I found these videos on youtube and thought people would want to see these. Only the first video has the english translation, where he talks about his monumental show at the Boston MFA last year. The next video is in two parts of him talking about his work – make me want to pull out my dusty Rosetta Stone Spanish DVD’s. The last video is a kind of a goofball video of him painting his quince trees. For anyone who may not know there is a DVD of the film about him painting these trees, El Sol del membrillo (The Sun of the Quince) by Víctor Erice (Sadly not now available on Amazon but you can read some interesting reviews of the movie here) There are also a couple of videos of him critiquing some student work that you can watch especially if you are fluent in Spanish.
One of the best sites to see Antonio López García work is Tim Lowly’s links (while you’re there check out his amazing list of links of other figurative painters if you haven’t already seen them.