About

About

As a youth, Andres began his sculpting career by modeling in clay, and discovered his interest and talent in creating three-dimensional art.
After maturing his techniques in clay, Andres then felt the need to further develop his art by working in stone, wood, and metal.
In recent years he has specialized solely in working with stone as he feels that this is the material he most strongly identifies with, and by exploiting the maximum possibilities of the stone, allows him to play with form, texture, and contrast in a way that best expresses
His work is represented in:
The World Sculpture Park. Changchun, China.
“Sculptures from the End of the Century”. Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art. Seoul, South Korea.
Private and public collections in Asia, Europe, and Latin America.
Since 1999 he is member of the International Association of Sculpture. Seoul, South Korea.

Representado en:
The World Sculpture Park. Changchun, China
“Sculptures from the end of the century”. Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Art. Seúl, Corea del Sur
Colecciones privadas en Asia, Europe y Latino America.
Desde 1999 es miembro del International Association of Sculpture. Seúl, Corea del Sur.

Solo Exhibitions
-2012-2014 permanent exhibitions in his own art space at Estudio Abierto Gavilano, Barcelona, Spain.
-2004 “Terra”. Archangel Cultural Center, Vienna, Austria.
-2002 “Talismanes y mandalas”Rastros Gallery, Cochabamba, Bolivia.
-2002 “Talismanes y mandalas” Alternative Art Center. La Paz, Bolivia.
-1999“Eye of the Hurricane”. Art Space, Hotel Europa. La Paz, Bolivia.
-1999“Born Virgo”. Rastros Gallery. Cochabamba, Bolivia.
Exposición Permanente de sus Obras
-Estudio Abierto Gavilano, Barcelona, España.
-Espai Cultural Francolí:en colaboración con Teresarius Art Promoters. -Calle Francoli 13, pral.Barcelona, España.
-Escultures Mediterrànies.Girona, España.

Group Exhibitions
-2012 Farró Putxet Open Workshops VI Edition.
-2008 Farró Putxet Open Workshops II Edition.
-2007 “Sodalite Sculptures”. Corte Inglés Art Gallery. Barcelona, Spain.
-2006 “The feelings of water”. Collective Christmas Exhibition. Club Natación Barcelona, Spain.
-2006 Teresarius Artists Collective. Francolí Cultural Space. Barcelona, Spain.
-2006 “Off the Canvas”. Defined Art Gallery. Surrey, London, UK.
-2005 Zero.com Gallery. Barcelona, Spain.
-2005 Cincómonos Art Space. Barcelona, Spain.
-2005 New Millennium Center for the Diffusion of Art. Barcelona, Spain.
-2004“S.O.S. for a pair of Slippers”. Center for Alternative Art. La Paz, Bolivia.
-2004 Conference of Latin American Presidents. Convention Center Los Tajibos. Santa Cruz,Bolivia.
-2004 Arcogarten Gallery. Linzer, Austria.
-2003“Viento Del Sur”. Center for Alternative Art. La Paz, Bolivia.
-2003-“Fragility”. Los Tajibos. Santa Cruz, Bolivia.
-2002 “Bolivian Art in Uraguay”. El Pais Contemporary Art Museum. Montevideo, Uraguay.
-2002 “Bolivian Art Circuit”. City wide art exhibit organized by the Taipinquiri Cultural Center. La Paz, Bolivia.
-2001 “International Sculpture Exhibition”. Seoul Art Center. Seoul, South Korea.
-2001 “Contemporary Bolivian Art”. National Art Museum. Santiago, Chile.
-1999 “International Sculptors Interchange Exhibition”. Seoul Metropolitan Museum of Contemporary Art. Seoul, South Korea.
-1998 “International Stone Sculpture Exhibition”. Villa Carlos Paz Cultural House. Cordoba,Argentina.
-1995 Contemporary Archangels”.Arte Único gallery, La Paz, Bolivia.Monumental Work

Monumental sculptures
-2012 “En busca de la Luz”, Sant Adrià del Besos, Barcelona, Spain.
-2003 “Fósil del futuro” Alcides D`Orbigny Natural History Museum. Cochabamba, Bolivia.
-2001 “Diversidad en Equilibrio”. 22 ton granite sculpture. 6m x 4m x 2.4m. Las Banderas plain, El Prado, Cochabamba, Bolivia.
-2000 “Bolivian Women”. Sculpted in Marble. 4m x 1m x 1m. International Sculpture Park. Changchun, China.
-1999 “Simbiosis”. Homage to the Bolivian scientist Dr. Ovidio Suárez. Metal and wood sculpture. 2.20m x 1.40m x 1.20m Cochabamba, Bolivia.
-1998 “Mama Uma”.Homage to water. Marble Sculpture. 1.20m x .80m x .80m. Villa Carlos Paz. Cordoba Argentina.
-1998 “Ala de Libertad” Homage to the Bolivian former president Villarroel. Metal sculpture. 14m x 6m x 2m. Military College. La Paz,Bolivia.
-1997 “Resurrección”. Metal Sculpture. 3.6m x 1,8m x 1.8m. General Cemetery, Cochabamba, Bolivia.
-1993 “Amistad” Sculpted in hollowed concrete. 3m x 1m x 1m. Friendship Square La Paz, Bolivia.

Trophies
-2015-2016 Amnesty International award for the International Documentary Film Festival,DOCS Barcelona, Spain.
-2012-2016 Schibsted Motor Awards, Coches.net and Motos.net, Madrid, Spain.
-2013-2016 International Fencing Competition, Associazione degli Amici Dello Sport, Liceo Italiano, Barcelona, Spain.
-2001-2002 The Facetas Prize. Cochabamba, Bolivia.
-2003- 2004 The New Economy Prize. La Paz, Bolivia.

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Andrés Gavilano afirma:

Andrés Gavilano’s study is located inside a garden center in Gava,
Barcelona. It’s a place where art and nature come together, uniting
different cultures and generations, a space where artist and public can
share the creative process of the work, in the constantly changing surroundings of nature

A visit to the studio is an extraordinary experience that enables us to
witness the creative development of the work and its final result, and
also talk with the artist about his work.

Gavilano’s Open Studio invites us to explore the connections between art,
nature and spirituality.

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Meet the artist

To meet the artist and his work visit us at Gavilano’s Open Studio:invites us to explore the connections between art,
nature and spirituality. Garden Center Bordas en Gavà, Barcelona, Av. Del Mar. s/n

In the press


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