Oscar Holloway (Barcelona, 1989)
He is an artist, curator and researcher. His work focuses on animal representation on the Internet cultures. He is graduated in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, having studied for a year in Rotterdam and studying for a Curatorial Master at Central Saint Martins, London. His image-based projects and research, and his interest in the construction of natural history and the representation of non-human animals have been previously explored in solo exhibitions such as 'Dioramas' (Galeria Divus, London, 2014), 'Por que os peixes saltam acima da superfície da água’ (Museu Geológico, Lisbon, 2017) and 'Captures: the shooting of the future' (Can Felipa, Barcelona, 2019), and with group exhibitions such as ‘FUNKY Cloud, Hunt, Village’ (Sala d’Art Jove, Barcelona, 2016), 'Creure en deu coses impossibles abans d’esmorzar’ (Museu de la Pell, Vic, 2017), ‘Segunda Categoria’ (FEA, Lisboa, 2018) o ‘The Pathfinders’ (Atelier ABCC, Lisboa, 2019). Also with the publications 'Cows Twombly’ (2019), ‘Captures’ (2019), ‘The ferocity exhibition’ (2017), ‘Fishing pictures’ (2018), ‘Hunting pictures’ (2018), ‘Hoofs, claws and antlers of the Rocky Mountains by the camera’ (2019, Miquel Casablanques Award, publication modality), and with research for his master's thesis, '“A Down” Decadence of Hunting Aesthetics in Film from Fred Bear to 8 year old Will' presented at Central Saint Martins in 2014.