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Llobet & Pons

Jasmina Llobet (1978, Barcelona) graduated in Fine Art from the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) in 2005, where she went on to receive a Meisterschüler distinction. Prior to studying Fine Art Llobet studied Illustration at the Escola Llotja in Barcelona.

Luis Fernández Pons (1979, Madrid) graduated in Fine Art from the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) in 2004, where he went on to receive a Meisterschüler distinction. He later graduated from the MA Art in Context programme at the UdK Berlin in 2008.

They are based in Barcelona, and have been working collaboratively since 2002.



Grants, stipends, residencies (selection)

2015

-IFA grant (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) for participation at Havana Biennial. Federal Foreign Office, Germany

2014

-Shortlisted for realisation of public art project. bbk's Office for Art in Public Space. Berlin, Germany

2013

-PICE grants. Acción Cultural Española (AC/E). For participation on Setouchi Triennale
-CCA Łaźnia2 Residence Programme 2013, Łaźnia Centre for Contemporary Art, Gdańsk, Poland
-Hangar. Barcelona, Spain. Long-term Residency. Studio from 2013-15

2012

-Lokaal 01. Antwerp, Belgium. Residency

2011

-Akiyoshidai International Art Village (AIAV). Yamaguchi, Japan. Residency. With grant of AC/E, Spain
-Shortlisted for Frieze Artist Award - Emdash Award. Frieze Foundation, London

2010

-Seoul Art Space Geumcheon. Seoul, South Korea. Residency. With grant of Hangar, Barcelona
-ARP IMMA. Irish Museum of Modern Art. Dublin, Ireland. Residency. With grant of Seacex, Spain

2009

-Studio Kura. Fukuoka, Japan. Residency. With grant of CoNCA, Catalan Arts Council.
-Platform Garanti. Istanbul, Turkey. Residency. With grant of Can Xalant, Mataró

2008

-Global Institute. Participation in educational project at 7th Gwangju Biennale, South Korea
-Seoksu Art Project. Anyang, South Korea. Residency

2007

-NaFöG Stipend of Berlin's Senate (local government body) Scolarship (J)

2006

-Helmut-Thoma-Preis. UdK Berlin. Award (J)
-Nominated for Meisterschülerpreis des Präsidenten. UdK Berlin. Award (J)

2004-05

-Beca Injuve. Ministerio de Trabajo y Asuntos Sociales, Spain. Stipend (J)

2003

-Premi Miquel Casablancas. Centre Cívic Sant Andreu. Barcelona. Competition, Second prize (L)

2002-03

-Ajuts a la creació 2002. Ministry of Culture of Catalonia(Generalitat de Catalunya), Spain. Stipend (L)

2002

-BIAM 2002: Amposta Art Biennial. Spain. Competition, Second prize (L)



Public artworks, Solo exhibitions (selection):

2016

-Haidressers’ Circle. Experience MACBA programme. MACBA. Barcelona (Performance)

2015

-Play Inno Park. Seoul Innovation Park, South Korea. Permanent public artwork

2013

-Llobet & Pons. CAS, Osaka, Japan

2012

-Dividual. Masart Galeria. Barcelona
-Asemais anogerf. Galería Adhoc. Vigo, Spain (also showing Curro Gonzalez)

2011

-Miniscopics. Halfhouse. Barcelona, Spain

2010

-The Morse Code Sprinklers Test. The Process Room at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. Dublin, Ireland (Temporary site-specific project)

2009

-Mikroplan. Kunstraum Delikatessenhaus. Leipzig, Germany (Also showing Arianne Olthaar)
-Towelflag. Platform Garanti. Istanbul, Turkey (Temporary site-specific project)

2007

-Reversible. display. Leipzig, Germany
-Helmut-Thoma-Preis. UdK Berlin, Germany. (Also showing Kevin Lassner)

2006

-small talk project. Galleri Rostrum. Malmö, Sweden

2004

-Platform Snowflake. Space Imug. Galerie SPHN. Berlin, Germany



Group exhibitions (selection)

2016

-Brick by Brick: Ceramics Applied to Architecture. Design Museum of Barcelona. DHUB, Barcelona
-contesting/contexting Sport 2016. NGBK. Berlin, Germany

2015

-Fundamental Ephemeris II. Goethe University. Frankfurt (cat.)
-Havana biennial, Collective projects. Kcho Estudio - Museo Orgánico Romerillo. Havana, Cuba

2014

-Factotum. Fundació Tàpies. Barcelona, Spain

2013

-Setouchi Triennale. Seto islands, Japan
-Arirang - Imjin River. 14th DMZ International Art Festival, South Korea.

2012

-fairgrounds. Public sculpture project. little berlin. Philadelphia, USA

2011

-Destino/Zielort: Berlin. Studio 1, Bethanien. Berlin, Germany (cat.)
-The Last Summer. Gallery JungMiSo. Seoul, South Korea (cat.)
-Inaugural exhibition. Seoksu Art Terminal. Anyang, South Korea

2010

-The Stability of Objects. Seoul Art Space Geumcheon. Seoul, South Korea.
-Fare-Well. Brain Factory. Seoul, South Korea

2009

-Hello World. Itokoku Historical Museum. Fukuoka, Japan

2008

-Manifesta7. Project Tabula Rasa. Ex Alumix. Bolzano/Bozen, Italy (in collaboration with OASberlin) (L) (cat.)
-Identity and Art. Ucity Art Museum of GAFA. Guangzhou, China
-World One Minutes. Today Art Museum. Beijing, China

2007

-madrid28045. Intermediæ / Matadero Madrid, Spain (cat.)
-totale partizipation_radikale entspannung. arttransponder. Berlin, Germany

2006

-Möbus-Schleife. Haus am Kleistpark, Berlin, Germany (cat.)
-Totalism? Galerie Neurotitan-Haus Schwarzenberg. Berlin, Germany (cat.)
-Fluidic.
UNA Galeria. Bucharest, Romania

2005

-LOOP: The Video Art Festival 05. Video-store Programme. Barcelona, Spain

2004

-Salon Européen des Jeunes Créateurs. Salon de Montrouge, France and Museo Amadeo de Souza-Cardoso. Amarante, Portugal (L) (cat.)

2003

-Performanceköper-Stadt (in collaboration with S. Becker). Bauhaus. Dessau, Germany (J)
-En sus 13. Galería ADN. Barcelona, Spain (L)
-Sinergies Art Disseny
. FAD. Barcelona, Spain (L) (cat.)

2002

-Premi de Pintura Miquel Casablancas. Centre Cívic Sant Andreu. Barcelona, Spain (J) (cat.)
-BIAM 2002: Amposta Art Biennial. Museu Comarcal del Montsià. Amposta, Spain (L) (cat.)




 

(J): Relates only to Jasmina Llobet
(L): Relates only to Luis Fernández Pons
(cat.): Exhibitions with published catalogue