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LIN JINGJING

WANG GUOFENG

ZHAO JINHE

ZHOU WENDOU


Lin Jingjing, Wang Guofeng, Zhou Wendou, Zhao Jinhe The exhibition focuses on our current state of existence as a society. Everyday we are faced with paradoxes, which are overlooked and simply accepted without thought for many times. There exists a drastic variation between how each human being experiences life and how they are directly affected by the world that we have created for ourselves. Political and social issues, environmental pollution, media, identity crisis, poverty, and extreme consumerism: these are complications that we face everyday. This group of Chinese artists is able to wisely discuss these concepts. Although they work in various mediums they have all individually been compelled to discuss these issues, asking the viewers to question them.

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Lin Jingjing (b. 1970, China) is one of the most prominent female artists in China today. She works with personal experiences that deeply influence her but that are also a part of common culture and every day life, with a strong individual connotation. Lin’s art investigates people and relationships, their internal and external vulnerabilities, which she captures and transfers from social traditions into a very sophisticated art production. One specific characteristic of Lin’s artwork is that she finds images and modifies them with her own unique interpretation of the reality. Her specific technique is mixing pictures with embroidery, creating a spectacular effect with colorful threads and figures in each picture.

Lin Jingjing’s works are in the collections of National Art Museum of China, Beijing, (China), lvam Museum, Valencia( Spain), National Museum of Fine Art, Santiago (Chile), The Mountain Group Museum, (Taiwan), Liu Hai Su Art Museum, Shanghai (China), He Xiang Ning Art Museum, Shenzhen (China), Tai Da Museum, Tian Jing (China), Museum of the Nation, Lima (Peru), and White Box Art Museum, Beijing (China).

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Wang Guofeng (b. 1970, China) integrates sociality with ideology. He has aroused great attention recently because of his large scale colored panorama photography work. The work reflects the mainstream cultural symbol impacted by the global socialist ideology of the 20th century - magnificent large scale political architecture as well as the continuous photography of the scenes of some large-scale political events of North Korea. He has shot the typical socialist architectures of Beijing, Moscow and Pyongyang successively, and analyzed the similarities and differences of this type of architectural system since 2004. His works objectively represent the modeled political persuasion similar to sculptures in terms of form, and concentrate and reflect the “Collective Unconsciousness” under the centralistic political system. He carries forth the “perfected” post processing toward the subjects and presents all the details and the symbolic codes of all the architecture through high-resolution images, enabling the audience to perceive the spiritual and political attribute hidden behind the solemn and imperatorial architectural style. Beyond the Image - - - The New Photography of Wang Guofeng, by Huang Du

Wang Guofeng had solo exhibitions at 604 Art Museum,Busan (Korea) and the Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow (Russia). His works were included in many contemporary art Biennale worldwide and in group exhibitions In the following museums: Wenxuan Art Museum, Chengdu (China), Enjoy Museum of Art, Beijing (China), Susan Museum of Art (Korea), Today Art Museum, Beijing (China), Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou (China), Shanghai Art Museum, {China), Chinese Art, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco (USA), Tate Modern, London, (UK), Zach ta Gallery of Art, Warsaw (Poland), Seoul Museum of Art (Korea),Gwangju Art Museum (Korea) and Shanghai {China). In 2012, he was officially invited by the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea to photograph The 10th anniversary of Kim II Sung’s birthday. Winner of the 8th AAC 2014 (Award of Art China - Photography)

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Zhao Jinhe (b.1973, China) is a painter and a performance artist. His paintings are the imagery of unrealizable performances. As a Chinese born in the1970s, Zhao Jinhe has been living and growing up in a socialist country, during which he experienced many social and political issues, facing the drastic changes and the consequences in the Chinese society. In his artworks and performances, Zhao strongly questions the position of the individual in the society context. Indeed, to better express this concept he portrays himself in each painting, as a figure that represents a specific moment related to a specific social problematic. The figure is always wearing a pajama, which is worn by mental patients, to represent all patients in real life and in a diseased society, without faith and religion. This figure sometimes gets worried, sometimes frowns while thinking, and sometimes has a quirky smile. Moreover, Zhao created for each painting a dialogue between an Imaginary Doctor and an imaginary patient, who are discussing the specific social issue painted.

