Ramon Enrich (Igualada, 1968) is a Catalan painter[1] and sculptor. His artist vocation was influenced by his father, Ramon Enrich, a knitwear manufacturer gifted for self-taught drawing, music and architecture.

He studied Fine Arts in Barcelona, and also History (unfinished) and Graphic Arts. Late 80s, he obtained some scholarships to paint and exhibit abroad. He spent long periods in Mousonturn cultural centre in Frankfurt, and in Berlin. Great admirer of Donald Judd, he moved to the United States in 1988 and he settled down in Marfa, where Judd lived. In the Chinati Foundation and in the Judd Foundation, he exposed works he developed there. Later, he travelled to Los Angeles, where he met Ed Ruscha and worked with David Hockney. Then he settled down in New York, where he worked as an assistant in Julian Schnabel’s studio.

He has exhibited many times in Barcelona, Amsterdam, Hong Kong, New York, Brussels and Paris. Nowadays, he lives and works in Igualada.



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