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Iquitos (Peru), 1982

Lua Coderch

She lives and works in Barcelona, has a master’s in artistic production and research (2012) and a BA in fine art from the University of Barcelona.

Her solo shows include Gold (Fundació Suñol, Barcelona), La parte que falta (Galería Bacelos, Madrid), La muntanya màgica (Espai 13, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona. Curated by Oriol Fontdevila), Paràbola (Capella de Sant Roc, Valls. Curated by Joana Hurtado), Recopilar les fotografies sense memòria de l’arxiu familiar (EspaiDos, Terrassa. Curated by Alexandra Laudo) and Estratègies per desaparèixer (La Capella, Espai Cub, Barcelona. BCN Producció 2011). Her group shows include El futuro no espera (BCN Producció’14. Curated by Sonia Fernández Pan), The World of Interiors (The Green Parrot, Barcelona. Curated by Rosa Lleó and João Laia), Absence as a Pretext (Galeria Fran Reus, Palma de Mallorca. Curated by Tolo Cañellas), El espacio cósmico estaba ahí, en dos o tres centímetros (Galería Bacelos, Madrid and Vigo. Curated by Juan Canela), Le Périmètre interne (Institut Français, Barcelona. Curated by Andrea Rodríguez and Veronica Valentini), Critical Botox in Times of 2.0 Feudalism (Pavilion, Bucharest. Curated by Álex Brahim), ClaResil 2012mg (La Capella, Barcelona. Curated by Álex Brahim), Pogo (Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona) and Pas de deux (The Private Space, Barcelona. Curated by Pedro Torres). She was an artist-in-residence at Smart Project Space (Amsterdam) through the HANGAR- AECID International Exchange Programme and in recent years has won a PAIR scholarship from the Fundació Suñol, a scholarship for artistic creation from the Fundació Guasch-Coranty, a CoNCA scholarship for artistic research and creation in the fields of art and thought, and a production scholarship from the Catalan Government’s Sala d’Art Jove, among others. She is represented by the Galería Bacelos.

The information regarding participants is taken from a file which has not been updated since the completion date of each project.