Zhao Jinhe had his works exhibited at Mainland Art Museum, Beijing, Eastern Art Museum, Beijing and 798 OPEN Performance Art Festival, Beijing Performance Art among other galleries and museums.

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Zhou Wendou (b. 1970 China) is an eclectic conceptual artist, based in Beijing where the contemporary art scene is flourishing and vibrant. His art ranges over different mediums, like painting and sculpture, and often they are mixed together as prominent installations. Zhou Wendou’s artistic attitude is expressed by playing with his own audience, as his works are deeply conceptual and usually the viewer could misunderstand the initial meaning. In this way, the artistic production becomes entertainment, besides the conceptual sense behind it. He also likes to use unconventional materials and to seek unexplored fields, which make him able to reveal his distinctive artistic approach.

Zhou Wendou’s works are in White Rabbit Collection, Sydney (Australia), Fundacion Antonio Perez, Cuenca (Spain), Academy of Fine Arts, University of Com- plutense, Madrid (Spain), Fundacion Estampa, Madrid (Spain),and Museums San Clemente, Cuenca (Spain).

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ART WORKS


Lin Jingjing (b.1970), China Dress No.3 2009 Mixed media 160 x 130 cm “In my focus on Dresses, the “material” actually stems from my focus on the body. The body can be the subject of harm, or a self-contradiction, subjugation or an exchange. The absence of the “body” is a rebuttal to the idea of “sanctuary”. This “absence” refuses “fullness” and “completeness” in the usual sense. What I want to emphasize is the “hollowness” and “speechlessness” of women, their suspicion and disassembly of closeness. It is not an answer, it is a question, my questioning of the realistic logic of restlessness, sense of loss, perplexity and crisis in close relationships.” Lin Jingjing

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Lin Jingjing (b.1970), China Lies 2012 18 Cups Installation “My Promise for Your Happiness” series is created in the method of paradox. “Promise” in the title forms a contrast with the isolation, block out, and impossibility. The title emphasizes the impossible “promise” to raise a question in a paradoxical way. According to Lin Jingjing’s introspective vision, understanding life is more real than culture and it transcends even history and politics. Her profound and meticulous observation of human behaviors let her understand the absurdity of life and that existence does not explain a meaning, but an infinite concept that could be seen as a dangerous defense, as she called in her previous series ‘Insecure Security’. “Things” have memory. Lin Jingjing has been obsessed with this memory ever since she painted the first of the Dress series. Its murky air can represent very personal memories, or the cultural memories of a generation. It can bring the sense of belonging to every ordinary moment, or it can bring out inexplicable terror. For a brilliant, radiant life, it is more like a cruel joke. One must know that life is very fragile, very easily damaged. Violence, imprisonment, even persistence can turn into the most dangerous and unseen form of injury.

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Lin Jingjing (b.1970), China Nobody knows I was there, Nobody knows I was not there: CCTV News 2009 120 boxes mixed media installation “In news, there does not have to be any connection between one second and the next. It is in these absurd, seemingly unconnected moments that the world itself becomes connected. If a person’s life is understood through connecting with others, and if this only connection becomes exceedingly strange, then what kind of understanding will it result?” Lin Jingjing

