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Diaz Alamà, Jordi [Barcelona, 1986]
Technique: Indian ink and charcoal on paper
Dimensions: 79 x 79 cm
Date: 2013
Generic classification: Draw
General inventari: 4448 D
Location: Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi
Notes:
Signed: "Díaz Alamà/13" (to white pencil, at the lower left angle). Provenance: Prize drawing contest Ynglada-Guillot 2013. Came to the Academy's Museum: July, 2, 2013. Exhibition: EXPO. YNGLADA-GUILLOT 2013. Bibliography: CAT. YNGLADA-GUILLOT 2013, p. 3 (reproduced) and p. 4 (record of the juror). Note: The author had not appeared before to any of the summons of the contest. Díaz Alamà was formed in the Faculty of Fine arts of the University of Barcelona, where it obtained the Master in the year 2008, and later it continued the learning across a scholarship of formation in the Foundation Arauco, with the painter Guillermo Muñoz Vera in Chinchón. In 2010 Art obtained the Degree in the program of Drawing and of Painting in the Florence Academy of, and during that summer it took part in a meeting with the Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum. In 2012 it realized a training course in Avila with the painter Antonio Lopez García. He is a teacher of the Department of Drawing of the Faculty of Fine arts of the University of Barcelona. It has gained the prize Figurative ' 11 of the Fundació of them Arts i els Artistes of Barcelona. In the collections of the Museu Europeu D'Art Modern (MEAM) of Barcelona and of the Obra Social de Caja of Avila, between others, works of the artist remain. At present it is employed at the Barcelona Academy of Art (w.ww.academyofartbarcelona.com). His work, realistic and figurative, puts the dominant accent in the drawing, and he is a great defender of the pedagogic classic models and of the technical learning. (Web of the artist: http: // diazalama.com/).
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