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I, Stubbornness (denim), 2021
Denim cloth and interlining
Variable measurements

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Holander II, 2021
Grinded cotton, epoxy resin
and steel
50 x 60 cm

 

Lucía Bayón
Holander III, 2021
Denim cloth, epoxy resin
and steel
70 x 60 cm

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Stubbornness I, 2021
Paper pulp, wood glue,
denim cloth and forged steel
85 x 59 x 59 cm

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Stubbornness II, 2021
Cotton, denim cloth,
interlining and forged steel
120 x 40 x 60 cm

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Stubbornness III, 2021
Denim cloth, forged steel
and polyurethane resin
200 x 13 x 50 cm

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Stubborn, 2020
Paper pulp, wood glue,
our, putty, pigment,
pumice, starch.
54 x 40 cm

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Untitled (zapatos), 2021
Polyurethane resin
116 x 27 x 8 cm

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Untitled (zapatos), 2021
Polyurethane resin
116 x 27 x 8 cm

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Installation view Generación 2021
La Casa Encendida, 2021

Madrid, Spain

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Headrest I, 2017
Smalt ceramic
27 x 15 x 13 cm

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Puntal 2021
Wicker, metal var,
cardboard, paper pulp,
wood glue, pigment,
forged steel
90 x 62 x 50 cm

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Leveler III, 2021
Jesmonite, colophony resin
and black fish resin
74 x 40 x 34 cm

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Stubborn II, 2020
Paper pulp, wood glue,
our, natural sienna,
black fish resin, shellac,
cotton, forged steel
60 x 20.5 x 120 cm

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Tempered I, 2021
Concrete on board, epoxy
clay, charcoal, vegetable
resins, shellac, forged steel
30 x 60 x 3 cm

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Tempered II, 2021
Concrete on board, epoxy
clay, charcoal, vegetable
resins, shellac, forged steel
40 x 60 x 3 cm

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Lucía Bayón (ESP, 1994) lives and works in Madrid. Bayón is an artist who develops her practice both in writing and in sculpture. She conceives the different elements of her work -language and object- as rhetorical devices within a semantic field where the body, the ritual and the symbolic are involved, as well as the friction between function and form generated through seriality and accumulation of gestures, rhythms and materials.

She holds a BA in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid and the Universität der Künste in Berlin, and a MA of Fine Arts from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. She has partaken residencies in international art centers such as Kunsthuis SYB (Beetstwerzwaag, Netherlands, 2019) or the SommerAkademie (Salzburg, Austria, 2019). She has received the Botín Foundation Fine Arts scholarship (2019), the ‘Circuitos’ Fine Arts Award (Madrid, 2020), and was selected for Generaciones 2021 from Montemadrid Foundation (Madrid, 2021).

Her recent work has been shown in Hot Links (Pradiauto, Madrid, 2021), Claro del Bosque (Intersticio, Madrid, 2021), Generación 2021 (La Casa Encendida, Madrid, 2021), Scratching the Surface (Galería Travesía Cuatro, Madrid, 2020), Cayó la Casa, Trepó la Dama (Sala de Arte Joven, Madrid, 2020), Spoil Conduct (Available & The Rat, Rotterdam, 2020) Sobre la Belleza (Center Cívic Can Felipa, Barcelona, 2019). Future shows include exhibitions at the Het Archief (Rotterdam, 2021) and the Botín Center (Santander, 2022).

 

Lucía Bayón's CV (PDF)