Paloma Navares

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Paloma Navares. ARCO'92. Madrid. Spain.

Paloma Navares is an interdisciplinary Spanish Artist.

Biography[edit]

Paloma Navares was born in Burgos, Spain. She lives and works in Madrid and Alicante in Spain. She is the mother of Begoña Muñoz, film maker David Muñoz and visual artist Paloma Muñoz. She works with technology, space, light and other techniques to create her own personal plastic language; she also teaches art, i.e. the course Sculpture, Object, Installation at the Salzburg International Summer Academy from 1999 until 2002 (1) in Salzburg, Austria. She has curated and managed international art events such as in 1986 the cycle of videos and installations Culture and New Technologies called Processes at the Centro de Arte Reina Sofia in Madrid. In 1984 and 1986 she directed the Video Festivals I and II in the Circulo de Bellas Artes in Madrid. In 1985 she managed the New Video & Technologies Contest in the Circulo de Bellas Artes in Madrid; in 1998 she organized the exhibition Images and Photography at the Huesca Image Festival and again in the 45th International Photography Salon of Oviedo. Her first audiovisual work was related to dance and performance. In 1985-1986 she created Seravan; A Song for a Fallen Tree and Origin and Moonlit Nights which were mainly exhibited in art centers and museums in Europe. In 1997-98 she did the scenery design for The House of Forgetfulness and Bodies of Shadow and Light with the company Lanonima Imperial. In 2004 she did a scenery design project for the opera Juana in the opera in Halle. Since she began her art career in 1979 she has exhibited in more than one hundred venues around the world and her work has been seen in fairs and art biennials. Her work can be found in museums, institutions and private and public collections.

Her Work[edit]

Her search for subjects with a social background have led her to delve ever more deeply into the world of woman, her rituals, customs and traditions. Paloma’s plastic language is based on the idea of hybridisation supported by the use of mixed media, combined disciplines and often, the use of industrial materials. Photography, video, sound and light all work together in her installation art, sculptures, objects and collages.

Exhibitions (selection)[edit]

Paloma Navares. ARCO'09. Madrid. Spain.
Paloma Navares. 2001 - 2002
Paloma Navares. 1996 - 2002
Paloma Navares. 2003
Paloma Navares. 1996 - 1997
Paloma Navares. Milenia, del corazón y el artificio. 1998
  • 2013.Reflection Cruise. The Celebrity Art Collection, 1990-2012.* Itinerante por Estados Unidos.
Museum der Moderne Salzburg Mönchsberg. Salzburg. Austria.
Cultural Center of Spain. Mexico. Mexico DF. Mexico.
  • 2009.Other Wildernesses. (Other Heathlands) Women's’ worlds Intinerary
Museo MARTE, San Salvador. El Salvador.
  • 2008.I Poznan Biennale 2008. Poznan. Poland.
  • 2007.Chiesa di Santa Eulalia dei Catalani. Palermo. Italy.
Palace of the Duke of Sassuolo. Modena. Italy.
MAM Mario Mauroner Contemporary Art, Vienna. Vienna. Austria.
  • 2006.Museum of Fine Arts of Santander, Spain. [3]
Fine Arts Museum, Chateau de Linardié, Musée-Château du Cayla. Toulouse. Francia.
Ciottoli, Ciottoli, Flowers from my little Garden. 2003-2006. Cervantes Institute of Rome, Italy.
Château de Linardié. France.
  • 2004.Savings Bank of Burgos Art Center. Burgos. Spain. [4]
Queen Sofia National Museum Art Center collection, Madrid. Spain.[5]
Museum of Contemporary Spanish Art, Palma, Spain.[5]
Museum of Abstract Spanish Art. Cuenca. Juan March Foundation, Madrid. Spain.[5]
  • 2003.King Alfonso Henriques Foundation. Paço de Sousa. Oporto. Portugal.
Telefonica Art and Technology Foundation. Madrid, Spain.
Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation. Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Vila Casas Foundation, Volart Space, La Esfera, Barcelona, Spain.[6]
IVAM. Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno. Valencia. Spain.
  • 2002.Art Hall in Emden, Germany.
Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz. Germany.
Landesmuseum. Linz. Austria.
Moscow Bienniale. Michael Krokin Gallery Moscow, Russia.
  • 2001.Modern Art Museum. Oostend, Belgium.
Donjon de Vez Chateu, France.
  • 2000.Kunstsammlun. Nordrhein-Westfalen, Düsseldorf. Germany.
ZKM, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie. (Center for Art and Technological Media). Karlsruhe. Germany.
National Gallery. Prague, Czech Republic.
  • 1999. Residence Gallery Museum. Salzburg, Austria.
Jahresmuseum, Mürzzuschlag. Austria.
Städtische Kunstammlungen Chemnitz. Germany.
Lichtenstein Palace. Vienna, Austria.
Zoutleeuw. Brussels. Belgium.
  • 1998.Sala Ibere Camargo. Porto Alegre. Brazil.
Art Museum of the Caixa Foundation. Girona, Spain.
Upper Austrian Regional Museum. Linz. Austria.
Fine Arts Museum of Caracas. Venezuela.
  • 1997.Alejandro Otero Museum. Caracas. Venezuela.
International Festivals of Lima. Peru.
Site Gallery Sheffield, Fotofeis, and Zone Gallery, Edinburgh. Scotland.
Watershed, Bristol. Nottingham University Art Centre, Nottingham. Great Britain.
Portalen Koge Bugt Kulturhus. Holland.
HispanoAmerican Art Bienniale of Lima. Peru.
  • 1996.Overbeck-Gesellsghaft. Lübeck. Germany.
Konsthallen. Göteborg. Sweden. [7]
Art and Technology Foundation Telefónica Madrid, Spain.
Art Space of Yvonamor Palix. Paris, France.
  • 1995.Fifth Centennial, Le Zitelle. Bienniale Area. Venice, Italy.
Metronom Space. Barcelona, Spain.
Municipal Gallery of Ljubljiana. Slovenia.
  • 1994. Kunsthallen Brandts Klaedefabrik. Odense. Denmark.
Norrköpings Konstmuseum. Norrköping. Sweden.
  • 1992.Modern Art Museum, Stiftung Ludwig. Vienna, Austria.
  • 1991.Montrouge Art Center. Paris, France.
  • 1986. Queen Sophia National Art Center. Madrid. Spain.
  • 1985.Juana de Aizpuru Gallery. Sevilla. Spain.

