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Guillemo Pérez Villalta CV EN

GUILLERMO PÉREZ VILLALTA

Tarifa, Cádiz, Spain. 1948.
Lives and works in Seville and Tarifa (Spain).

1966
Began studies in Architecture.
1975
Scholarship from the Spanish Ministry of Culture.
1980
Juan March Foundation Scholarship. Madrid, Spain.
1985
Spanish National Prize of Plastic Arts.
Medal of Andalusia.
1989
Scholarship of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the Spanish Academy in Rome, Italy.
1994
Plastic Arts Award of Andalusia.
2006
Gold Medal of Fine Arts, Spain.
2008
Tomás Francisco Prieto Award. Royal Mint Foundation. Madrid, Spain.

RECENT SOLO EXHIBITIONS. Selection.

1997
Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.
Dialogues in Ornamental Key. Guillermo Pérez Villalta / Jaime Proença. Extremadura and Iberoamerican Museum of Contemporary Art. Badajoz, Spain.
Casa de la Parra. Santiago de Compostela, A Coruña, Spain.
 
1998
The Cycle of the Magdalena. Senda Gallery. Barcelona, Spain.
Guillermo Perez Villalta. Gallery OMR Mexico. Mexico.
 
1999

Guillermo Perez Villalta. Paintings 1972-1998. Botín Foundation. Santander, Spain.
The four elements. Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.

2000
Guillermo Perez Villalta. Paintings 1998-2000. Gallery Soledad Lorenzo. Madrid, Spain.

2001
From Tarquinia to Tartessos. Gallery Carmen de la Calle. Jerez, Cádiz, Spain.
Atarlosmachos. Rivadavia Hall, Cádiz and Cruz Herrera Museum, La Línea de la Concepción, Cádiz, Spain.

2002
Piranesi-Dream-Paisaje. Siboney Gallery, Santander and Soledad Lorenzo Gallery, Madrid, Spain.

2003
Soledad Lorenzo Gallery. Madrid, Spain.

2004
Processes. To look, to think, to paint. Foundation Aparejadores. Seville, Spain.

2005
Sacred Art-Profane Art. Amós Salvador Hall. Logroño, Spain.

2006
Artífice. Caja San Fernando Hall. Seville, Spain.

2007
Processes 2003-2006. Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.
Artífice. Vimcorsa Exhibition Hall. Cordoba, Spain.
Islands. Gallery Siboney. Santander, Spain.

2008
Artífice. ICO Collections Museum. Madrid, Spain.
Found architectures. Ninfea Hall. Algeciras, Cádiz.

2009
Found Architectures. Rivadavia Hall. Cádiz, Spain, Spain.
EMBEMA: Art, life and Symbol in Guillermo Pérez Villalta. Casa de la Moneda Museum. Madrid, Spain.

2010
Paintings 2008-2010. Soledad Lorenzo Gallery. Madrid, Spain.
Works on paper 2007-2010. Soledad Lorenzo Gallery. Madrid, Spain.

2011
Metamorphoses and other mythologies. CAC Contemporary Art Center of Malaga. Málaga, Spain.
La petite sensation. Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.

2012
The Hidden Order. Alfredo Viñas Gallery. Málaga, Spain.
Follyes of Imaginalia. Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.

2013
Souvenir of Life. The Legacy of Guillermo Pérez Villalta. CAAC, Seville, Spain.
Imaginariland. Siboney Gallery. Santander, Spain.
Gulliver’s Travels. ForoSur 2013. Rafael Ortiz Gallery Stand. Cáceres, Spain.

2014
Taste to the Taste. Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.
The painted journey. Cloister of Exhibitions of the Provincial Palace of the Diputación de Cádiz. Cádiz, Spain.
The Artistic Journey. Antonio Povedano Art Center of the Spanish Contemporary Landscape. Priego de Córdoba, Spain.
Guillermo Pérez Villalta. 2012-2014. Fernández-Braso Gallery. Madrid, Spain.

