Spanish artist Lino Lago spent 18 years living and working in Lithuania, before returning to his native Galicia this year. His work questions the sacrality of classical painting, with a dose of humour and irony, using his strong pictorial technique. The artist's works have been displayed in Flint Institute (Michigan), George Adams Gallery (New York), Lawrence Alkin Gallery (London), Casa de Galicia (Madrid), Art Miami and ARCO Madrid. He presents two works at Keshishian's exhibition in London.