Lara Fluxà

Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona and Master in Artistic Productions and Research, she has taken courses on glass at the National Glass Centre (Segovia), at the glass center of Barcelona and at the ceramics school of La Bisbal.

In 2018, he presented the installation Verni in the Espai 13 of the Joan Miró Foundation in Barcelona, in which he used glass and used motor oil to reflect on contingency, fragility and balance. The assembly was part of the cycle Un monstre que diu la veritat (A monster that tells the truth), for the 2018-19 season, with the collaboration of the Fundació Banc Sabadell and the curatorship of Pilar Cruz.

In 2016, he presented the exhibition Dissolution is the best solution for pollution in Amposta (Tarragona), where he already announced his concern for the idea of risk and accident, using the polluted waters of the lower stretch of the river Ebro. The project was developed around the principle of the memory of water, typical of homeopathic medicine.

The Felicia Fuster Foundation, from Barcelona, presented the Fluxà Getting around exhibition in 2016, after winning one of the Felicia Fuster grants for the creation of visual arts in the 2011 competition.

He has also had solo exhibitions in the Capilla de la Misericordia and the Maneu gallery, in Palma, and has participated in group exhibitions at the Es Baluard Museum of Contemporary Art (Mallorca), the gallery Hilvaria Studios in Tilburg (Holland), the MUU Kaapeli gallery in Helsinki (Finland), the Casal Solleric (Palma) and the Arts Santa Mónica (Barcelona). His work forms part of the collections of the city councils of Palma, Inca and Santanyí, and of the Consell de Mallorca. 




Nov. 16, 2018.

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