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Wang Guofeng (b.1967), China North Korea 2014- University Students at E-Library of Kim Chaek University of Technology 2014 Giclee Print Edition of 3 240 x 338 cm “As scheduled by the government, we took the assigned van to the Pyongyang No.1 High School, arriving on time at 3pm, April 10, 2014. A smiling middleage female teacher with the foreign affairs office of the school was already waiting for us at the main gate. She dressed in a green uniform with a portrait badge of the state leaders on the upper left of her chest. She led us to the lobby of the classroom building, up in front was a grand drawing that General Kim Il Sung surrounded by a number of children. The lady introduced the several visits that General Kim Il Sung paid to the school and the history of the school. At the same time, she asked us not to photograph the drawing... The elevator was out of order. We climbed up the ladders to the fifth floor carrying heavy photography equipment. We were led to a computer class for photography before we came to the physics class, where all the students were divided into small teams, each concentrating on their own experiments, nobody seems to be aware of our visiting. I did not come up with a good photography idea at my first sight. We went around the classroom and took pictures of the students from different angles. However, it is not my objective of passively following the documentary photography. I kept thinking until I finally came to the podium, there I found the perfect angle of picturing. I immediately requested the students, via translator, to suspend their experiment and look up to the camera. My initiative was instantly questioned by the accompanying teacher, “why?” She asked me to justify. l explained to them, “I would not want to make it just an ordinary documentary photograph, I hope to highlight the spirit of North Korean youth via their eyes and facial expression...” The request was finally permitted. We immediately set up the lighting and installed the equipment, slightly changed the seating of the students to ensure all are on the picture. Finally, after all these efforts, I clicked the shutter, captured the poetic moment of original science fantasy”. Wang Guofeng, 2014

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Zhao Jinhe (b.1973), China Fire Stealer- Sea Sunflower 2014 Oil and print on canvas 110 x 80 cm As a Chinese born in the 1970s, Zhao Jinhe has been living and growing up in a socialist country, during which he experiences many social and political issues, facing the drastic changes and the consequences in the Chinese society. In his artworks and performances, Zhao strongly questions the position of the individual in the society context. Indeed, to better express this concept, he portrays himself in each painting as a figure that represents a specific moment related to a specific social problem. The figure always wears pajamas to represent all patients in real life and in a diseased society without faith and religion. This figure sometimes gets worried, sometimes frowns while thinking, and sometimes has a quirky smile. Moreover, Zhao created for each painting a dialogue between an imaginary Doctor and an imaginary patient, who are discussing the specific social issue painted.

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Zhou Wendou (b.1970), China In Fact, We All Live on an Isolated Island 2013 World map, aluminum board Series of 3, each unique 200 x 270 cm Zhou uses maps to examine the relationship between the individual and the world. For “In Fact, We All Live on an Isolated Island”, Zhou cut a world map into 2cm x 2cm squares and created a mosaic in which the squares are rearranged according to color and contour lines. The resulting arrangement is one large landmass surrounded by water on allsides – the artist’s version of the human fate that we will all face.

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BI OGR A PH Y


Lin Jingjing Education Graduated from the Fine Arts Department of Fujian University, China Completed Advanced studies at The Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China

Solo Exhibitions 2014 “Promise Again For The First Time” , de Sarthe Gallery , Hong Kong 2012 “Possible of Impossible” Neues Kunstforum , Cologue , Germany 2012 “My Promise for Your Happiness” Alexander Ochs Gallery , Beijing, China 2011 “The Method Of Paradox” Chile National Art museum plaza Vespucio, Santiago, Chile 2011 ”Rose Rose” Chile National Art museum plaza Trebol ,Concepcion,Chile 2011 “Public Privacy” White Box Art Center , Beijing, China 2009 “I want to be with you forever” Song zhuang Art Museum,Beijing,China 2008 “Flying alone” Magee Art Gallery, Madrid, Spain

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Group Exhibitions 2014 Art Basel Hong Kong, de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong 2013 Art Basel Hong Kong, de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong 2012 ”First Biennale Italy-China”, Villa Reale Di Monza, Italy 2012 Phoenix Symphony: Female Contemporary Arts, Tree Art Museum, Song Zhuang, Beijing, China 2011 “Half the sky: women in the new of China” Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, Philadelphia, USA 2011 “Memory & Identity’, MK2 Art Center, Beijing, China 2010 “Mind In Turmoil, Hand Better Busy’, Long De Xuan Art center, Beijing, China 2010 “The Possibility of Uncertainty “Song zhuang Art Museum, Beijing, China 2010 “Cruzando El Horizonte “ Chinese contemporary Art, Chile National Art museum, Santiago, Chile 2009 Gemeinsam in Bewegung-Deutschland und Chinacontemporary art, Wu han museum, China 2008 55 Days in Valencia, Chinese art meeting, Ivam museum, Valencia, Spain 2008 Time-Lag: The New Force of Chinese Contemporary Art, Magee Art Gallery, Madrid, Spain 2007 “Journey to the west” Kunstraum, Vienna, Austria 2006 Potential Dialogue - The party of Sino-Austria young artists, RCM ART Museum, China 2005 “Archaeology of The Future” The Second Triennial Of Chinese Art, Nanjing Museum, China 2004 EAST OF EAST, Ljubljana Castle, Ljubljana, Slovenja 2004 “One to one: visions - recent photographs from China” at Chambers Gallery, New York ,USA 2003 “The Different Same - contemporary Art exchange Exhibition, Du Land Modern Art Museum, Shanghai, China 2003 “The First China Art Tri-annual Exhibition”, Guangzhou Art Museum, China 2002 “Cultural Forum -- New Millennium Chinese Art works”, Tikanoja Art Museum, Vaasa, Finland 37


