Miguel Milló Revisited

Lois Lambert Gallery is thrilled to welcome back artist Miguel Milló and in honor of his current exhibition "Of the Earth", we are sharing some of his previous works.


Miguel Milló has constructed images in which he creates sculpture, volume, and color. They are rich and made with total freedom, that allows an expression full fledged of restlessness, the same one that reveals his own gods and monsters.

“Origina20s”, makes me reunite with the essence of mankind, with the intimate moment in which human nature converges in a deep dialog with the entrails of earth.

It is in this creative freedom in which I am trapped as an spectator, I perceive the man of all times rediscovering himself in his surroundings as a complex being, filled with questions, capable of building an entire world of answers – made to his own necessities- magic emerges, eternity of our species is revealed, life flows reinvented with clay and seeds, paint and color.


Mysticism, deepness, disclosed in the look of the female bodies that oa19bserve and witness our own existence.

To gaze at Millo’s work is in another way a joy to the eye, we can see an impecable job full of atractiveness, balance of light, perfect bodies and complex compositions with a strick aesthetics –besides color- that reises from the darkness of the backround reminds us that we are destined as a species to our eternal reinvention.


Miguel's current exhibtion "Of the Earth" will be open until November 13th.