“El abismo de lo insignificante” brings twenty works to life through the emotion and awakening of the conscience found in the details of everyday life in the new exhibition by Carolina Amigó, which can be visited at the Galeria Dionís Bennàssar in Pollença until the 10th of August


“My aim is to provoke emotions and awaken awareness of the importance that the most subtle details of our existence can have”. This is how the artist Carolina Amigó defines her new work entitled “The abyss of the insignificant”, which can be visited at the Galeria Dionís Bennàssar in Pollença these days until mid-August.

“With these new works, I try to create a visual and emotional experience that invites us to reflect on the richness and complexity of our mind and the importance of our decisions, however insignificant they may seem. Through the combination of techniques and the integration of unexpected elements, such as plastics, small mirrors or solidified paint, I seek to highlight the importance of small things and explore the vastness of possibilities that lie in our minds, an infinite universe of imagination, experiences and decisions,” describes Amigó.

“The abyss of the insignificant” invites us to value small things, to recognise their importance and to open our minds to an infinite universe of possibilities. The artist achieves this through the accumulation of pigments, textures and unexpected elements: “in this way I invite viewers to immerse themselves in a journey of self-discovery, where every detail counts as an important piece of our creation”, she says.



Carolina Amigó (Palma, 1969) creates her work in the fields of sculpture, painting and photography. She began her art studies in Mallorca and in 1994 she moved to London to continue her artistic training in the workshops of the Tate Gallery in London, Mary Ward Centre of Arts, National Gallery of London and the Glass Sculpture Centre Foundation. In 2009 he participated in several workshops at the Joan Miró Foundation and became a member of the Círculo de Bellas Artes de Palma.

She has won the distinctions of First Prize for Painting Coll Bardolet Foundation 2012, finalist in the International Competition of Pollença 2014 and 2015, Prize for the Best Balearic Plastic Artist 2018 (Rotary Club), Extraordinary Prize of the School of Design of the Balearic Islands 2019, finalist 2020 “Women artists of the Balearic Islands”, Barbara Weil-Andratx Foundation, among others.