From his beginnings as a graffiti writer to his current video creations; SUSO33 (1973) is a forerunner of iconographic graffiti and experimentation within the discipline. A pioneer of what we now call Urban Art. SUSO33 is internationally recognised for his projects "Scenic Painting in Action", in which he fuses performance art, scenic art and pictorial research with traditional and digital techniques.
Over time, he has developed a series of video graphics, some conceived as music videos, like the video he directed and created in collaboration with Alejandro Sanz, featuring his own style of drawing in motion. He has made innumerable collaborations within the world of photography, stage design (including major international and national companies such as the National Dance Company, the Royal Theatre and the National Drama Center), fashion (Jean Paul Gaultier, Pasarela Cibeles, Ion Fiz, and current Goya Award holder for costume design Carlos Diez), and dance (Ana Lujan recent National Dance Award recipient).
His works have been exhibited at numerous festivals museums and art centres in Asia, America and Spain such as the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, ARTIUM, CAAM, Thyssen-Bornemisza, Ayala Museum in the Philippines, and Museum of Contemporary Art in Bucharest. He has won a multitude of award contests including the National Prize for Click & Rec video art organised by PhotoESPAÑA10. In 2015, for a career review covering more than 30 years, he held the exhibition "ONe Line, a retrospective" at CEART where a meticulous and careful scientific catalogue written with Susana Blas and edited by La Fabrica was published.
Recently SUSO33 has been invited to participate as the first Spanish artist for the next Bienal de Arte in Havana. A long, constant and solid trajectory with a solid vision, that hasn't prevented him from staying true to himself and his use of public space in an independent and autonomous way with a strong commitment to his era and society.