Albert García-Alzórriz (Barcelona, 1992) graduated in Fine Arts and Architecture. He was a teaching assistant in the Department of Architectural Projects at the ETSAB (2014-2017), as well as assistant to the artist Jordi Colomer during the realisation of the Spanish Pavilion for the 57th Art Biennale of Venice (2017). He was a finalist in the second edition of the CCCB's International Award for Cultural Innovation for his collective project ‹3 EARTH (Barcelona, 2017). Amongst his recent work the following projects stand out: the architectural project for the creation, research and artistic production laboratory, La Infinita, in Hospitalet; the scenography for the play, Here (Sala Beckett, Barcelona/Volksbühne, Berlin); and the documentary, Tras los Eucaliptos (2018). Amongst other places, his work as been shown at the Valencia Institute of Modern Art, at the Alcances 50th Festival of Documentary Film, and at ROVER, a project by Víctor Ruíz-Colomer and Joe Highton for Manifesta...12 in Palermo.
Gustavo Pérez Diez, Grandes Eventos, 30 abr de 2019
En los Pabellones Nacionales de España, México, Brasil, Portugal, Argentina, Perú, Uruguay, Chile, Guatemala, Cuba, Venezuela y República Dominicana participan 22 artistas y colectivos, la mayoría estrenándose en la cita ...
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