Victor Castillo is a renowned Chilean visual artist, currently residing in Los Angeles, California. Victor moved to Barcelona in 2004, where he established his painting style with references to comics. After seeing the Prado Museum in Madrid, particularly Goya’s Black Paintings, he adopted aspects of classical painting in his art. Working with the legendary Igaupop Gallery until its closing in 2010, Victor began to show his work internationally.
Victor Castillo is currently represented by Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles and shows with Helium Cowboy in Hamburg, Germany, Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York City and Galería Isabel Croxatto in Latin America. His work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in Chile, Spain, the United States, Germany, France, England, Italy, Belgium, Denmark, China, Argentina, Brazil, and Columbia, as well as in numerous newspapers, magazines, and publications. He has Victor created large-scale indoor murals for the National Museum of Fine Arts (MNBA) in Santiago, Chile; the Museum of Modern Art in Chiloe; and the Center for Contemporary Culture Barcelona (CCCB), Spain among other installations. dRh Global Media promotes Victor Castillo’s artwork around the world.