Eulàlia Grau, Tokio, 1989
Juan Naranjo Art & Document Gallery presents the exhibition Eulàlia Grau, unpublished photographs 1975-1989 that Antonio Zúñiga and Original Editorials have commissioned to be held on March 7th at 20:00, in Casanova Street, 136-138, B- 3, 08036. The exhibition can be viewed until March 23 with an appointment in firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eulàlia Grau (Terrassa, 1946), also known as Eulàlia, began his studies of Fine Arts in Barcelona but abandoned them to become a cinema in the Aixelà Hall with professors such as Pere Portabella and Alexandre Cirici, and at the Eina school, where he met Albert Ràfols-Casamada and Josep Maria Carandell. In Milan he collaborated with the Olivetti design studio. During the seventies and part of the eighties he developed much of his work. In the middle of this decade, after living a season in Germany, he moved to Japan and China in a stay that extended until the end of the nineties. When he returned to Barcelona, he resumed artistic activity.