Carolina Valls, a graduate in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, has spent years developing a rigorous study on the idea of mutability, demonstrating that concepts and external factors take precedence over the aesthetics of figures. Thus, reality gives way to abstraction through geometry, giving prominence to lines, ideas and emotions imperceptible to the naked eye.
The young Valencian artist has won numerous prizes such as the one for painting from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Carlos, an honorable mention in the Painting prize from the Mainel Foundation and the second prize for painting at the Isabel Comenge Biennial. In addition to various reviews written by critics on the national scene such as Román de la Calle and Marcelo Juame. Added to all this is the presence of Carolina's work in private and public collections, including the San Pío V Museum (Valencia), the Villafamés Museum (Castellón), the Mainel Foundation, the Castellón City Council, the Diputación of Ciudad Real, as well as CARSA ([private foundation], Bilbao) and the Juan José Comenge Foundation. Likewise, it is worth noting her participation in the Solo Show curated section at Art Paris representing Shiras Galería 2019 and her participation in the Abierto Valencia 2019, where she was awarded the Makma acquisition award.