Alfonso Borragán (Santander, 1980) highlights exploration, self sufficiency, fiction and celebration as the most important components of his work, which is directly related to his surrounding culture and environment.
He graduated in Fine Arts in Universitat de Barcelona and continued his studies at the MFA Slade School of Fine Arts of London, where he lives and works. His artistic practice articulates between researching, teaching and producing.
He has taught lessons, workshops and conferences at Slade School of Fine Arts, Camberwell School of Art, London College of Communication, Plymouth University of Arts, Universidad of Cantabria, Universitat de Barcelona or Instituto Cervantes of New York. He has exhibited in Spain (Fundación Botín, Centre Huarte, La Place & FoodCultura, Hangar, MUSAC or La Casa Encendida), United Kingdom (Bethnal Green Church, London), Canada (Vivo Media Arts, Vancouver), Colombia (Plataforma Bogotá) or India (Khoja, Delhi) among others.