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Anton Alvarez


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Works by Anton Alvarez




33 x 52cm


Currently Stockholm based Swedish-Chilean Anton Alvarez is a 2012 graduate from the Royal College of Art in London. Alvarez originally studied cabinetmaking before completing an Interior Architecture and Furniture Design course at Konstfack. Alvarez’s work focuses on the design of systems and the creation of tools and processes for producing objects and architecture. Alvarez work has been exhibited internationally including solo shows at Salon94 in New York, Xue Xue institute in Taipei and Gallery Libby Sellers in London.


Royal College of Art (MFA), London, England, 2010–2012
Konstfack (BFA), Stockholm, Sweden, 2006-2009
Stenebyskolan, Cabinetmaking, Dals Långed, Sweden, 2004–2006

— The Flavour is So Strong, Larsen Warner, Stockholm, Sweden
— L'Ultima Cera, Church San Bernardino alle Monache, Milano, Italy

— Visual Vertigo, Espace Muraille, Geneva, Switzerland

— To plan the unexpected, Gallery Christian Larsen, Stockholm, Sweden
— Tropicana (together with Jonathan Trayte), Christie’s, London, UK
— Uppsala Darling (together with Lisa Stenberg), Uppsala Konstmuseum, Uppsala, Sweden

— In Search of the Unknown, Gallery Machado-Muñoz, Madrid, Spain
— Alphabet Aerobics, National Centre for Craft and Design, Sleaford, UK
— How Long is a Piece of Thread, Xue Xue institute, Taipei, Taiwan

— Show me Thread Wrapping, Show me Gallery, Encourados, Portugal
— Wrapsody, Salon 94, New York, USA

— Thread Wrapping Architecture, Steneby Konsthall, Dals Långed, Sweden
— Thread Wrapping Architecture, Gustavsbergs Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
— Wrappers Delight, Gallery Libby Sellers, London, England

— Sous La Peau, Double V Gallery, Marseille, France
—Virgula Divina (duo show with Cathrin Hoffmann), Setareh Gallery, Düsseldorf, Germany
— Ceramic Momentum, Staging the Object, Clay Keramikmuseum Denmark, Middelfart, Denmark­
— Light of Chile, 193 Gallery, Paris, France

— The Most Real Thing: contemporary textiles and sculpture, New Art Centre, Roche Court, England
— Market Art Fair, Christian Larsen gallery, Liljevalch konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden
—Unsighted, Milan, Italy
— MDR, Collectible Art Fair, Brussels, Belgium

— Arcade x Christan Lersen Gallery, London, UK
— Salon 94, Frieze, London, UK
— Gustavsbergs Konsthall Revisited, Gustavbergs konsthall, Gustavsberg, Sweden
— The Paperweight Show, Fisher Parrish Gallery, Brooklyn New York, USA
— Midtown, Salon 94, New York, USA
— Scabellon, Double V Gallery, Marseille, France

— The Plinth Project, Etage Projects, Copenhagen, Denmark
— LIFT-ON / LIFT-OFF, CRIPTA747, Turin, Italy
— Area / Test, El Matadero, Madrid, Spian
— Wild Things, Texture Museum, Kortrijk, Belgium
— The Death of Ceramics, Hangmen Projects, Stockholm, Sweden
— Color Your Life, Daelim Museum, Seoul, Korea

— Här och nu, Västerås Konstumeum, Västerås, Sweden
— Open Ended by Lidewij Edelkoort, Kazerne Gallery, Eindhoven, Netherlands
— Salon 94, Frieze, New York, USA
— Subjectivities, National Museum @ Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden

— Salon 94, Art Basel Miami Beach, Miami, USA
— Space Craft, The National Centre for Craft & Design, Lincolnshire, UK
— Konsthallen Hishullt twentieth anniversary exhibition, Hishullt Konsthall, Hishullt, Sweden
— Área Bordes, Teatro Municipal de Santiago, Chile
— Architecture of Enjoyment, Fokidos 21 and Marcelle Josepg Projects, Athens, Greece
— Salon 94, Frieze, London, UK
— Thread Wrapping Architecture 290414, Gallery Libby Sellers, London, UK
— Design At Large, Design Miami/Basel, Basel, Switzerland
— Space Craft , Platform, London, UK
— Every colour is divine, Kvadrat, Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Milan, Italy
— Desiderabilia, INR, Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Milan, Italy
— Entre deux chaises, un livre, The Boghossian Fondation, Brussels, Belgium
— Alpine Project, Kissthedesign Gallery, Lausanne, Switzerland
— Drawn From, Gallery Libby Sellers, London, England