Beauty is a subjective and ever-changing concept that has captivated humanity for centuries. From the ancient Greeks' idealization of the human form to the contemporary obsession with physical perfection, the idea of beauty has been endlessly debated and explored.
In art, beauty has often been associated with symmetry and proportion, as seen in the perfectly balanced compositions of the Renaissance masters. However, the development of modern art movements such as Cubism and Abstract Expressionism challenged traditional notions of beauty, emphasising the expression of emotions and the exploration of new forms.

In this context, Rosa Rubio presents her new exhibition, a deeply personal work that reflects her trajectory as a woman and her experiences as a creator and mother. She uses her art as a means to express her identity, inviting the viewer to contemplate the beauty and complexity of women. It is a reflection of her journey to find richness and meaning in the midst of complexity.

Through the use of colour, form and composition, Rubio creates a space of artistic meditation that is both contemplative and accessible. His works are marked by a simplicity that belies the complexity of his creation, and a harmony that speaks to the innate beauty of the natural world. Along with her exploration of different forms, such as painting, sculpture and installation, the artist expresses this quest in a variety of ways. Her work invites the viewer to contemplate the beauty that can be found in simplicity.