Galeria Carles Taché

Charo Pradas

Hoz de la Vieja, Teruel, 1960
Charo Pradas studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, between 1980 and 1985, and ended up settling in the Catalan capital, where she made the first solo exhibitions, often in the Dau al Set Gallery. In 1986 she obtained a scholarship / award granted by the Spanish Ministry of Culture at the Young Art Exhibition, held in Madrid, and in 1989 the Museum of Teruel dedicated a first retrospective. During this time, she became part of the nucleus of painters who broke into the artistic scene in the decade of the eighties, who proposed the return to the painting as opposed to conceptual art.
She has collaborated with the Galeria Carles Taché by lending his work Turbo XI (1991) for the exhibition Tribute to catalan contamporary art.