Since his early public appearance as a painter in 1969, the creative-artistic activity of E.V.M. points him out, both at practical and theoretical levels, as one of the most controversial, versatile and multidisciplinary authors of the plastic arts and contemporary Canary culture, according to a dense bibliography, among which we find critics, historians and art theorists such as: Eduardo Westerdahl, Fernando Castro Borrego, Antonio and Octavio Zaya, Carlos Pinto Trujillo, Carlos Díaz-Bertrana, Carlos Gaviño de Franchy, Juan Manuel García Ramos, J.J. de Armas Marcelo, José Antonio Otero, Ramón Salas, Marianela Navarro, Ramiro Carrillo…. among many others.
Since the early 70’s, after winning some prizes in several regional contests, his individual exhibitions (26 up to the present) link him to the origins of the main galleries that mark the course of the insular avant-gardes: Salas CONCA I and II (Gonzalo Diaz); Galerías Balos I and II (Nano Doreste); Galería Vegueta (Marcela Yurfa); Galería Attiir (Manuel Ojeda); Galería Leyendecker (Angel Luis de la Cruz); Galería Estudio Artizar (Carlos E. Pinto)… as well as the most relevant public institutions: Casa de Colón (G.C.), Caja de Ahorros (La Laguna), Círculo de BB.AA.(Tnfe.), Colegio de Arquitectos(Tnfe.), Salas La Granja y La Regenta de la Viceconsejería de Cultura…etc.
His works are in public and private collections of the archipelago, such as: TEA; CAAM; Museo Municipal de BB.AA. de S/C de Tnfe.; Palacio de Presidencia del Gobierno de Canarias en S/C de Tnfe.; Parlamento de Canarias; COAC Tnfe.; Caja de Ahorros; Col. APM; Col. ACAAC… etc. Outside the insular territory he has exhibited in Madrid; Barcelona; Vitoria; Murcia; Lisbon; Vienna and New York.
In the course of his professional career, over the last four decades, the plastic or visual arts are, generically, the axis around which revolve all his initiatives and activities, in addition to the pictorial practice extends to architecture and teaching in the Faculty of BB. AA. of the ULL; since 1981; as well as to the theoretical field of the arts, with more than sixty published texts and various dynamic initiatives of the Canarian cultural scene, such as his curatorship in some of the most fruitful exhibitions and programs of the last two decades.
He was President of Painting-Sculpture of the Círculo de Bellas Artes de S/C de Tenerife from 1995 to 2000 and is, or has been, a member of the advisory board of many of the local entities most involved in the artistic and cultural field, thus providing a channel for a large number of local emerging artists.
He is a Numerary Member of the Royal Canary Academy of Fine Arts of San Miguel Arcángel. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)