Since May 30 of this year we made the decision to delete all our accounts on all social networks where we were censored or other people were censored. This very thoughtful decision made us “lose” almost 15 thousand followers in a single day.
We go back twenty years, we do not start again, and now we seek REAL contact with our audience, providing them with a great amount of content and taking our capabilities to the next level.
Garcia Brothers is a lifestyle. This platform is for dreamers, for curious people, non-conformists & haters. Here on this website there is absolute freedom of expression.
This place, in the immense network, is dedicated to all the magnificent people who are proud to be different. That they think differently, that they feel differently, that they observe differently.
Garcia Brothers is not just a website where ideas are published. It is a philosophy! A crazy desire to return humanism from the Renaissance to the 21st century and return to men and women, curiosity about the cosmos, life, creation.
Here you will find drawing, sculpture, painting, music, short films, poetry… And of course! Sport. For example, why not create your own fashion?, your own clothing brand?, your own production company? We do not like that the film production companies are the ones that qualify or distribute our work, nor are the art galleries who decide which style offers the most sales possibilities. We don’t like people imposing their standards on us. This is our website! And here it is published in our most absolute freedom.
And you should do the same!
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Exhibitions, scolarships, more
Short films “Stay at home”, “20” and the documentary “The great awakening”. 2021 USA. By Roberto & José Luís García.
“Poéticamente incorrecto: Reflexiones de confinamiento”, José Luís García. (Free download on the shop section).
“No existen malos alumnos sino maestros mediocres” Art exhibition at La Revuelta gallery, downtown Seville. José Luís García.
“Supraismos: El arte más allá de los ismos”. Individual art exhibition at Casa de las Sirenas, Alameda de Hércules, Seville. José Luís García.
Public premiere of the short film “Waves” by Roberto and José Luís García at Casa de las Sirenas, Alameda, Seville.
Best short story – Triathlon “Titan Sierra de Cadiz” José Luís García, 2015
Nominated for best free creation at the Jerry Goldsmith Music Awards 2011 for the work “El amanecer del viajero”, Roberto García.
Financial support from Deliveroo for “Mediterranean challenge” Barcelona to Alicante – Málaga (Cycling trip)
Sponsorship of Taller de bicicletas, Seville, for Paris – Roubaix crossing. (Cycling trip)
“As above so below” Documentary (immersion in mediterranean sea and ascent to the highest summit of the Spanish peninsula, Mulhacén, 3479 m.)
“Mediterranean challenge” Barcelona to Alicante – Málaga (Cycling trip) Financial support from Deliveroo.
Paris – Roubaix crossing. (Cycling trip) Sponsorship of Taller de bicicletas, Seville
Triathlon “Titán Sierra de Cádiz” (4k swimming – 120 km bike – 30k run) José Luís García.
“Transandalus” – cycling trip 600 km
Interview with Fernando Polanco, humorist and screenwriter.
Interview with Luis Garcia, young entrepreneur, creations for NASA and ESA.
Interview with Rosario Sarmiento, collection management, art critic and personal advisor in the acquisition of works of art.
Interview with Pascal Gaine, Winner of the Goya for best soundtrack for Handia.
Interview with Frank T, first Spanish rapper.
Interview with Andrea Sibaja, champion of spain of mixed motorcycling.
Interview with anonymous inventor of the Génesys machine.
Interview with Juaninacka, spanish rapper.
Interview with Emilio Martín, duathlon World champion.
Roberto has nominated for best free creation at the Jerry Goldsmith Awards 2011 for the work “El amanecer del viajero”. Youngest composer of the competition.
Roberto enters the Conservatory of Seville with harpsichord as his main instrument.
He has given numerous concerts in Seville, Malaga, Granada, Barcelona, Cadiz, Ubeda, Cordoba and Madrid, performing at the Teatro Real in Madrid, the Cathedral of Malaga and the Maestranza in Seville, among others. The works he performed range from
“The Passion according to St. Matthew” and “Brandenburg Concertos” by J.S. Bach, “The Messiah” and “Water Music” by G.F. Handel, “The Four Seasons” and “Concertos for Lute” by A. Vivaldi to more contemporary works. Vivaldi to more contemporary works by John Williams through composers such as G.P. Telemann, H. Purcell, J.B. Lully, A. Corelli, D. Scarlatti, C. Monteverdi, J.P. Rameau, J. Pachelbel, F. Couperin, D. Buxtehude and many others. Reaching more than 300 concerts.