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André Domon

Marlon de Azambuja

Brazil  

 

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Born in St. Antonio da Patrulha-RS, Brazil in 1978, currently resides and works in Madrid, Spain. He studied at the Edilson Viriato Center of Contemporary Art in Curitiba, Brazil and has created diverse exhibitions in different countries within Latin America and Europe. Some of his solo exhibitions include: (Levels), Espai Quatro Casal Solleric / Palma de Mallorca, Spain 2010; (Sculptural Potential), Matadero, Abierto X Obras / Madrid, Spain, 2009; (Modern Project), Galería Luis Strina / Sao Paulo, Brazil (curated by Adriano Pedrosa) also in 2009.He has also participated in several group shows, some of which include: Kierkegaard’s Walk, Galería Marilha Razuk / Sao Paulo, Brazil 2010; (Un-Inhabitable), Spanish Cultural Center / Lima, Peru 2010; (Synergies),MEIAC / Badajoz, Spain 2010;Grants from the Arts and Rights Foundation and the Aid for Mobility of the Matadero Madrid in 2010 and 2009. His works are part of collections at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Parana, the Oscar Niemeyer Museum in Brazil, as well as the OTR and the Sabadell Bank Collections in Spain.

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