2015
Gulliver’s Travels. Amós Salvador Gallery. Logroño, Spain.

2016
The order of the Imaginary. A sort of retrospective. Javier López & Fer Francés Gallery.
Madrid, Spain.

2017
The Shadow of the Idea. Gema Llamazares Gallery. Gijón, Spain.

2018
Guillermo Pérez Villalta. 2014 – 2018. Fernández-Braso Gallery, Madrid, Spain.

2021
Art as a Labyrinth. Alcalá 31 Hall. Community of Madrid. Madrid, Spain.

ARCHITECTURES

Chamber of Commerce of Campo de Gibraltar. Algeciras, Cadiz, Spain.
Tower-Lookout of Carratraca, Malaga, Spain.
Tower of the Winds. La Línea de la Concepción. Cádiz, Spain.
Facade of the Estibalsa building. Port of Algeciras, Cádiz, Spain.

WORKS IN MUSEUMS AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Friends of Contemporary Art. Madrid, Spain.
Granada City Hall. Granada, Spain.
Bank of Spain. Madrid, Spain.
CAC Malaga. Malaga, Spain.
CAAM Atlantic Center of Modern Art. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain.
CAAC Andalusian Center of Contemporary Art. Seville, Spain.
Chase Manhattan Bank. New York, U.S.A.
Banco Santander Collection. Madrid, Spain.
Barclays-Banco Zaragozano Collection. Zaragoza, Spain.
Caja Burgos Collection. Burgos, Spain.
Circa XX Collection. Government of Aragon, Spain.
I.C.O. Collection.Madrid, Spain.
Fundesco Collection. Madrid, Spain.
Fundomar Collection. Seville, Spain.
La Caixa Collection. Barcelona, Spain.
Martínez Guerricabeitia Collection. Valencia, Spain.
Provincial Council of Cádiz. Cádiz, Spain.
Seville Provincial Council. Seville, Spain.
Provincial Council. Granada, Spain.
Juan March Foundation. Madrid, Spain.
Banco Exterior Foundation. Madrid, Spain.
Josep Suñol Foundation. Barcelona, Spain.
La Caixa Foundation. Barcelona, Spain.
Cajasol Foundation. Seville, Spain.
Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engraving Foundation. Marbella, Malaga, Spain.
United States Institute. Tangier, Morocco.
Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Daniel Vázquez Díaz. Nerva, Huelva, Spain.
Museum of the Provincial Council of Alava. Vitoria, Spain.
Museum of the Revellín. Ceuta, Spain.
Marugame Hirai Museum of Contemporary Spanish Art. Japan.
Municipal Museum. Madrid.
National Museum Reina Sofia Art Center. Madrid, Spain.
Museum of Fine Arts. Bilbao, Spain.
Palace of San Telmo. Seville.
Patio Herreniano. Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art. Valladolid, Spain.
Real Maestranza of Seville, Spain.
Real Maestranza de Ronda, Spain.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. New York, U.S.A.

ART IN PUBLIC SPACES

Chamber of Commerce. Seville, Spain.
College of the Irish. Alcalá de Henares. Madrid, Spain.
DHRAA. Portocristo. Mallorca, Spain.
Scenography for El último desembarco, by Fernando Savater.
Façade of the Palace of Fine Arts. Brussels, Belgium. (Ephemeral).
Church of San Mateo. Tarifa, Cadiz, Spain.
Patio de los Naranjos of the Mosque of Cordoba, Spain.
Mural Painting. Ceiling of the Andalusian Pavilion. EXPO’92. Seville, Spain.
Design and scenography of the Pavilion of the XV Century. EXPO’92. Seville, Spain.
Float of the Month of May. EXPO’92 Parade. Seville, Spain.
St. Hippolytus of Tamara. Palencia, Spain.
Center of the 3rd Age in Leganés. Madrid, Spain.
Scenography and costumes for the opera El rapto del Serrallo. Perelada Festival 1997. Gerona, Spain.
The precise moment. Rehabilitation and Reformation of the Granada City Hall. 2002, Spain.