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            stella    rahola matutes
Licensed and master’s in architecture at ETSAB (UPC) Barcelona and MFA at Goldsmiths University of London (2019).
Recent exhibitions include: La Biblioteca at Dilalica, Barcelona Gallery Weekend Festival (2023), Inviting Life at the Mies van der Rohe Pavilion (Barcelona, 2023), Apunts per un incendi dels ulls, MACBA (Barcelona 2021), Teoria de l'Alegria at MACE (Ibiza, 2020), Politics of Translation at The Stone Gallery (London 2019), Deptford X Festival (London, 2018), Tulca Festival of Visual Arts (Galway, 2018).
Recently received the Ricard Camí Biennial Award (2022), A-FAD prize in recognition of her career (2021) and the Vila Casas Foundation Sculpture Award (2021).
Teaching at MEATS (Master in Ephemeral and Temporary Spaces), Elisava School of Design and Engineering in Barcelona since 2015. Currently resident at Hangar (2023-2025).

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Acknowledgments ;)

 

Ferran Collado, Kati Riquelme, Alex Añó, Rob Kuster, Johanna Motschmann, Danny Xu, Greta Serra, Salim Bayri, Hiroki Uemura, Tomoka Nitta, Shisato Sekikawa, Adrià Ruiz, Francesca Moroni

Companies/Institutions: VidraFoc, Majoral, Dixon Glass London, Barcelona Glass Studio, Seto Ceramic & Glass Centre, Museu Molí Paperer de Capellades, AMPO, Kangsi Art, Yunyao Taoci, European Optical Polymers, EKWC, Vidres Gibernau

Photography: Aleix Plademunt, Alba Yruela, Corey Bartles Anderson, Oskar Proctor, Liz Calvi, Roberto Ruiz, Alfredo Montero, Raquel Martínez, Xiao Ye, Roberto Castaño, SRM 

Special thanks to my family and friends, the support and generosity of Javier Chozas, Clara Perera, Laura Ní Fhlaibhín, Sofia Uquillas, Liselotte Klint

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