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Ana Garcia-Pineda

1982 Sabadell, Spain

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  • About the Artist

Ana Garcia-Pineda (Sabadell, Spain, 1982) collects real stories and connects different facts in order to make narrations that gives another perspective of how things work. She also proposes poetic solutions (like Machine to make Alzheimer’s only a ect our sad memories or Machine that allows suicide victims to give away the years they were supposed to live) that just work on an abstract and unrealistic way. Her work offers poetical solutions to our everyday tragedies. Garcia-Pineda holds degrees from the Fine Arts University of Barcelona and Universität der Künste Berlin as well as post graduate degrees from Goldsmiths College London and FdM Barcelona. She has exhibited in Argentina, Brazil, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Paraguay, Spain and the US. She has exhibited individually at the Blanquerna Cultural Center in Madrid (“Fiction is a reality yet to happen”, and Espai 13 of the Miró Foundation in Barcelona. Garcia-Pineda has participated in numerous group shows, Form+Content London, Turku Biennial at Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova Museum (Finland) and Dia Art Foundation in New York. She is the recipient of the Best Catalan Artist Award (2015), the 1rst Price Injuve (2009) and has been supported and granted by institutions like Fundació Guasch Coranty, Espai Zer01 or BCN Producció-ICUB. This year she has been awarded with the Premio Generaciones by La Casa Encendida de Fundación Montemadrid. Garcia-Pineda’s work is part of collections such as Banc Sabadell Atlántico Foundation, La Caixa Foundation, and Le FRAC Corse.

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