Martin Reyna (b.1964) in Buenos Aires lives and works in Paris. He has been the subject of many solo and group exhibitions internationally, including at the Teodora Gallery in Paris, Artemisa Gallery in New York, Knokke-Zoute Gallery in Belgium, amongst others. Reyna has been the recipient of several awards, including the Chandon Prize at ARTEBA in Argentina; Grant of Arts from Antorchas Foundation in Buenos Aires; Jean-Francois Millet Prize for Painting from SIAP in France; Costantini Prize from MNBA Buenos Aires; Nuevo Mundo Foundation Prize; and Gunther Prize for Painting from CAYC in Buenos Aires. 


Martin Reyna’s paintings embody and expand upon the artist’s ongoing exploration of landscape, architecture, and light.  His brightly colored inks are spread and diluted through dynamic and careful gestures that create a sense of control and freedom all at once.  Through meticulous drips and pours, Reyna controls the brush strokes to create a convergence of other-worldly space. The vibrant colors shimmer and create a dichotomy of spatial perspective that becomes especially evident through his diptych and polyptych works.


27 January 2017
Interview with Jordi Batallé
18 April 2016
The National, UAE
The National, UAE
23 February 2016
Fundación Proa
New York Art Beat
10 December 2015
Clarín News, Buenos Aires
12 December 2015
Exposition Martín Reyna
9 December 2014
La Nacion
15 August 2014
Maison de l’Amérique Latine
31 October 2013
La Maison de l'Amérique Latine présente Perspectiva Asturiana de Martin Reyna
15 October 2013
Chandon Award