Greta Alfaro

Greta Alfaro lives and works in London. In 2011, she graduated with an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art in London, having graduated in Fine Arts from Valencia Polytechnic University in 2001. Her video work has been on display at the Pompidou Centre in Paris, within the framework of Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid. In 2011, her work formed part of the official section at the Rotterdam International Film Festival.

Her individual exhibitions include A Very Crafty and Tricky Contrivance at the Fish and Coal Building, London, 2012; Invención, curated by Andrea Paasch, at the Museum Ex Teresa Arte Actual in Mexico City, 2012; Elogio de la Bestia, Huarte Contemporary Art Centre in Pamplona, 2010; In IctuOculi, curated by Antonia Gaeta, at Carpe Diem Art and research, Lisbon, 2009; and Ricorrenza, curated by Alba Braza Boïls, at Dryphoto Contemporary Art, Prato, Italy, 2008, among others. Recent group exhibits include Whitechapel Open at the Whitechapel Gallery, London; Inanimate Beings. Inéditos at Casa Encendida, Madrid, Drama; Baby, Drama at the Kunsthaus Essen, Germany; Bestes, Bestiaux et Bestioles at La Conciergerie in Paris; and Bloomberg New Contemporaries at the London ICA.

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