Symbolism and meaning through an urban, social or political circulation
Adrián Balseca is a self-taught, he has exhibited his work in solo and group shows, locally and internationally. Most of his works are site specific. They evolve from an interest and process of historical research, like the material of objects and how they become loaded with symbolism, through their urban, social or political circulation.
Photo credit: Gonzalo Vargas
A Look Inside:
Born │ Ecuador, 1989
Education │ Self-taught artist
Awards │ Grants & Commissions Award from CIFO (2015), Winner of Premio Paris- 12 Bienal Internacional de Cuenca (Ecuador, 2014), Winner of the first edition of Premio Brasil- Arte Emergente (Ecuador, 2013), Artist residency at Intercambios Livres em Arte Río de Janeiro (Brazil, 2013), Artist residency at Centre de Producció Barcelona (Spain, 2012), First hono mention at Centro Cultural Metropolitano- Salón Nacional de Arte Mariano Aguilera (Ecuador, 2007)
Selected Exhibitions │Centro de la Historia (Spain), Queens Museum of Art (U.S.A.), Galería El Container (Ecuador), Arte Actual FLASCO (Ecuador), Museo Nahim Isaías (Ecuador), Centro Cultural Metropolitano (Ecuador), IN RIVERS Gallery New York (U.S.A.), Centro de la Historia Zaragoza (Spain)