Wang Guofeng Education 1991 Inner Mongolia Normal University, Major in Fine Arts 1996-1998 Chinese Painting Department of Central Academy of Fine Arts Contemporary Arts Course, Central Academy of Fine Arts

Award 2014 Winner of the 8th A AC 2014 (Award of Art China - Photography)

Solo Exhibitions 2013 de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong 2010 604 Art Museum, Busan, Korea 2007 Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow, Russia

Group Exhibitions 2013 “Aura and Post Aura, 1st Beijing Photo Biennial”, The China Millennium Monument, Beijing, China “Art Basel Hong Kong”, de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong “Mind Beating” 55th Internationnal Art Exhibition Collateral event, Venice, Italy 2012 Officially invited by the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea to photograph the 100th anniversary of Kim Il Sung’s birthday. “Specially Curated Exhibition of Gwangju Biennale”, Gwangju, Korea “The Spanish International Photography Festival 2012”, Madrid, Spain “LATITUDE/ATTITUDE” Schoeni Art Gallery’s 20th Anniversary, Hong Kong “New Image after 2000”, Enjoy Museum of Art, Beijing, China

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2011 Officially invited by the Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea to photograph the socialist political architecture in North Korea. “Across History”- lnvitation of Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition, G-Dot Art Space, Beijing, China “Recalling and Shifting”, Times Art Museum, Beijing, China “No Absence” - lnaugural Exhibition of Wenxuan Art Museum 2011, Wenxuan Art Museum, Chengdu, China “Mountains Beyond Mountains” San Qing Mountain Contemporary Art Invitation Exhibition, Enjoy Museum of Art, Beijing, China 2010 “Contemporary art of China and Japan”, Busan Museum of Art, Korea “NEGOTIATIONS” The Second Today’s Documents 2010, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China “Encountering”, Joyart, Dashanzi 798, Beijing, China Stage Art Installations Making for National Bern Theatre, Zurich Theatre and Theater Basel, Bern, Zurich, Basel, Switzerland 2009 “Contemporary art of China and Japan”, Busan Museum of Art, Korea “NEGOTIATIONS” The Second Today’s Documents 2010, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China “Encountering”, Joyart, Dashanzi 798, Beijing, China Stage Art Installations Making for National Bern Theatre, Zurich Theatre and Theater Basel, Bern, Zurich, Basel, Switzerland 2008 “3rd Nanjing Triennial”, Nanjing Museum, China “The 5th Seoul International Media Art Biennale” Media City Seoul 2008, Seoul Museum of Art, Korea “Real Photography Award”, ING Real Estate B.V.Rotterdam, Netherlands “The Oriental Rainbow” - An lndex of lnmages in China’s Urbanization Process, Magee Art Gallery, Madrid 2007 “2nd Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art”, Moscow, Russia “Guangzhou Photo Biennial”, Guangdong museum of Art, Guangzhou, China “The First Today’s Documents”, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China Shortlisted for “Real Photography Award”, Netherlands “Hyper Reality”, Dr.Gallery, Beijing, China “Chinese Contemporary Photography Exhibition”, Epson, Shanghai, China “Digital Soul”, China Beijing Art Seasons, Beijing, China “Incarnations of Dragon” New York Photo Exhibition, China Square Art Center, New York, United States “2007 Beijing 798 Art Festival”, Beijing, China 2006 “The 6th Shanghai Biennale 2006”, Shanghai Art Museum, China “Chinese Art Today”, National Art Museum, Beijing, China “Harvest”, 2nd Photo Expo at Art Scene Warehouse, Shanghai, China “Casino - A Special Art Experiment”, TRA Gallery, Beijing, China “New Chinese Occidentalism”, The House, Beijing “International Digital Photo Project”, Loop Space, Seoul, Korea “Soldiers at the Gates”, Dashanzi 798, Beijing

