• Mayte Vieta

    Galería Salvador Díaz

    In 1990, when Mayte Vieta was barely eighteen and still a student at the Massana Art School in Barcelona, she took part in an exhibition called “Al raso” (No shelter), which provided an interesting look at the art being created by young Spanish artists at the time. Of all the works that were exhibited (and many of the artists were already quite well known), Vieta’s three pieces were the most compelling. Simple but highly atmospheric, they suggested dramatic, even violent situations involving the occult.

    After that show, Vieta’s public exhibitions were few and far between. She left Barcelona,

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