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I studied graphic design at the Art School Pau Gargallo in Badalona (2002-2003) and illustration at the Massana School of Barcelona (2002-2005), where I graduated in the final project with a First Class Honors with travelogue about immigration in Barcelona entitled "From Barcelona to the world".
Among the books that have been published with my illustrations I highlight two personal projects: From Barcelona to the Món (From Barcelona to the World, Tabelaria ediciones, 2007), a travel notebook on immigration in Barcelona with drawings and paintings made at street level, and the illustrated tale for children MÍRIAM (Pol • len Ediciones, 2013), with texts by the oral narrator and storyteller Ruth Rodriguez Queralt.
Although I did not study any specific painting, my grandmother was the landscape painter Carmen Gandía (1923-2001) and that was weighed little by little until, at 2008, I began to dedicate much more time to painting pictures. I have exhibited more than fifteen individual exhibitions in around seventy spaces of the most varied, from hotels such as those of the Eurostars chain, galleries such as the Academy of Fine Arts of Sabadell or even monasteries such as Oseira, in Galícia.
|Participation Date:||Jul 16 2015|