Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer

"BEING AN ARTIST MEANS BELIEVING IN LIFE"
www.beatrizcarbonellferrer.com
Beatriz Carbonell-Ferrer is a sculptress. She was born in Valencia in 1974. She graduated in Fine Arts at the Faculty of San Carlos of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, in 1997. Since then, she develops her work of personal creation in parallel to teaching (during the years 2001-2005) and the artistic direction of SCULTO, international Contemporary Sculpture Fair(since 2017) www.sculto.es.

She is an active member of the European association sculpture-network.org, based in Munich, which gathers more than 700 artists, gallery owners, museum directors, art critics and private collectors from various countries and has more than 18,000 subscribers of its newsletters monthly; She is coordinator of the northern area of ​​Spain: she tries to connect the artists of the region and give visibility to their works, works in three dimensions, through the online platform www.sculpture-network.org

Her concern and interest in contemporary art has led her to be a member of the Institute of Contemporary Art (IAC) of Spain; It is an independent association of professionals dedicated to nowadays art seeking to benefit the entire artistic community working for the professionalization of all cultural agents. www.iac.org.es

Her personal work is based on vital experiences, on the observation of lived reality and on the analysis of human relationships, sometimes from within, sometimes, looking outside. As a mother, she has developed new ways of understanding the world.

Starting with scribbled sketches and models, she feels more comfortable with the three dimensions, so she materializes her ideas through sculptures. She is a perfectionist in the resolution of the techniques she uses and has developed high capacities in stone carving and the treatment of ceramics, wood, iron and bronze.

She has been invited to participate in international symposiums of outdoor sculpture in different countries, making “in situ” a large-scale sculpture of stone, wood and even ice. These works can be visited in the sculptural parks of the following places: Cartagena, Uncastillo and Camponaraya, in Spain. And in Argentina, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Wales, Uruguay, Brazil, New Zealand, France, Cyprus, Turkey, Argentine Patagonia and China.

Her work is included in the Bibliographic Repertoire of Contemporary Valencian Artists Selected and Commented, in the Dictionary of Valencian Artists of the 20th Century, and in the History of Llíria 2010.

During her travels, she has formed a group of artists who meet to work, share knowledge and exhibit their works. It's called BroadBand and it's made up of Elsie Wood, from Boulder, Colorado. Brenda Oakes of Wales; Constantina Iconomóplulos, of Buenos Aires, and herself. In 2004 they met in Swansea and in Buenos Aires. In 2005, in Boulder; in 2011 in Valencia. Today, they keep in touch and are preparing a new meeting.

Sculptures in gardens and public places
- DEGIRMENDERE, TURQUIA. Sculpture, wood.
- NICOSIA, CHYPRUS. Sculpture, limestone.
- PARQUE ESCULTÓRICO DE CERYSI LA FORET, FRANCIA. “Makalu”, marble.
- PARQUE ATATUR, PASEO MARÍTIMO, MERSIN, TURKIA. ”Acompañas mis pasos”, Afyon marble.
- PARQUE MUNICIPAL DE CAMPONARAYA, Camino de Santiago, LEÓN. “Pies cuna”, Carrara marble.
- PISCINAS PÚBLICAS DE UNCASTILLO, ZARAGOZA. “Montonet”, sand stone.
- PASEO MARÍTIMO DE CARTAGENA. “Esperando”, Macael marble.
- PARQUE INTERNACIONAL DE HORICE, REPÚBLICA CHECA. “Pie cuna”, sand stone.
- VIA VERDE DE MEZDRA, BULGARIA. “Stapka kam radostta”, lime stone.
- PASEO DE LOS TURISTAS, PUNTARENAS, COSTA RICA. ”Burbujas”, lime stone.
- WAITAKURURU PARK, HAMILTON, NUEVA ZELANDA. “Chained steps”, oak wood.
- PARQUE INTERNACIONAL DE ESCULTURAS, BRUSQUE, BRASIL.”Pie bola”, marmble.
- PASEO DE LA PLAYA DE LA FLORESTA, MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY.” Diálogo con…” , granite.
- PARQUE MARGAM PARK, GALES, REINO UNIDO. “Standing quiet”, oak wood.
- PARQUE MUNICIPAL DE MIRAFLORES. LIMA. PERU. “Abrazo”, granite.
- PARQUE ESCULTÓRICO DEL RINCÓN DE ADEMÚZ. “Escalera”, wood and lead.


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Vita
Education
- Degree in Scultpure. Faculty of Fine Arts of San Carlos de Valencia, Spain. Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain. 1997.
- Course on the Art of Japanese Paper. Artist: Yoriyasu Masuda. 42 hours. 1995
- Fire technologies in the making of sculpture. Artists: Juan Carlos Alvadalejo, David Reid. 85 hours. 1995/96
- Workshop in Ceramic. Artist: Enric Mestre. 64 hours. 1996.
- Lithography Workshop. Artist: Luis Cabrera. 40 hours. 1997
- Teacher Training Course (CAP) UPV. 1997/98.
- Technical Assistant in Metal Buildings, first level. 1998/99
- Specialists of Archaeologic Restoration, 300 hours. 1999
- Welding Applied to Sculpture. 20 hours. 2005
- Forge Workshop "Art and Pasion" With Artist Martin Chirino. 1 week. 2008.

