Sigfrido Martín Begué was a unique creative force in Madrid’s Movida, the artistic generation that took flight in the 1980s after the death of dictator Francisco Franco. Martín Begué quickly became known for his multifaceted art and design practice, ranging from Surrealist painting to costume and set design. He designed various productions for Spanish and Italian theaters and opera houses, and he was celebrated in 1987 for his famous design of Le Corbusier’s Centenary exhibition at the Reina Sofía Museum. In the late 1980s he began collaborating with designer Chus Burés on a series of fine jewelry collections, which have been recently produced by his estate in limited editions. Martín Begué passed away in 2010 at the age of 51.

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