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Tomás Espina

1975
Argentina

28 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Tomás Espina

La retirada

2014

236 x 386cm

16876,09 €

27 septiembre

2016

140 x 200cm

12657,07 €

Medios LV

2012

150 x 194cm

12657,07 €

El dia y la hora 7

2017

140 x 191cm

12657,07 €

2 de Octubre

2017

200 x 140cm

12657,07 €

Algebra 13

2016

200 x 140cm

12657,07 €

Algebra 11

2016

100 x 140cm

6328,53 €

Soluciones Potenciales 2

2015

103 x 83cm

7383,29 €

Medios LIII

2012

101 x 150cm

7383,29 €

SU Serie Nro 6

2014

120 x 80cm

7383,29 €

Medios LIV

2012

101 x 150cm

7383,29 €

BUM XXXV

2014

200 x 150 x 4.5cm

18985,60 €

Pajaros

2006

618 x 350cm

INTI Raymi Nro002

2014

183 x 220cm

INTI Raymi Nro003

2014

183 x 220cm

Tomás Espina was born in Buenos Aires in 1975; as a child and adolescent, he and his family lived in Mexico, Mozambique, Santiago (Chile), and Córdoba (Argentina). In 1997, he moved to Buenos Aires to study painting at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón (now the Universidad Nacional de Arte, UNA), from which he graduated in 2005. He has been awarded grants from the Secretaría de Cultura de la Nación (ACA) and the Atlantic Center for the Arts, the United States (2004). Major prizes received include first prize at the sixth edition of Petrobras/arteBA, Buenos Aires (2009); third prize at Premio Cultural Chandon, San Miguel de Tucumán (2005); and second prize at Premio Fundación Banco Ciudad, Buenos Aires (2002). He was named Artist of the Year in 2002 by the Asociación Argentina de Críticos de Arte, and New Artist of the Year in 2002. In 2011, he participated in the MAC VAL residency in France and in Art Omi in the United States. He is an agent of the Centro de Investigaciones Artisticas (CIA).

In 2010, Pira, a book featuring a selection of works produced from 2001 to 2010, was published.
In 2018, he—along with Florencia Rodríguez Giles—was named a professor at Artistas x Artistas, an artists’ education program run by Fundación El Mirador, and at Programa de Artistas PAC.
At the invitation of Plataforma Fluorecente, curated by Matías Umpiérrez, and in keeping with a handbook commissioned to Paul B. Preciado, he and Natalia Di Cienzo presented El Retino en una Cula (Dramaturgia para una conferencia) in 2019 at the Festival Internacional de Dramaturgia, a co-production with the twelfth edition of the Festival Internacional de Buenos Aires.