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Aitor Lajarin

1978 Spain

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Vitoria-Gasteiz, 1978 Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of the Basque Country in 2002, he subsequently made doctoral courses at the same University. Painting is part of the bulk of the work of Aitor Lajarín, being also the origin of his work in the field of photography and installation, since “sometimes it asks to be translated into mechanical image or expanded in space”, according to his own words. He lived and worked for a while in the city of Barcelona until 2007, when he received the Artium Fellowship for creation and research in the United States and thus moved to the city of Los Angeles at the beginning of 2008. This allowed him to expand his artistic perspective and serve as inspiration for some of his works, like the Night Walker series, which reflects the night world in this city. His work shows, narrates and flows parallel to the cinema, with the aim of conceiving each series as an entity with its own personality.
SOLO EXHIBITIONS: 2017 -Crickets, Heritage Square Museum, Los Angeles, CA, curated by Lucia Fabio. -Crickets, Trumpet Ballad, Vacancy LA, Los Angeles, CA. 2016 -Rumiante, Artnueve gallery, Murcia. Spain. 2015 -Teatro Absurdo de Ideas Logicas, Instituto de las Artes y la Cultura, Puebla, Mexico, curated by Michael Murillo. -The Ruminant and the Pond, University of California, San Diego. ​2012 -Ideas, objetos, acoplamientos, Palma Dotze galllery, Barcelona. Spain 2011 -La Orilla, Trayecto gallery, Spain. 2010 -Postcity, Artium Museum, Spain. 2008 -Night walker, Parra & Romero gallery, Madrid, Spain. 2007 -Lost, Trayecto gallery, Vitoria, Spain. ​-Cuts, Artnueve gallery, Murcia, Spain. 2006 -Una X marca el lugar, Saladeestar, Sevilla, Spain. ​2005 -Rectangle, Montehermoso Art Center, Vitoria, Spain. -Life & Style, Artnueve gallery, Murcia. Spain, -My little empire, Blanca Soto Gallery, Madrid, Spain.

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2018

31 x 23 cm

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