)

“Época Nueva. Painting and Sculpture from Spain”. The Chicago Public Library Cultural Centre, Illinois. Akron Art Museum, Ohio. Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida (USA)
“Europa Oggi”. Centro per L ́Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci. Prato (Italy)
“Accademia”. Bonnefantenmuseum. Maastricht (Holland)
“1988 Carnegie International”. The Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburg (USA)

“Art Triangle Barcelona 1987”. Casa de la Caritat. Barcelona. Barcelona City Hall (Spain)
“Documenta 8”. Kassel (Germany)
“Skulptur Projekte in Münster 1987”. Westfälisches Landes Museum fur Kunst un Kulturgeschichte. Münster (Germany)
XIX Bienal Internacional de Sao Paulo (Brazil)
“Cinq siècles d ́Art Espagnol. Dynamiques et Interrogations”. ARC-Musée d ́Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris. Paris (France)

“Three Spanish Artists: S. Solano, J.M. Sicilia y M. Navarro”. The Serpentine Gallery. London (Great Britain)

“Henry Moore Gran Prix Exhibition”. The Utsukushi-Ga-Hara Open Air Museum. Tokyo (Japan)

“En tres dimensiones” (In three dimensions). “La Caixa” Foundation. Madrid (Spain) “Diez años/Once artistas” (Ten years/Eleven artists). Ciento Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)

"Preliminar" (Preliminary). 1st Biennial of Plastic Arts. Ministry of Culture. Madrid (itinerant) (Spain) “Spansk Egen-Art”. Lilje valch’s Konstall. Stockholm (Sweden) Malmö Konsthall. Malmö (Sweden). Kunsthernes Hus. Oslo (Norway)

"Saló de Tardor"(Autumn hall). Tinell Hall. Barcelona City Hall. Barcelona (Spain)

"Picasso i els artistes catalans d'ara" (Picasso and today’s Catalan artists). Chapel in the old Santa Creu hospital. Barcelona (Spain)
"Homenatge a Gabriel Ferrater" (Tribute to Gabriel Ferrater). Sant Cugat Monastery. Barcelona (Spain)

“Festa de la Lletra” (Letter Festival). Gaspar Hall, Joan Prats Gallery, Ciento Gallery and Eude Gallery. Barcelona (Spain)

Permanent collections

- Artium, Centro-Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo. Vitoria-Gasteiz (España)
- Ajuntament de Barcelona. Barcelona (España)
- Ayuntamiento de Miengo. Miengo - Cantabria (España)
- Ayuntamiento de Leganés. Leganés (España)
- Ayuntamiento de Vitoria-Gasteiz (España)
- Banco de Sabadell. Barcelona (España)
- Banco de España. Madrid (España)
- Banco BANIF. Barcelona (España)
- Bonnefantenmuseum. Maastricht (Holanda)
- The Edward R. Broida Collection. Palm Beach. Florida (USA)
- Caja de Galicia. A Coruña (España)
- Carré d´Art - Musée d'Art Contemporain de Nimes. Nimes (Francia)
- Casa de La Moneda. Madrid (España)
- The Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburg (USA)
- CAPC- Musée d´Art Contemporain de Bordeaux. Bordeaux (Francia)
- CA2M. Centro de Arte 2 de Mayo. Móstoles (España)
- Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos. Burgos (España)
- Consejería de Cultura y Turismo, Junta de Castilla y León (España)
- Collezione La Gaia. Busca (Italia)
- Comunidad Autónoma de la Región de Murcia. Murcia (España)
- Colección Cajamadrid. Madrid (España)
- Col.legi d´Arquitectes de Barcelona. Barcelona (España) - Collection Dobe. Zürich (Suiza)
- Colección Berge. Camara Oficial de Comercio, Industria y Navegación de Cantabria. Santander (España)
- Colección P. Serra.Vall de Soller. Mallorca (España)
- Colección Azcona. Madrid (España)
- Colección Citoler. Madrid (España)
- Colección Al Shands. Crestwood, KY (USA)
- Comunidad de Madrid . Madrid (España)
- Diputación Provincial de Granada. Granada (España)
- European International Bank Luxemburgo (Luxemburgo)
- Fattoria di Celle-Spazi d'Arte. Fundación Gori. Santomato di Pistoia (Italia)
- Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. San Francisco (USA)
- Fonds National d'Art Contemporain. Centre National des Arts Plastiques. París (Francia)
- FRAC Bretagne. Chateaugiron (Francia)
- FRAC Fonds Régional d´Art Contemporain Collection Aquitaine (Francia)
- Fundació Vila Casas. Barcelona (España) - Fundació "la Caixa". Barcelona (España)
- Fundació J. Suñol. Barcelona (España) - Fundaçao de Serralves. Porto (Portugal)
- Fundación ARCO. Madrid (España) - Fundación Coca-Cola. Madrid (España)
- Fundación Santander Central Hispano. Madrid (España)
- Fundación Juan March. Palma de Mallorca (España)
- Fundación Helga de Alvear. Cáceres (España)
- Fundación Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Español - Patio Herreriano. Valladolid (España)
- Fundación Amigos del Museo del Prado. Madrid (España)
- Guggenheim Bilbao. Bilbao (España)
- Grupo Afinsa
- Colección siglo XXI. Madrid (España)
- Paul and Camille Hoffman Collection. Chicago (USA)
- ICO Instituto de Crédito Oficial. Madrid (España)
- IVAM. Valencia (España)
- Jay and Donatella Chiat Collection. N.Y. (USA)
- Landesmuseum Joanneum. Graz (Austria)
- Raymon Learsey Collection. N.Y. (USA)
- Sol Lewit Collection. NY. (USA)
- MACBA Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona. Barcelona (España)
- Malmö Konsthall. Malmö (Suecia)
- Susan and Lew Manillow Collection. Chicago (USA)
- Marc and Livia Straus Collection. N.Y. (USA)
- MEIAC. Museo Extremeño Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporaneo. Badajóz (España)
- MoMA The Museum of Modern Art. New York (USA)
- Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Museum. Viena (Austria)
- Municipio de Paredes. Paredes (Portugal)
- Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Unión Fenosa. A Coruña (España)
- Museet for Samtidskunst. The National Museum of Contemporary Art. Oslo (Noruega)
- Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst Citadelpark. Gent  (Bélgica)
- Musée d´Art Moderne Ville de Céret. Céret (Francia)
- Museo Marugame Hirai de Arte Español Contemporáneo. Marugame (Japón)
- Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Unión Fenosa. A Coruña (España)
- Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Madrid (España)
- Museu d´Art Español Contemporani. Palma de Mallorca (España)
- NMAC Montenmedio. Vejer de la Frontera-Barbate. Cádiz (España)
- Anita Reiner Collection. Bethesda. Maryland (USA)
- John N. Rosekrans Jr. San Francisco (USA)
- Stedelijk Museum. Amsterdam (Holanda)
- Sintra Museu de Arte Moderna. Colección Berardo. Sintra (Portugal)
- The Utsu-Kushi-Ga-Hara Open Air Museum. Tokio (Japón)
- UNED. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia. Facultad de Psicología. Madrid (España)
- University Art Museum Berkeley. Berkeley (USA)
- University of Maastricht. Maastricht (Holanda)
- Westfalisches Landesmuseum fur Kunst und Kulturgeschichte. Münster (Alemania)