Publications (selection)[edit]

  • Travesia. Paisajes de interior.1987-2010. Universidad Complutense de Madrid (in English and Spanish). 2011. ISBN 978-84-96701-43-4. 
  • Otros paramos. AECID (in English and Spanish). 2009. ISBN 978-84-8347-115-9. 
  • Dell’Anima ferita. Comune di Sassuolo (in Italian and Spanish). 2007. ISBN 84-88252-58-7. 
  • Del alma herida. Instituto Cervantes (in English and Spanish). 2006. ISBN 84-88252-58-7. 
  • Nueva tecnología. Nueva iconografía. Nueva fotografía. Fotografía de los años 80 y 90 en la colección del Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Juan March Foundation Art and Science Publishing House (in Spanish). 2004–2005. ISBN 84-7075-522-6. ISBN 84-89935-49-1. 
  • Travesía 90–03. CAB Art Center of the Burgos Savings Bank (in English and Spanish). 2004. ISBN 84-87152-93-7. 
  • Espacios Fronterizos. Pilar and Joan Miró Foundation (in Catalonian). 2003–2004. ISBN 84-89034-64-8. 
  • Stand by. Municipal Museum of Málaga (in English and Spanish). 2002–2003. ISBN 84-87035-93-0. 
  • Al Filo. Art and Technology Foundation of Telefonica (in English and Spanish). 2003. ISBN 84-89884-40-4. 
  • Milenia, del corazón y el artificio. Residenzgalerie Salzburg (in English and German). 1999. ISBN 39004715401 Check |isbn= value (help). 
  • Pendientes del corazón. Town Hall of Girona and the Caixa de Catalunya Foundation (in Catalonian and English). 1998. Dip. Legal. GI-833/98. 
  • Recipiente de lágrimas. Sa Nostra Center (in Catalonian, English and Spanish). 1998. ISBN 84-89632-61-8. 
  • Luces de hibernación. Junta de Castilla y León (in Spanish). 1997. ISBN 84-7846-558-8. 
  • Fragmentos del jardín de la memoria. Telefonica Art and Technology Foundation. (in English and Spanish). 1996. ISBN 84-390-4305-1 Check |isbn= value (help). 
  • Nymphen, Venus, Evas und andere Musen. Overbeck-Gesellsghaft. Lübeck. (in German and Spanish). 1996. 
  • Otros Paraísos. Museum Moderner Kunst, Stiftung Ludwig. Vienna. (in German and Spanish). 1992. ISBN 84-7952-077-9. 

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