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José María Baez CV EN

JOSÉ MARÍA BAEZ

Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, 1949.
He lives and works in Córdoba since 1960.

RECENT SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2005
Grey paintings 1988-1993. Caja San Fernando Exhibition Hall. Seville, Spain.
Xavier Fiol Gallery. Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
Ah the wounded head. Carmen de la Calle Gallery. Madrid, Spain.

2006
Paintings to and from. Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.

2007
Smoke. María Prego Gallery. Vigo, Spain.

2008
Identity is fragile. Carmen de la Calle Gallery. Madrid, Spain.

2009
Nothing is forever. Carlos Bermúdez Gallery. Córdoba, Spain.
Obsesión. Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.

2011
Dirty and clean. Puertanueva Gallery. Cordoba, Spain.

2012
The end of the line. Espacio de la Calle. Jerez de la Frontera, Cádiz, Spain.

2013
Loop, Clouds, Lacquer. Astarté Gallery. Madrid, Spain.

2014
Everything is representation. Cardenal Salazar Galleries. Faculty of Philosophy and Arts. University of Cordoba. Spain.

2015
José María Baez Donation. CAAC Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art. Seville, Spain.

2016
Travelling with bandaged feet. Bookshop La República de las Letras. Cordoba, Spain.

2018
The Ninth. Rafael Ortiz Gallery. Seville, Spain.
The poetics of order. ArteSantander, Rafael Ortiz Gallery Stand, Santander, Spain.
Life is like a wind. CAC Contemporary Art Centre. Malaga, Spain.

2021
Simulacro y perplejidad.  Atín Aya Exhibition Hall. ICAS Sevilla. Seville, Spain.

AWARDS AND GRANTS

1980
Nuevas Formas Expresivas Grant. Spanish Ministry of Culture.

1995
Navarra Painting Award.

PUBLICATIONS

1968
Together with Rafael Álvarez Merlo and others, he founds the poetry magazine Zaitún. (Cordoba. 1968-1969).

1973
Publishes Trepanación / Pernil miserable / Carrozas reales in Málaga, together with Fernando Merlo.

2014
Publishes the book Imágenes y visiones de Córdoba (Editorial Los Sentidos Ediciones).

2016
Publishes the book Viajando con los pies vendados. Córdoba.

2017
Publishes the book Arte contemporáneo en Córdoba. Diccionario personal (Edit. Albenda Libros).

2019
Publishes the book La vida con los otros. Seven (or Nine) Chances (Edit. Cántico).

ART IN PUBLIC SPACES

1984

Mural intervention, with Francisco Daroca, for the headquarters of the Architects’ College of Cordoba. Spain. (Architect, Juan Serrano).

1996
Design of stained glass windows, with Dorothea von Elbe, for the Villa del Río Mortuary. Spain. (Architect, Juan Carlos Cobos).

1997
Ephemeral mural intervention in the Cloister of the Centre del Carme, IVAM, Valencia, Spain.

1998

Mural intervention in the old Ermita de la Aurora Chapel. Córdoba, Spain (Architect, Mª Paz Gil).

1999
Mural interventions in the Teatro Liceo in Baena, Spain (Architect, Juan Cuenca) and in the Teatro Garnelo in Montilla, Spain (Architects, Antonio Cabrera and Óscar Rodríguez).

2001
Mural intervention at the headquarters of Vimcorsa, Cordoba, Spain.

2003
Mural intervention in Verbum. Casa das Palabras, Vigo, Spain.
Design of gate for Miraflores Park, Córdoba, Spain.

2005
Mural intervention in Casa de Acogida, Córdoba, Spain.

2007
Mural interventions in the Puerta del Puente and in the niche of the Roman Bridge, Córdoba, Spain.

2011
Mural intervention in the Torre de la Barca. Córdoba, Spain.

 

WORKS IN MUSEUMS AND PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Almeria City Council. Spain.
Jerez City Council.Spain.
Marbella City Council.Spain.
Pamplona City Council.Spain.
CAAC Andalusian Centre of Contemporary Art. Seville. Spain.
CAC Contemporary Art Centre, Malaga.Spain.
CGAC Galician Centre of Contemporary Art. Santiago de Compostela. Spain.
Círculo de la Amistad. Cordoba. Spain.
Bank of Spain Collection. Madrid. Spain.
Caja Madrid Collection. Madrid. Spain.
Cajasol Foundation Collection. Seville. Spain.
ARCO Foundation Collection. Madrid. Spain.
Norte Collection of Contemporary Art. Government of Cantabria. Spain.
La Caixa Collection. Barcelona. Spain.
Gas Natural Fenosa Collection. A Coruña. Spain.
olorVISUAL Collection. Barcelona. Spain.
Patronato Martínez Guerricabeitia Collection. University of Valencia. Valencia. Spain.
Testimoni Collection. La Caixa. Barcelona. Spain.
Sevillana Electricity Company. Jaén. Spain.
Department of Culture. Community of the Region of Murcia. Spain.
Department of Culture. Regional Government of Andalusia. Seville. Spain.
Provincial Council. Cádiz. Spain.
Provincial Council. Málaga. Spain.
Provincial Council. Seville. Spain.
Coca Cola Spain Foundation. Madrid. Spain.
Ortega y Gasset Foundation. Madrid. Spain.
Museum of Contemporary Art. Elche, Alicante. Spain.
Museum of Contemporary Art. Puebla de Cazalla, Seville. Spain.
Museum of Fine Arts. Cordoba. Spain.
Museum of Navarre. Pamplona. Spain.
Conference and Exhibition Centre. Cádiz. Spain.
University of Cordoba. Faculty of Philosophy and Arts. Cordoba. Spain.