LAB 36 invites you to Sergio Mora’s new exhibition.
What do Sergio Mora, Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Keith Haring and Dalí have in common?
A Grammy for the best album cover!
Sergio Mora, born in Barcelona on January 30, 1975, won a Grammy for his album cover for Love of Lesbian’s “El Poeta Halley” in 2016.
However, Sergio Mora is not only renowned for this great award and honor, but also because his work has been part of numerous exhibitions and prestigious international collections; well known for his illustrated books, some written by him and others by various authors – addressed to children, adults, and young people; likewise, Philippe Starck commissioned him the artistic interventions for two of the restaurants that the great Spanish chef José Andrés -nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize—has in the United States. The collaborations are an endless list including firms like GUCCI, Tiwel, etc.
We are pleased to present at LAB36 an exhibition that is also unique: the 8 unpublished paintings created in 2018 by Sergio Mora to illustrate The Lost World, an adventure novel by Arthur Conan Doyle, author of Sherlock Holmes. There are those who defend that such work was the inspiration for Spielberg’s Jurassic Park, although Michel Crichton insists that his screenplay has nothing to do with the novel. The truth is that it would seem Sir Arthur wrote The Lost World to suit Sergio’s imagination, illusion, and boundless fantasy.
If you want to read the full interview and learn more about Sergio Mora’s work, we invite you to visit the LAB 36 website: http://lab36.org/en/home/