Spanish artist Antonio Segura, Dulk, is one of the most important names in Spanish painting of the moment internationally. His body of work begins to form in urban art and mural painting to which he remains closely linked today along with study work, but does not stop there. He continues to research and constantly create new forms of expression through different media, drawing, sculpture or photography among others. Dulk’s paintings are the immediate byproduct of his travels into remote areas and his memories of a natural wonder and wildlife. He has witnessed first hand both the beauty of these landscapes and the terrible collapse that is creeping over them like a fatal tide. By painting something beautiful he asks audiences to gather the strength to look away from art and toward nature, as painful as that may be. With a strong ecological conviction to defend ecosystems and the most vulnerable species, his work invites the viewer to be part of a unique imaginarium, full of energy and with a special sensitivity to color. A dream world with animals and natural spaces that tells personal, universal and unique stories.