SAELIA APARICIO

 

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Samantha (2020)
Ink, acrylic and spirit stain on plywood

50 x 32 x 36cm

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Ursula (2021)
Acrylic, ink and spirit stain on CNC plywood

42 x 29 x 26cm

BIO

Saelia Aparicio (b.1982, Spain) completed her MA in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art in 2015.
 

Some Solo exhibitions include: ‘Planta, Alzado, Raiz’, The Ryder, Madrid, (2019) ‘Prótesis para
invertebrados’, La Casa Encendida, Madrid, Spain (2019); ‘The World of Craig Green and Saelia
Aparicio’, Matches Fashion and Frieze art fair, London (2019);
‘Cadena Atrofica’, Murcia, Spain in collaboration with designer Attua Aparicio
(2018); ‘Your Consequences Have Actions’, The Tetley, Leeds (2017); ‘Peaks & Troughs’, TURF
Projects, London (2017); and ‘Espeleologia epidermica’, Domus Artium, Salamanca, Spain (2015).
Selected Group shows include:‘ Dancing at The Edge Of The World’, Sarah Zanin, curated by Marcelle
Joseph, Rome (2020), The Shape of a circle in the shape of a fish with plants, curated by serpentine gallery public program, London 2019. ‘Sarabande x Joyce’ Joyce, Hong Kong (2019), ‘Retour Sur Mulholland Drive’ curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, La Panacée, Montpellier, France (2017); ‘Bloomberg New Contemporaries’, The Bluecoat, Liverpool, and The ICA, London (2016)
Aparicio has undertaken the following residencies:Porthmeor Studios,St Ives, UK (2020) FIBRA Platform, Mexico (2019); The Bluecoat, Liverpool, UK (2019); New Contemporaries Studio Bursary at Sarabande: The AlexanderMcqueen Foundation (2017-18); Sema Nanji Residency, Seoul Museum of Art, South Korea (2016);
Salzamt Aterlierhaus, Linz, Austria (2014); and Joan Miró Foundation, Palma de Mallorca, Spain
(2012)

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From your exotic garden to your worst nightmare, 2020

Part of the show: Our ashes make great fertilizer, co curated by Saelia Aparicio and Harminder Judge. Public gallery, London

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Catfight, 2020

Part of the show "dancing at the edge of the world" curated by Marcelle Joseph, at Sara Zanin gallery, Rome