Hugo Alonso
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Some of his individual projects are The white door (Llamazares Gallery, Gijón, 2021), Smells like teen spirit (Alzueta Gallery, Barcelona, 2021), UNDONE (DA2, Domus Artium 2002, 2020, Salamanca), November (Miquel Alzueta Gallery, Barcelona, 2017), RAW (Galerie Youn, Montreal, 2017) or Pendulum (CEART, 2016, Madrid).

He has been part of group shows such as COME WHAT MAY (Aeroplastics Gallery, Brussels, 2021), The clown spirit (Ronny Van de Velde Gallery, Antwerp, 2020), Bailar de arquitectura (Fernán Gómez, Madrid, 2019), Las formas de la luz (Miquel Alzueta Gallery, Barcelona, 2019), TOC (DA2, Salamanca, 2016), Poétique quotidienne (Galerie Youn, Montreal, 2016), This is not a love song (Pera Museum, Estambul, 2015), La luz expandida: nuevas tecnologías en el videoarte español (Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, 2015), Arte y Videoclip (Loop Festival, Barcelona, 2012), Existencias (MUSAC, León, 2007) or Heterotopías (Oktogon HfBK, Dresde, 2007).

His recent highlight achievements are Art Madrid Noca Paper Best Solo Project 2016, Gaceta Fundation Young Painters Prize 2013, Young Art Castilla y León Institution 2011, Painting Prize Caja España 2008, Optica Videoart Prize 2008/2007 or Young Artists Prize Castilla y León Caja Burgos 2007.

He has been present in national and international contemporary art fairs such as ARCO, ZONA MACO, VOLTA, SEATTLE ART FAIR, ART TORONTO, ART PARIS, ART MIAMI, CONTEXT, ARTE SANTANDER, ESTAMPA or ART ON PAPER.

His work can be seen in public and private collections such as SOLO Collection, MUSAC, DA2, CAB, BMW Fundation, CEART, Pilar Citoler, Diputación de Salamanca, Gaceta Fundation, Caja España, Junta de Castilla y León, Bassat or Rucandio among others.

He was invited by The New York Times Magazine to create a specific artwork for the October 2017 cover.