Jordi Teixidor

  • Untitled. 1419. 2011
  • Untitled. 1466. 2013
  • Lintel I. 2016
  • Untitled. 1472. 2015
  • Untitled. 2015
  • Untitled. 1479. 2015
  • Untitled. 1343. 2007
  • Africa. 2003
  •  The death of the anarchist. 2002

Considered as one of the most important representatives of the Spanish Abstraction, Jordi Teixidor identifies himself with the modern tradition and critical thought, translating to his work a doubtful and critical spirit, developing abstraction and a work that is rational, genuinely Apollonian, superbly balanced, strictly contained with regard to expressive elements.

The modernity of Jordi Teixidor is reflexive and his paintings don’t look for satisfaction, but require the spectator to think, denying a narrative reading.

Through his use of black, Teixidor has formalized a solemn sequence of images that make up one of the most outstanding tragic expressions in contemporary Spanish painting.


Atracción y renuncia en Jordi Teixidor por Miguel Molins ES-EN
Diario rayado por Miguel Molins ES-EN
El lugar de la ausencia por Marilyn Zeitlin ES-EN
Geometría musical por Elvira Maluquer ES-EN
Jordi Teixidor. Ejercicios de atención por Amador Vega ES-EN
Un artista en el Caballo de Troya. Conversación entre Jordi Teixidor y Chantal Maillard ES
Jordi Teixidor para Hoyesarte
Jordi Teixidor para Processus Creatius
Jordi Teixidor. Bodegón de Zurbarán: imagen de la memoria (Fundación Amigos Museo del Prado)