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2005 “Banana Surfer”, Ieum Gallery, Dashanzi 798, Beijing 2004 “Public Territory: Public Space and Urban Environment, the 1st Architectural Biennial Beijing”, Capital Architectural Design Museum Multimedia Video Production in Theater Terminal-Beijing, Beijing People’s Art Theater, China “Chinese Eyes”, Paris, France 2003 “Time After Time”, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, United States “Chinese Experimental Film Festival”, Tate Modern, London,UK “China Art Today”, Beijing, China “Contemporary Chinese Photography”, New York University, U.S.A “10th Biennial of Moving Images”, Center of Moving Image, Geneva, Switzerland “Milan Film Festival 2003”, Milan, Italy “New Zone:Chinese Art”, Zachęta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland “INVIDEO: International Exhibition of Video Art and Cinema Beyond”, Milan, Italy “Concept In Situ” , The Villa Art Museum, Beijing, China “Flood” Contemporary Art Exhibition, Beijing, China “Measuring the Pupil Distance” Video Art Festival, Shenzhen, China 2002 “The 2nd Seoul International Media Art Biennale” Media City Seoul 2002, Seoul Museum of Art, Korea “Limit of Body”, Beijing, China “Make Dreams: Portrait”, Shanghai, China “Poetry of the Winds” 2002 Flag Festival”, Seoul, Korea “Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition”, Gwangju Art Museum, Korea “When Latitudes Become Forms:Art in a Global Age”, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, U.S.A “Video Zone 2002”, Tel Aviv, Israel “To Each His Own Contemporary Art Exhibition”, Guangzhou, China 2001 “Beijing Loft Digital Art Festival”, Beijing, China “Status and Boundary”, Beijing, China “Sino-Germany New Media Art Week”, Beijing and Tour, China “0°C Contemporary Art Exhibition”, Beijing Budge Art Workshop, Beijing, China “Different Art Channel”, Shenyang, China 2000 “Post Material”, Red Gate Gallery, Beijing, China “Turn of the Century,:XieYang Island Project”, North Bay of Guangxi Province, Guangxi, China “2000 Chinese Internet & Video Art Exhibition”, Changchun, China “Chinese Magic”, Shanghai, China “Idea Communication” Experimental Photography in China at the End of the 20th Century, Asian Contemporary Arts Archives of Italy “Contact”, Beijing, China “Virtual and Real”, Beijing, China 1999 “Out of Control”, Beijing, China “Defined and Exceed”, Beijing, China “A Hundred Surnames”, Nanjing, China 40


Zhao Jinhe Education 1992 Graduated from Harbin Normal University, Harbin, China

Solo Exhibitions 2011 Love Who Who Exhibition, and Performance Art “Painted Dish”, Shanghai Fengjing Arts Gallery, Shanghai, China 1999 “Gourmet Landscape”, Hilton Hotel Gallery, Beijing, China

Group Exhibitions 2014 Art Basel Hong Kong, de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong 2013 Art Taipei, de Sarthe Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan Sydney Contemporary, Sydney, Australia Art Basel Hong Kong, de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong “Last Phase of an Age,” Performance, Chaobai River, Beijing, China 2012 Art Taipei, de Sarthe Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan 2011 Xin Chang Zhen Culture Museum Exhibition, Shanghai, China “Contemporary Oil Painting” Exhibition, Pudong Library, Pudong, China Anti-war Performance Art “Smashing Eggs”, Oriental Art District, Shanghai, China 2010 Shanghai Spring Art Salon Exhibition, Shanghai, China 2009 Beijing 798 0PEN Performance Art Festival, Beijing Performance Art, Includes “A Red Line”, “A Space”, “Art Market Promotional”, “You Choose the Power, I Choose the Dishes” “I Want to Fly Higher”, “Wash”, Beijing, China 2008 Second Joint Exhibition of Eastern Art Museum, Beijing, China Art Fair in Cologne, Germany 2007 Song Zhuang Art Gallery Group Exhibition, Beijing, China 2006 “Appointment with Rainbow” Exhibition, the 21st Century Hotel, Beijing, China Opening Exhibition of Times Art Museum, Times Art Museum, Beijing, China 2005 Songzhuang Art Festival, Songzhuang Art Zone, Beijing, China 41


