Amalia Fernandez de Cordoba

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1940’s Born in Madrid, Spain
Studied at the School of Decorative Arts, Madrid
Self-taught artist
1974 Began her artistic career
2003 Opened her own gallery, Galeria Eboli, Madrid

Solo Exhibitions
1989 Margerit Gallery, Madrid
1991 AF Gallery, Madrid
1993 Della Rovere Gallery, Madrid
1994 Echeverria Gallery, San Sebastian, Spain
1995 Roglan Gallery, Barcelona
1996 La Pajarita Gallery, Vitoria, Spain
1999 Roglan Gallery, Barcelona
2000 Altea Gallery, Madrid
2002 Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland
2003 Roglan Gallery, Barcelona
2007 Galeria Bernesga, Leon, Spain

Group Exhibitions
Madrid City Museum, Madrid
International Naive Art Museum, Jaen, Spain
Museum d’art Naif Max Fourny, Paris
Contemporary Art Museum, Cuenca, Spain
Museum of International Naןve Art, Luzzara, Italy
Guimaraes Naive Art Museum, Portugal
Figueras Naןve Art Museum, Gerona, Spain
Chiesa Gallery, Menorca, Spain
“Pintado bajo crystal”, Naןve Center of Madrid, Madrid
Almagro Theatre
Aranjuez, Culture center of Madrid, Madrid
The Spanish Association of painters and sculptors center, Madrid
5th International Salon of Naןve Art
Tusset Gallery, Barcelona
Frances de Madrid Institute, Madrid
Municipal Museum of Burgos
French Instistue of Madrid Gallery, Madrid
Bernesga Gallery, Leon. France
Museum of Naןve Art, Guimaraes, Portugal
Evangelistic and Culture Foundation, Portuguese Catholic University, Lisbon
Nogal Gallery, Oviedo
Mirart Gallery, Madrid
Bellas Artes Gallery
Pattos Gallery, Becerril de la Sierra, Madrid
Torrelodones Culture Center, Madrid
Villalba Culture Center, Madrid
Galileo Cultural Center, Madrid
“Exposevilla 2000”, Sevilla Congress Palace, Sevilla, Spain
Doctor Fourquet Studio, Madrid
AF Gallery, Madrid
AF Gallery, Madrid
AF Gallery, Madrid
AF Gallery, Madrid
Margerit Gallery, Madrid
Margerit Gallery, Madrid
Margerit Gallery, Madrid
Margerit Gallery, Madrid
Margerit Gallery, Madrid
Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland
Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland
Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland
Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland
Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
Versailles, France
Andresy, France
Galeria Eboli, Madrid
Museum of the Americas, Miami, USA
Camilo Jose Cela Foundation, La Coruna
CEPSA Foundation, Madrid
IBERCAJA Foundation
2006 “Iberian Reveries”, GINA Gallery of International Naןve Art, Tel Aviv

Prizes
1990 Mention of Honor, The Spanish Association of painters and sculptors center, Madrid
1992 3rd Prize, The Spanish Association of painters and sculptors center, Madrid
1992 Mention of Honor, Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
1993 Mention of Honor, Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
1994 Mention of Honor, Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
1995 Mention of Honor, Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
1996 Mention of Honor, Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
1997 Mention of Honor, Casino de Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal
1998 Tourism Prize, International Naןve Art Salon, Estoril, Portugal
2000 Jury’s Special Mention, Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland
2001 1st Prize, Galileo Cultural Center, Madrid
2003 Mention of Honor, International Naןve Art Salon, Estoril, Portugal
2005 Selected Artist, 1st International Contest of Naןve Painting, District of Chamberi, Madrid
2006 Silver Medal, Biennale Internazionale D’Arte Naןve di Castelvetro, Modena, Italy

Bibliography
“Dictionary of Spanish Painters and Sculptors of the 20th Century”, Editorial Forum Artis S.L
“10 Primitivos Contemporaneos”, Luis Carancho Amat, Tatiana Ribic and Jose Luis Morales
“El Teatro en la Pintura Naif”, Culture Council of Madrid, Madrid
“L’Art Naif Espanol”, Max Fourny Museum, Paris
“Homenaje a Juan Antonio Vallejo Najera”, Municipal of Moncloa, Spain
“La Pintura Naif en Espana”, IBERCAJA, Zaragoza, Spain
“Madrid Con Gafas Naif”, Gerencia Municipal de Urbanismo, Madrid
“Muestra de Arte Naif Europeo”, Galeria Eboli, Madrid

 

Dan Chill, GINA – Gallery of International Naïve Art
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