Pol Pintó (Barcelona, 1995) studied Art and Design at the EINA University Center and participated in the TSS (London) in 2019, he is currently in residence at the Piramidón Contemporary Art Center. Pol Pintó explores the infinite possibilities of action and how it leaves its mark on the world. His work, characterized by abstraction, minimalism, and austerity, is born from the legacy of the movement. It’s an extension of his interest in issues related to tension, space, and above all, the search for the primary. To achieve this, he always uses unconventional objects as tools, often seemingly mundane. It is from the contact or friction of these objects that the expressive strokes that star in his paintings emerge, leaving little room for human intervention and embracing the randomness that any type of movement entails. His work has been recognized by the Laus Awards, the Catalonia School of Design, and Arts-FAD, and is part of collections such as the Carmen & Lluís Bassat Foundation, among others.