Armando Rabadán was born in Seville, Spain in 1986. His paintings take the landscape as a reference and are inspired by painters such as Katharina Grosse, Miguel Pérez Aguilera, Kasimir Malévich or Piet Mondrián.

Armando Rabadán obtained a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Seville, but he finished it in Mimar Sinan Guzel Sanatlar University of Istanbul, city where he has been working many years.

Armando Rabadán uses classic and current techniques such as spray, oil, acrylic and computers for sketching . We can not catalog him within a specific style as it often happens with contemporary artists, since they get inspiration by many different disciplines making their work richer and more complex.

Landscape is incredibly inspiring in all their works, and he uses it as a reference to investigate what is painting nowadays. He approaches it from different points of view; as a topographic map, as a mosaic of images, from a romantic perspective showing a jungle of large dimensions, or from a geometric approach that tells us about the influence of the city as a landscape.

Armando Rabadán has received recognition around the world. In 2015 he exhibited individually in the gallery of Hong Kong, Ap Contemporary. He has participated in too many Art Fairs as Context Art Miami or Contemporary Istanbul and exhibited at the Elgiz Private Art Museum.