Andrés Galeano was born in Spain in 1980 and lives in Berlin and Barcelona. He holds a Philosophy degree at the Universtiy of Barcelona, a Photography diploma at the Freie Fotoschule Stuttgart and a Sculpture/Free Art degree at the Kunsthochschule Weißensee Berlin. He works with drawing, photography, video, installation and performance and has realized exhibitions and performances throughout Europe, USA, Latin America and Canada. Selected solo shows: RH Contemporary (NY, 2015) Art Rotterdam (2015), YIA Art Fair (Paris, 2014), Art Brussels (Brussels, 2014), Pavlovsdog (Berlin, 2014), Grimmuseum (Berlin, 2013). Selected group shows: My Time is not your time, De Appel (Amsterdam, 2015) Altered Status, Goethe-Institut (Barcelona, 2015), Pre- sent Indicatiu, Fabra i Coats (Barcelona, 2014), 4th essaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art ( essaloniki, 2013), Presume, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien (Berlin, 2012), Creacions al vol, espai f (Mataró, 2012), Alle 7 del mattino il mondo è ancora in ordine, ‘O (Milan, 2009). Selected performances: M:ST Festival (Calgary, 2014), Live Action 9, Konshallen Göteborg (Göteborg, 2014), Antic Teatre (Barcelona, 2013), Kunsthall Char- lotenborg (Copenhage, 2013), Rhubarb Festival (Toronto, 2013), Chamalle X, Museo MARCO (Vigo, 2012), Interakcje Festival (Piotrkow Trybunawski, 2012), Acción!MAD, El Matadero (Madrid, 2011) Who is afraid of Performance Art, BAC, (Ginebra 2011), Viva! Art Action (Montreal, 2011), ¡Poesíacción!, Instituto Cervantes (Berlin, 2011), PPP (Bern, 2011), Festival Ebent (Barcelona, 2010). In 2011 he was awarded with Mart Stam prize by the KHB Berlin and in 2014 was nalist of the Miquel Casablacas prize in Barcelona.
Tuesday to Friday, 10am to 2pm - 4pm to 8pm Saturday 12pm-8pm
Galería RocioSantaCruz is a dynamic space for contemporary creation and thought in all its manifestations. Situated in the neuralgic centre of Barcelona and with a surface area of over 300m2, the venue showcases projects by both established artists and emerging talents.
True to its trajectory since its creation in 1994 in Paris as a publisher of artists’ books, RocioSantaCruz honours its commitment to highlighting unpublished archives with the aim of sparking a conversation between the avant-gardes of the latter half of the 20th century and new contemporary practices.
The gallery is conceived as a place for experimentation, a forum for discussion, and a space for the diffusion of new practices, where particular interest is paid to photography, experimental cinema, and the archive and publication of artists’ books.
Mar Arza, Blanca Casas Brullet, Jean Denant, Pep Duran, Gonzalo Elvira, Andrés Galeano, Marcel Giró, Lluís Hortalà, Julia Llerena, Germán Lorca, Oriol Maspons, Fina Miralles, Marina Núñez, Lois Patiño, Diogo Pimentão, Palmira Puig-Giró, Miguel Rio Branco, Rubens Teixeira Scavone, Montserrat Soto, Miguel Trillo