José María Yturralde, Figura Imposible (Série), 1973. Courtesy Galeria Javier López y Fer Francés, Madrid.
José María Yturralde is a graduate of the Polytechnic University of Valencia and is also a member of the Unversity of Fine Arts of San Carlos of Valencia. He is currently a professor of painting at the University of Fine Arts in Valencia. In 1968, he entered the Information Technology Centre of the University of Madrid, where he completed his first cybernetic creations. The pictorial work of José María Yturralde positions itself at the intersection of art, science and metaphysics by investigating optic and kinetic art. The artist has focused his research around the void and the invisible by expressing an abstract language.
He has participated in various events including the 9th Biennale of São Paulo (1967) and the 28th Biennale of Art in Venice (1978). The Centro de Arte Contemporaneo the CAC in Málaga presented his recent work in 2015.