Belén Uriel (b.1974 Madrid, Spain) lives and works between London and Lisbon. Uriel studied Fine Arts at Fine Arts Complutense University of Madrid, Spain (1993-1997), Doctorate Courses and a MA Museology and Exhibitions Fine Arts Complutense University of Madrid, Spain (1997-1999), an MA Fine Art. Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (2003-2004), and an Associate Research Course. Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (2004-2005). In 2011 Uriel recieved the Art and Research Motehermoso grant from Montehermoso Contemporary Art Centre, Spain and a Matadero Contemporary Art Creation Grants from Matadero Art Centre, Madrid, Spain in 2010. Recent solo exhibition include: Lama no sapato, Parkour, Lisbon(2014); Pedra, papel e tesoura, Pavilhão Branco, Museu da Cidade, Lisbon (2013); Manual, Presença Gallery, Porto (2012); Useful household objects under 10$, Montehermoso Cultural Centre, Vitoria (2012); Ni blanco, ni negro, Appleton Square, Lisbon (2011); The largest selection of dreams, Espacio Líquido Gallery, Gijón (2011); and Ponle un marco...., Presença Gallery, Porto (2010). Home, Hollybush Gardens Gallery, London (2014); Full Circle, curated by Mairia Evripidou & Jacqui McIntosh, Drawing Room Offsite Exhibition at UBM Blackfriars, London (2014); Laboratorio 987. Una pausa para reflexionar, curated by Manuel Olveira and Kristine Guzmán, MUSAC (Castilla and León Contemporary Art Museum), Spain (2014); Progress in work /// work in crisis, curated by Olivier Beaudet and Laura Díez García, Lavitrine Gallery, Limoges, and Bizkaia-Aretoa, Bilbao, Spain (2013); Paisajismo Craneoencefálico, curated by Daniel Silvo, Espacio Valverde, Madrid (2012); Cartografía do presente, curated by Javier Buján, Laxeiro Foundation, Vig (2011); "The Exterminating Angel”: The Latest Trends in Spanish Art, Bozar, Palais des Beaux Arts de Bruxelles, Belgium (2011); 7a Biennal d’Art Leandre Cristòfol, La Panera Art Centre, Lleida, Spain (2011); 25 años Muestra de Arte Injuve, curated by María de Corral and Lorena Martínez de Corral, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid (2011).
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