Ignasi Aballì

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Ignasi Aballí (born in 1958) is a Spanish artist. He is one of Spain's well known artists.[1]

Artist's background[change | change source]

Aballí tried some ways to make his art. He has done art shows in Italy and Australia. In 2015, he showed his work in France.[2][3] Aballí won an award called the Joan Miró prize in 2015.

Solo art shows[change | change source]

2016

2015

  • sin principio / sin final, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (Spain)
  • Gabinet: Ignasi Aballí. Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern, Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
  • Presque visible, Cortex Athletico, Paris (France)

2014

  • Double readings, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels (Belgium)
  • Seeing visions, Galeria Estrany De La Mota, Barcelona (Spain)
  • Something is wrong, Galeria Pedro Oliveira, Oporto (Portugal)

2013

  • Three hours of light, Empty Cube, Lisboa (Portugal)
  • Mirar (el otro lado), Galeria Elba Benitez, Madrid (Spain)

2012

  • This is not the end, Lower East Gallery, Artium, Barcelona (Spain)
  • Galeria Proyecto Paralelo, México DF (Mexico)

2011

  • En el aire, Fundacion Roson Arte Contemporaneo (RAC), Pontevedra (Spain)
  • CMYK Color System, Galeria Estrany De La Mota, Barcelona (Spain)
  • Transparència, ACVIC, Centre d’arts contemporànies de Vic, Vic (Spain)

2010

  • Transparent States, Meessen De Clercq, Brussels (Belgium)
  • Teoria, Pinacoteca do Estado, São Paulo (Brasil)
  • Pòsit, Fundació Guinovart, Agramunt, Lleida (Spain)
  • Index, Sommergarten, Berlin (Germany)

2009

  • Coming soon, Galerija Vartai, Vilnius (Lithuania)
  • Nothing or something, Suitcase Art Projects, Today Art Museum, Beijing (China
  • Inside Job (with Karin Sander), curated by Maria de Corral and Dan Cameron, galerie Nächt St. Stephan, Wien (Austria)
  • Posible/Probable. Galeria Elba Benitez, Madrid (Spain)
  • Zona euro, Banco de España, Madrid (Spain)

2008

  • 52 words, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona (Spain)
  • To Show. Meessen De Clercq Brussels (Belgium)[5]
  • Sem Actividada. Museu de Portimao, Portimao (Portugal)
  • Tempo morto. Galeria Pedro Oliveira, Porto (Portugal)
  • Malas Hierbas. Real Jardín Botánico, Madrid (Spain)
  • Classificar. Galería Estrany- De la Mota, Barcelona (Spain)

2007

  • Les partes y el todo. Fundacio Foto Colectania, Barcelona (Spain)

2006

  • 0-24h, Museum of Contemporary Art Serralves, Porto (Portugal)
  • 0-24h, Ikon Gallery Birmingham (UK)
  • 0-24h, Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie/ZKM, Karlsruhe (Germany)
  • Inmigrants, Clockshop, Los Angeles, California (USA)

2005

  • 0-24h, MACBA, Museum of Contemporary Art, Barcelona (Spain)[6]

2004

  • Nada-para-ver, Museo de Bellas Artes de Santander, Santander (Spain)
  • Un año, Galería Elba Benítez, Madrid (Spain)

2003

  • Desapariciones, Galería Estrany - De la Mota, Barcelona (Spain)

2002

  • Desapariciones, Espacio Uno, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (Spain)
  • Presencias, Galeria Pedro Oliveira, Porto (Portugal)
  • Manipulaciones, Nouvelle Galerie, Grenoble (France)

2000

  • A diario, H. Associació per a les Arts Contemporànies, Vic.Barcelona (Spain)
  • Malgastar, Sala de Arte Josep Bages, El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona (Spain)
  • Libros, Glass Cabinet, Galería Estrany-de la Mota, Barcelona (Spain)

References[change | change source]

  1. Dubois, Colette (2011-04-20). "Ignasi Aballi, Evariste Richer". H ART. 
  2. W., S. (2015-02-14). "A la Kunsthalle. Presque la même chose...". Les Dernières Nouvelles d'Alsace. 
  3. F., D. (2015-02-13). "Les rendez-vous autour de l'expo". L'Alsace. 
  4. Patrick, Keith (2016-01-01). "Ignasi Aballi. Without Beginning/ Without End". ArtReview. 
  5. Lorent, Claude (2008-10-01). "Les mains de l'art". La Libre Belgique. 
  6. Andreus, Max (2006-09-02). "Ignasi Aballi". frieze. 

Sources[change | change source]

  • Steverlynck, Sam (2011-02-01). "Luchtig conceptualisme". Agenda. 
  • Andrews, Max (2006-09-02). "Ignasi Aballí. Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona". Frieze Magazine. 
  • Meichier, Frédérique (2015-02-13). "Translations à la Kunsthalle". L'Alsace. 
  • Pioda, Stéphane (2015-03-01). "Et aussi...". Beaux-Arts Magazine: 132.