Bartomeu Sastre

Short stay residency

February - April, 2019

Bartomeu Sastre. Palma de Mallorca, 1986.

Graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, he also has a postgraduate degree in scriptwriting and production of comedy programs for radio and television Blanquerna – Universitat Ramon Llull. He currently lives and works in Barcelona.

Some of his individual exhibitions are Ensayo para un monólogo improvisado (Fran Reus Gallery, Palma, 2018) or La voluntad (The will) (Palma, 2014), in Box 27 of the Casal Solleric and curated by Tolo Cañellas. He has also made several performances, including Ensayo para un monólogo improvisado at SWAB Barcelona Contemporary Art Fair (2018). Under the name Angélique Pailler ((/( (collective formed with Clara Arbona), Everyday Practice stands out, curated by Ana Jehle (LAB Artists Unlimited. Bielefeld, Germany, 2016) and The intervening space between two points or things (CCA Andratx, 2015). He has also carried out joint projects with Marcos Cuesta under the name Cuesta-Sastre, such as We are the new slaves (within the cycle Financial Crimes. Poéticas en la era del colonialismo financiero curated by Ivan Mejía, Sala Montcunill, Terrassa, 2013).

He has participated in various group exhibitions such as Tabula Rasa (curated by Fernando Gómez de la Cuesta and Pau Waelder, Es Baluard, Palma de Mallorca, 2014), Quemados por el sol (Lundgren Gallery, Palma de Mallorca) or 15 pieces in 3 acts (curated by Zaida Trallero, Eduardo Hurtado and Rosa Lleó, Sant Andreu Contemporani, Barcelona 2011).

He has carried out several educational workshops, among which his participation in the programme Zona intrusa 12: Prendre la paraula curated by Rita Andreu stands out. He has also worked in the educational department of the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró (Mallorca, 2011-2013).

He has won competitions such as Art Jove organised by the Govern Balear (Mallorca, 2012) and has received grants such as the Guasch Coranty Foundation (Barcelona, 2010). 

 

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Pic by Alba Ricart / SWAB Barcelona Contemporary Art Fair (2018)

 

 

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