Awards
2010 - First Award “Sorolla a las Artes” Of Sculpture, Propeller Club, Valencia, Spain.
2009 - First National Awards “Villa De Sax”, X Visual Arts Competition, Sax, Alicante.
2008 - Accésit, X Sculpture Open Aire Competition, Oropesa Del Mar, Castellón.
2006 - First Award, National Sculpture Competition, Villa De Pinto. Madrid.
2005 - First Award Art And Justice, Consellería de Justicia y Admons. Públicas De Valencia. Spain.
- Accesit, III International Visual Arts, Aires De Córdoba. Córdoba.
2004 - Firts Sculpture Award, XVI New Artists Competition. Benidorm. Alicante.

Artist Residence
2010 – IFITRY, Residence of Artitst, Essaouira, Morocco. Exchange with artists of the Residence of artist of Valencia. Spain.
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Exhibitions
Solo Exhibitions
2011 - “In Transit”. Pepa Cervera Art Gallery. Rocafort. Valencia. Spain.
2010 - “Sculptures By The World” and “Sculptures By Llíria”. Llíria, Valencia. Spain.
2009 - “Silence Ways”, Vencill D’art La Llotgeta, Aula de Cultura de La CAM, Valencia. Spain.
2008 - “Gardens And Others Moments”, Centro De Arte Tomás y Valiente, Fuenlabrada, Madrid.
2007 - “Sculptures”, Galería 9. Valencia. Spain.
2006 - “Ways And Circumstances” Sala Ceramista Gimeno De La Casa De Cultura, Manises,
- “Carrera De Fondo” Sala Aires De Córdoba, Córdoba.
2004 - “El Bosque Del Tiempo”, Instalation, Centro Cultural General San Martín, Buenos Aires.

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Publications
Bibliography
-AGRAMUNT LACRUZ, F. Diccionario de Artistas Valencianos del Siglo XX (3 vols.), Valencia, Editorial Albatros, 1999.
- GARRIDO BARBERÁ, M. UNIVERSITAT DE VALENCIA, dpto. Investigación. Colección Historia y Geografía local: Llíria, historia, geografía y arte. Nuestro pasado y presente. Editada MI Ajuntament de Llíria. 2010. - AGRAMUNT LACRUZ, F. Diccionario de Artistas Valencianos del Siglo XX (3 vols.), Valencia, Editorial Albatros, 1999.
- BAYARRI, N. “A la escultora Beatriz” en Esculturas. Más caminos, por favor (segunda parte) [Exposición] Sala de Exposiciones del Centro Juvenil, mayo 2005, Valencia, M. I. Ajuntament de Benaguasil, 2005.
- CANDELA, J. M. “Jardines y otros momentos” en Beatriz Carbonell. Jardines y otros momentos. Esculturas, [Exposición] Centro de Arte Tomás y Valiente, Madrid, Ayuntamiento de Fuenlabrada, 2008.
- CASTAÑO, J. M. Texto del catálogo Beatriz Carbonell. Jardines y otros momentos. Esculturas, [Exposición] Centro de Arte Tomás y Valiente, Madrid, Ayuntamiento de Fuenlabrada, 2008.
- GIL SALINAS, R. (comis.) Cartografías de la creatividad. 100% valencianos, [Exposición] Centro del Carmen, 12 febrero.
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Group Exhibitions
Collective exhibitons (sellection)
2016 - Sala Coll Alás, Gandía, Grupo ARO.
2015 - Misión cerámica. Galeria Sachi, Wakayama. Japón.
2013 - Homenaje a Silvestre de Edeta. Reales Atarazanas de Valencia. Spain.
- Vicente Ortí, 25 años transmitiendo pasión por la escultura. Museo de la Ciudad, Valencia. Spain.
2012 - XI Bienal De Escultura De Meliana, José María Rausell. Meliana, Valencia. Spain.
- Room Art 2012. “Alrededor Del Papel”. Sala Del Rectorado De La Upv. Valencia.
2011 - Femenino Plural, Ayuntamiento de Valencia. Reales Atarazanas de Valencia
- V Concurso De Pieza Única Creemos-Creamos 011.Torremocha Del Jarama, Madrid.
2010 - Todo Se Transforma. Colectivo Are En Red. Reales Atarazanas.
- CERCO, Cerámica Contemporánea, Aragón.
- Premio Sorolla A Las Artes. Reales Atarazanas, Valencia.
2009 - “Dibujos”, AED Ademuz Espai D’art, El Corte Inglés Ademuz, Valencia.
- "International Wood Sculpture 2009 Art Exhibition”. Museo Miaoli de Taiwán.
2008 - “XI Bienal de Escultura” Casa de Cultura Quart de Poblet. Seleccted.
- “Premio Victor Macho de Escultura”, Fundación Díaz Caneja, Palencia.
- “Arte Y Pasión”, Alumnos De Martín Chirino, Fundación Artsur, Madrid.
2007 - “Arte Y Pasión”, Alumnos De Martín Chirino. Museo Antón, Candás, Asturias.
- “Convocatoria De Artes Plásticas 2007, Diputación De Alicante”, Lonja.
- I Encuentro De Arte Contemporáneo, Museo Universidad De Alicante.
2006 - “Nosotras Mismas”, Museo De La Ciudad, Ayuntamiento De Valencia. Spain.
Ways in silences
Caminos en silencio. Alabastro y hierro.
Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer, Metall, Stein
"TOTEM". Nicosia, Chipre. Sandstone.
Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer
"PIE BOLA". Brusque, Brasil. Mármol
Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer
"PIE CUNA". Horice, República Checa. Sandstone
Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer
"PASOS HACIA LA DIVERSIÓN". Mezdra. Bulgaria. Limestone
Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer
"PIE PUENTE". Harbin, China. Nieve
Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer
With your house on your shoulders
Marble.
Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer, Marmor
Watching life go by
Sculpture for outside garden
Beatriz Carbonell Ferrer, Metall, Marmor


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