Isabel Val Sánchez

Born in Barcelona in 1988

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Represented by Mymuseum Gallery (Budapest)

Education

Formal Education

Currently MA - Art Direction for Communication, La Basad, Barcelona, Spain

2011 BA - Artistic Photography and Visual Arts, EASD Serra i Abella, L'Hospital de Llobregat, Spain

2008 BA – Media Production, EMAV, Barcelona, Spain

Other Courses

2018 Art and Ideas: Teaching with Themes, MoMA Online

2018 Introduction to Illustration, UAL Central Saint Martins, London

2016 Art and Gender, University of Melbourne, Australia

2014 Antique Techniques and Alternative Photographic Processes, Pati Llimona, Barcelona, Spain

2012 Conservation and Organization of Photographic Collections – IEFC, Barcelona, Spain

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018 “The Vinyl Shop Effect”, MyMuseum Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

“Relative Time”, Tavaszi Festival, Budapest, Hungary

2017 “Formas”, Budapest Art Market, Budapest, Hungary

“Stop the Music!” MyMuseum Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

“Outside the Box”, MyMuseum Gallery, Budapest, Hungary

2016 “Invisibles”, Fòrum Fotogràfic Can Basté, Barcelona, Spain

“Light and Sound Show”, Pinhole World Day, Barcelona, Spain

2015 “Inicis”, Barcelona Visions, Barcelona, Spain

“ Light and Sound Show”, Revela-T Festival, Vilassar de Dalt, Spain

“Ciudades”, LaColect, Madrid, Spain


Teaching

2018 Visual Narratives Through Photography, Instituto Cervantes, Budapest, Hungary

Collecting the City: Visual Storytelling, Ecole Supérieure des Arts Visuels, Marrakech, Morocco

Collecting the City: Visual Storytelling, Artemisszió Foundation, Budapest, Hungary

2017 Photography for Beginners, Instituto Cervantes, Budapest, Hungary

Creativity and Idea Generation, Brody Studios, Budapest, Hungary

The Abstract City: Learning How to See, Let Me Italian You, Budapest, Hungary

2015 Photo Image Transfers, Casa Elizalde, Barcelona, Spain

Bibliography

Books

· Kozák Iván, “Neon Budapest”, 2017, ISBN 978-615-00-0706-9

· “XYZ”, Edited by Kloss, Katharina, Café Babel, 2016, ISBN 978-2-95-589730-0 (page 66)

Articles

. Bartha, Dorka, “Discover Budapest’s Last Neon With A Unique New Guide And Map”, We Love Budapest, June 3, 2018. Read it here.

·Bakró-Nagy, Ferenc, “Fantasztikus album készült a budapesti neonokról”, Index (Hungarian), December 7, 2017. Read it here.

· Somsoi, Rita, “Wifin Érkező Művészet”, Fotóművészet (Hungarian), October 2017 (page 67). Read It here

· Telek-Nay, Ágnes, “Stop the Music! Exhibition Review”, Artportal (Hungarian), September 27, 2017. Read it here.

· Szőcs, Lilla, “Budapest Neonfényei. Egy Letűnt Világ Örökségei”, WMN (Hungarian), September 23, 2017. Read it here

· Sashegyi, Zsófia, “Megkopott Neonvarázs”, Magyar Nemzet (Hungarian), April 9, 2016 (page 27).Read it here

· Bravo, Eduardo, “Luminosos de Budapest: Neones que Nunca Vendieron Nada”, Yorokobu (Spanish), April 4, 2016. Read it here.

· Reig Pellicer, Naiara, “Lights of Budapest: Lo que queda de la era socialista”, Café Babel (Spanish, translated to Italian, Polish, French and English), April 1, 2016. Read it here.

· “A barcelonai lány, aki ártatlanságuk miatt kattant rá Budapest régi cégéreire, és fotóin újjáteremti őket”, Urbanplayer (Hungarian), March 18, 2016. Read it here.

. Connelly, Laura, “Lights of Budapest: Vintage signs celebrated in gloriously bright photography series”, Creative Boom, March 18, 2016. Read it here.

· “Budapest retrófényeibe szeretett bele egy külföldi fotós”, Vous Pont Ti (Hungarian), March 8, 2016. Read it here.

·· “Entrevista Isabel Val”, LeCool Barcelona (Spanish), 2015. Read it here.