Begining of page content anchor Top of page anchor

Bernardo Torrens

Bernardo Torrens (b. 1957 Madrid, Spain) is a self-taught painter primarily known for his monochromatic nudes. Torrens infuses temperature into his black and white paintings to create the feeling of color within his gray palate. In recent years, he has also begun to experiment with chromatic compositions as well. His works have been shown in solo and group exhibitions internationally. Torrens was commissioned to paint a portrait of the former President of the Spanish Parliament, Mr. Felix Pons.

For more information on this artist, visit:
http://www.bernardotorrens.com/

Featured Works

Exhibitions
— Bernardo Torrens

Currently On View

Recent Acquisitions

Virtual Exhibition

1 July — 14 October, 2020

Painting of trees by Raphaella Spence
Painting of Resort and pool by Jack Mendenhall
Triptych by Leonard Koscianski
Portrait of Diana by Bernardo Torrens
Painting of marketplace in Asia by Anthony Brunelli
Painting of urban street scene by Robert Gniewek

Previous Exhibitions

CROPPED-IMAGE-Arnot Art Museum-Exterior

High Fidelity: Anthony Brunelli & the Digital Age Photorealists

14 February — 30 August, 2020

Met Fifth Century, Robert Neffson

Selected Photorealism

13 June — 19 July, 2019

Bernardo Torrens

Skin and Soul

30 April — 8 June, 2019

Art Miami 2018 Booth

Art Miami 2018

4 December — 9 December, 2018

Tom Blackwell - Broadway

Reflections, Ripples + Shadows

15 November — 22 December, 2018

Tampa Art Museum Cropped 2

Photorealism: 50 Years of Hyperrealistic Painting

Tampa Museum of Art Tampa, Florida

30 June — 8 October, 2017

Recent Press
— Bernardo Torrens

Bernardo Torrens
Body works
American Art Collector, 01/10/2009

European Photorealism in New York
European Photorealism in New York
American Art Collector

Interview with Bernardo Torrens
rht art magazine, 01/03/2011

Bernardo Torrens
American Art Collector, 01/10/2005

American Arts Quarterly
Winter 2006
American Arts, 21/12/2006

Face to Face: Contemporary Portraits
Group Show
American Art Collector, 01/01/2008

Go back to the top of the page