Miren Doiz

Birth placeSpain Birth date1980

With a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of the Basque Country, Miren Doiz lives and works in Madrid. 

Her work is oriented around artistic expressions that question the limits of the pictorial and new elements of painting. Her artistic interventions supplant usual performance spaces by nullifing the principles that have defined models of observation and by researching new pictorial formats. Her most notable recent solo exhibitions include: ARCO Lateral, Lateral Restaurant, Plaza de Santa Ana, Madrid (2014), Gabinete Estampa. Foro Sur. Stand at Galería Moisés Pérez de Albéniz (2013) Visto y no visto, at Galería Moisés Pérez de Albéniz in Pamplona; Montar, desmontar, at Horno de la Ciudadela, Pamplona (2012) and Panorama 10, Intervention at Casa del Almirante de Tudela (2010).

Among her most important recent group exhibitions are: Art Situacions II (Matadero Madrid, Villa Croce, Genoa; Macro Roma), Turn your eyes, Galería Moisés Pérez de Albéniz de Madrid (2015); Hiperobjetos, curated by Alfredo Aracil in COAM, Madrid; 8 cuestiones espacialmente extraordinarias, curated by Virginia Torrente, in Tabacalera, Madrid; Retroalimención, curated by Tiago de Abreu and Francesco Giaveri, in Sala de Arte Jóven of the Community of Madrid (2014); 2014 / Antes de irse. Ideas sobre la pintura in Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Gas Natural-Unión Fenosa, curated by David Barro (2013).

Miren Doiz was recently awarded the DKV Prize in the Estampa Contemporary Art Fair 2015. Moreover, in recent years she was a finalist in the Pepe Estévez Art Competition (2015), received a grant from Pollock-Krasner Foundation (2014), was selected for the Biennial of Photography Purificación García (2010), in the Archivo de Creadores de Matadero, Madrid (2009) curated by David Barro, and was selected in the Visual Arts Contest Injuve (2008). She also received creative grants from the Government of Navarra (2006), the second prize for Gatherings of Young Artists of Navarra (2005), and the second prize for the Young Artists Hall of Pamplona (2003).

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