Bea Luengo Born in Madrid, Spain, 1991. Graduated in Fine Arts in 2014 by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with a year abroad in the ESACM in Clermond-Ferrand, France (2013-2014). In 2015, finishes the International Master’s Degree in Contemporary Photography and Personal Projects in EFTI (Madrid). Collective exhibitions “PhotoEspacioOculto” in Espacio Oculto Madrid (2014), “Hacia dónde mirar” in EFTI (Madrid, 2016), "LibrArte" (Burgos, 2018). Participation in “PLURAL 17” in Espacio Unonueve (Madrid, 2017), "Descubrimientos PHotoEspaña 2017", “PA-TA-TA Festival 2017” in “Proyecta tu maqueta” (Granada), and “Photobook Dummies Exhibition” in Lisbon, "FIEBRE" Festival (Matadero, Madrid) and "Dispara Xestión Cultural" (Galicia) with "Lisbon's Photobook Fair". Finalist of the award “Landskrona Festival Foto Dummy Award 2017” (Sweden) and winner of the first edition of the photobook award "Fotolibro <40" in 2018 with the book Archivo Arqueológico de la Arquitectura Encontrada, co-published by the Comunidad de Madrid and PHREE. My process is about searching for something unreachable, ever changing. I work using scientific and language methodologies from the visual arts’ standpoint, in order to open the representation and create an illusion of giving a place to what we feel, to the deepest of our interests. Suspended in the void, I behold every single infinitesimal particle of the immense world.
Bea Luengo Born in Madrid, Spain, 1991. Graduated in Fine Arts in 2014 by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with a year abroad in the ESACM in Clermond-Ferrand, France (2013-2014). In 2015, finishes the International Master’s Degree in Contemporary Photography and Personal Projects in EFTI (Madrid). Collective exhibitions “PhotoEspacioOculto” in Espacio Oculto Madrid (2014), “Hacia dónde mirar” in EFTI (Madrid, 2016), "LibrArte" (Burgos, 2018). Participation in “PLURAL 17” in Espacio Unonueve (Madrid, 2017), "Descubrimientos PHotoEspaña 2017", “PA-TA-TA Festival 2017” in “Proyecta tu maqueta” (Granada), and “Photobook Dummies Exhibition” in Lisbon, "FIEBRE" Festival (Matadero, Madrid) and "Dispara Xestión Cultural" (Galicia) with "Lisbon's Photobook Fair". Finalist of the award “Landskrona Festival Foto Dummy Award 2017” (Sweden) and winner of the first edition of the photobook award "Fotolibro <40" in 2018 with the book Archivo Arqueológico de la Arquitectura Encontrada, co-published by the Comunidad de Madrid and PHREE. My process is about searching for something unreachable, ever changing. I work using scientific and language methodologies from the visual arts’ standpoint, in order to open the representation and create an illusion of giving a place to what we feel, to the deepest of our interests. Suspended in the void, I behold every single infinitesimal particle of the immense world.
Bea Luengo Born in Madrid, Spain, 1991. Graduated in Fine Arts in 2014 by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with a year abroad in the ESACM in Clermond-Ferrand, France (2013-2014). In 2015, finishes the International Master’s Degree in Contemporary Photography and Personal Projects in EFTI (Madrid). Collective exhibitions “PhotoEspacioOculto” in Espacio Oculto Madrid (2014), “Hacia dónde mirar” in EFTI (Madrid, 2016), "LibrArte" (Burgos, 2018). Participation in “PLURAL 17” in Espacio Unonueve (Madrid, 2017), "Descubrimientos PHotoEspaña 2017", “PA-TA-TA Festival 2017” in “Proyecta tu maqueta” (Granada), and “Photobook Dummies Exhibition” in Lisbon, "FIEBRE" Festival (Matadero, Madrid) and "Dispara Xestión Cultural" (Galicia) with "Lisbon's Photobook Fair". Finalist of the award “Landskrona Festival Foto Dummy Award 2017” (Sweden) and winner of the first edition of the photobook award "Fotolibro <40" in 2018 with the book Archivo Arqueológico de la Arquitectura Encontrada, co-published by the Comunidad de Madrid and PHREE. My process is about searching for something unreachable, ever changing. I work using scientific and language methodologies from the visual arts’ standpoint, in order to open the representation and create an illusion of giving a place to what we feel, to the deepest of our interests. Suspended in the void, I behold every single infinitesimal particle of the immense world.