Patricia Esquivias

Caracas, Venezuela (1979)

Born in Caracas, Patricia Esquivias grew up in Madrid where she currently lives. After studying art in London and San Francisco, she returned to Madrid where she was in charge of the exhibition programme Los 29 enchufes for four years together with Manuela Moscoso. Esquivias has been working with video since 2005 and has exhibited her works in Spain (Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid; MARCO, Vigo); Germany (Frankfurter Kunstverein, 5th Berlin Biennale); Switzerland (Kunsthalle Winterthur); New York (White Columns, Murray Guy); Italy (Arcos Museum, Artissima) and UK (East International, Royal College of Art). Esquivias’ work is represented in Europe by Galería Estrany - De la Mota, Barcelona.

Universo vídeo. La Magia de las Imágenes
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A selection of works from the collection Jean-Conrad and Isabelle Lemaître

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LABoral offers an audiovisual cycle on its online television on the occasion of the exhibition 'Fleeting Stories' LABoral offers an audiovisual cycle on its online television on the occasion of the exhibition 'Fleeting Stories'

Including works by Patricia Esquivias, Dora García, Cecilia Barriga and Stephen Dowskin

LABoral will inaugurated this Friday Universo vídeo. La Magia de las Imágenes, a selecton of works from the Lemaître Collection LABoral will inaugurated this Friday Universo vídeo. La Magia de las Imágenes, a selecton of works from the Lemaître Collection

A panel discussion on collecting and video will take place on Saturday at the Paraninfo in the ...

'Fleeting Stories', the third exhibition of the Universo Video series, is inaugurated at LABoral this Friday 8th 'Fleeting Stories', the third exhibition of the Universo Video series, is inaugurated at LABoral this Friday 8th

Mujeres and Kokoshca perform music for the exhibition opening which also hosts a talk with the ...

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