2004 “Love Painting and Zhang Yongping”, FaFa Gallery, Beijing, China 2003 “Hundreds of Young Painters of Modern Painting Exhibition”, Mainland Art Museum, Beijing, China

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Zhou Wendou Education 2003 DEA (Diploma of Advanced Studies) , Academy of Fine Arts, University of Complutense, Madrid, Spain 2001 Courses of Doctorate. Academy of Fine Arts, University of Complutense, Madrid, Spain 1996 Graduation in the Central Academy of Art and Design. Beijing, China

Solo Exhibitions 2013 “The study”, Other Gallery, Shanghai , China 2010 “The use of the useless”, Other Gallery, Beijing, China 2009 Estampa Gallery, Madrid, Spain 2007 Estampa Gallery, Madrid, Spain

Group Exhibitions 2014 “The study”, Other Gallery, Shanghai , China 2013 Art Taipei, de Sarthe Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan Sydney Contemporary, Sydney, Australia Art Beijing (Other Gallery), Beijing, China 2012 ShContemporary Art Fair (Other Gallery), Shanghai, China Architecture China-The 100 Contemporary Projects, Reiss Engelhorn, Museen(REM), Germany Art Stage Singapore 2012 ‫ ( ‏‬Other Gallery), Singapore 2011 “How To Philosophize With A Hammer ”, WHITE BOX, New York, USA ShContemporary Art Fair (Other Gallery), _____Shanghai, China “The second session of the China Sculpture Exhibition ”, Wenzhou, China 2010 “Suspensions of disbelief”, Other Gallery, Shanghai, China

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2009 “Beijing time” Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition, Matadero de Madrid, Spain “XIII Premio Unicaja de Fotografía”, Almeria, Spain “Originaire—Installation Exhibition” Deshan Art Space, Beijing, China Estampa Art Fair (Estampa Gallery), Madrid, Spain


2008 “Chinese Biennial”, KU Art Center, Beijing, China Estampa Art Fair (Estampa Gallery), Madrid, Spain V Art Madrid Fair (Estampa Gallery), Madrid, Spain 2007 “[68] Exposicion Internacional de Arte Plasticas de Valdepenas” Ciudad Real, Spain Estampa Art Fair TENTACIONES Participants, Madrid, Spain Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts, University of Complutense, Madrid, Spain 2006 “XXXIII Premio Bancaixa”. IVAM, Valencia, Spain “IX Mostra Internacional UNION FENOSA” A Coruna, Spain Gallery of the Academy of Fine Arts, University of Complutense, Madrid, Spain Estampa Art Fair (Fundación Antonio Pérez), Madrid, Spain 2003 Angeles Penche Gallery, Madrid, Spain 2000 Gallery of Venice Academy of Fine Arts, Venice, Italy “XVIII Premio Internacional de Pintura Eugenio Hermoso”, Badajoz, Spain 1999 Duayer Gallery, Madrid, Spain Victoria Hidalgo Gallery, Madrid, Spain Museum of the Obispo Vellosillo, Segovia, Spain Arte Paloma 18 Gallery, Burgos, Spain

Museum and Collections White Rabbit Collection, Sydney, Australia Fundación Antonio Pérez, Cuenca, Spain Academy of Fine Arts, University of Complutense, Madrid, Spain Fundación Estampa , Madrid, Spain Museums San Clemente, Cuenca, Spain

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Published on the occasion of de Sarthe Gallery exhibition:

October 23 – December 6, 2014

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