Aarón Izquierdo was born in Madrid, 1982. He began his career at the Art School of Toledo, where he studied illustration.
He started carrying out different exhibitions sporadically together with other new artists, as well as collaborations within the world of illustration for different campaigns of LGTB organizations and collectives. In 2017, he decided to experiment with color and the absence of it for his later works, being these two peculiarities the great distinction of them. In addition to this, we’ll find great importance to the composition too.
His works, and their purpose of them, run through different artistic movements, Pop Art, Surrealism, and Fantasy Illustration, but never left aside the influence that Manga has left in his generation, as the starting point of his works.
Several awards in different national and international poster and painting competitions endorse its trajectory. One of the last ones, "Maiko Damasquinada", won one of the prizes in the 2018 edition of the "Feria de Arte Internacional Cohete Toledo" in Spain.
Currently collaborating with the Museum of painted music "Crómatica" in Toledo, continues presenting his works in different exhibition spaces, such as Murcia, Gran Canaria, Madrid, Alicante, Marbella, and Seville as part of the International Art Fair ARTSevilla, London and Argentina. He is also preparing to be part of the Art Monaco 2021 fair and a collective and traveling exhibition in Central and South America.
His artistic philosophy is based on the need to bare his soul through his work, a decision he made after overcoming the fear of making mistakes and possible criticism. Through his art, Aarón frees himself from fears and devotes himself to creation.