Antonio Beneyto

  • (Albacete, 1934)

Writer, painter and sculptor, representative of contemporary surrealism, the greatest exponent of what has been called pictorial and literary postism, which emerged after the Civil War. 

In the 1960s, he settled in Palma, where he met writers such as Camilo José Cela, Antonio F. Molina and Cristóbal Serra, among others, around the publication of Papeles de Son Armadans. He dealt with the novelist Robert Graves and the intellectual Juan Bonet, among many other cultural figures. 

In 1967, he settled in Barcelona, where he still lives. In Catalonia, he met great creators such as Joan Brossa, Juan Eduardo Cirlot, Joan Perucho and Pere Gimferrer.

He has published a hundred books. His pictorial work is full of fantastic characters. His works have been exhibited in numerous countries in Europe and America. 

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