Born in Mol (Belgium), 1960
Lives & works in Bruxelles [Brussel] (Belgium)
Very active in: 2000s, Current decade

Representative galleries:
Marta Cervera

More links:

Video Art Works

M. el Gigante (2006)

The Spanish artist Emilio López-Menchero was born and raised in Belgium. Later he lived in Vienna and Berlin and to day he lives in Brussels.

His works often deals with the urban and modern lifestyle. As such he makes investigations and inventions on the matter. His focus is social realities, which often makes his work relate to real life on a very realistic level.
He works as an actionist, performer and a filmmaker.

2007 Art Brussels, Galerie Nadje Vilenne, the ministry of French community in Belgium

2007 Le géant M., Le Palace, Maison culturelle dAth. Director: Cécile Wagner

2007 Emilio Lopez-Menchero, Tsuneko Taniuchi, Jeroen Van Bergen, Galerie Nadja Vilenne in collaboration with le théâtre "aan het Vrijthof", Maastricht.

2007 Aimez-vous les coktails VIP , galerie Nadja Vilenne, Liège

2007 Sifflets, STUK, Leuven, (commission: Eva Wittocx)

2007 Flagey Potemkine, Festival BRXL BRAVO, (commission: Charles Gohy

2007 Emilio Lopez-Menchero. Galería Marta Cervera (solo)

2006 Lhomme-bulle, Festival Maiis 4, Brussels (curator: Frédérique Versaen)

2006 Certains laiment chaud, Images Publiques, Liège (organized by lEspace 251 Nord, curator: Laurent Jacob)

2006 De Kunstcamping, Heeswijk-Dinther, Pays-Bas. (organized by artist Peter Weidenbaum)

2006 Thinking about animals, la Maison de Marijke Schreurs, Brussels

2006 Kunst Nu, foire dAmsterdam, Torero/Torpedo, performance, galerie Nadja Vilenne, Amsterdam

2006 Vers Brussel / Vers Bruxelles, Chantal Maillard et Emilio López-Menchero quartier Place de la petite Suisse, Ixelles, (organized by Het beschrijf asbl.)

2006 BeTEKEN II, cultureel centrum Hasselt, (curators: René Geladé, Franck Hendrickx)

2006 PASIONARIA (porte-voix), permanent public art work at the Avenue de Stalingrad, Brussels, (commissioned by the Urban Art Committee of the City of Brussels) (solo)

2006 Yellow Submarine, permanent public artwork at Mariakerke, Gent (within the framework of the project Blinde Muren , city of Gent) (solo)