Carlos Medina is a painter and sculptor who studied art at the Cristóbal Rojas School of Fine Arts in Caracas. From the late 1970s to the mid-1980s he lived and studied painting and sculpture in Carrara, Italy. Since 1976 his work has been exhibited in important institutions around the world. He has sculptures and monumental installations in public and private spaces in Mexico, Caracas and Valencia, Venezuela, Chile and South Korea.
Carlos Medina is a multifaceted Abstract and Constructivist artist; mostly known for his sculptural works in metal, wood, and stone. Medina draws, paints, and creates large spatial installations in public places and works on tapestry, resins, polymers, mixed media, etc. He explores the multiple possibilities of various pure geometrical shapes, from a sensorial point of view, along with the subtleness of forms in space.