Almudena LOBERA

Almudena LOBERA


Graduated from HISK Higher Institute for Fine Arts (Post-academic Programme) in Ghent, Belgium, 2016.

Recent 5 main activities (personal exhibitions, group exhibitions, concerts) are
-"Véase ibíd.", solo, Arroniz Gallery, México City, 2018
-"Mystic Properties", group, Art Brussels Special Project, Brussels, 2018
-"What is Lost", solo, Island, Brussels, 2017
-"And no matter that the phone rings" CCI Fabrika-Moscow Biennale Special Projects, Moscow, 2015
-"A Sight to Behold", solo, Faena District Miami Beach. Miami, 2015

Other activities (including awards received) are
- Fundación BBVA Leonardo Grant for Researchers and Cultural Creators 2018 (Spain)
- Royal Academy of Spain in Rome Residency Grant 2014 (Italy)
- ABC Award - solo project at ARCO Fair 2013. Madrid (Spain)

She has exhibited internationally, including Flora, Bogotá (2017/CO), Emergent, Veurne (2017/BE), Fundación Luis Seoane, Coruña (2016/ES), BOZAR Art on Paper, Brussels (2016/BE), Bronx Museum, New York (2014/USA), Fabra i Coats, Barcelona (2014/ES), Matadero, Madrid (2012/ES), Casa Encendida, Madrid (2012/ES), among others. She is part of the artists' platforms: Oral Memories, SCAN-Arte and Matadero Madrid Archive.

About works / performance

Return to Light State, 2016, Open frame, threads and glass wall. 50 x 40 x 55 cm (piece) / 250 x 120 x 1 cm (glass)

Exploring Hands, 2015-2016, Sculpture (marble dust and resin), glass and shelf. Hands of the artist Albrecht Dürer (copied from the painting Self-portrait, 1498, Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid)

Beam of Darkness, 2015-2016, Lacquered resin sculpture emerging from a hole on the wall in a white-cube room / Drawing, ink and pencil, 150 x 210 x 40 cm / 40 x 50 cm

WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get), 2017, Piece of two oil paintings on wood with engraved frames. 33,9 x 24,5 x 2 cm each one

Practices Surfacing, 2017, Installation. Copper piece, photography, pedestals, intervention on the walls and vinyl text on the glass.

Superficial Reading, 2013, Installation. Drawing on paper and laser engraved frames, variable dimensions between 43 and 20 cm.