Julia Huete

Julia Huete Ourense,
Julia Huete works with abstraction using different techniques and media (mainly textiles, collage, drawing and painting in the last period) always trying to understand it as a language. Her pieces are defined by the fact that they develop between processes and with certain materials that end up influencing the identity of the piece. He likes to delve into the most elementary characteristics of each discipline in order to reflect on them in an aesthetic and cognitive sense. His main areas of concern are the enunciative capacity of abstract form.

One of the ways in which he has worked the most is with large tapestries embroidered in cross-stitch and then placed in a frame. The works presented at the fair are part of a series of simple compositions made with a continuous line, in which the artist's recent desire to explore volume can be glimpsed. In this type of work, the event is twofold. The main event is on the image plane with a two-dimensional composition, but the medium, the process and the material emphasise its quality as an object and anchor its presence to something more physical.

A sculpture carved from spruce wood is also incorporated. The artist has begun to explore processes and techniques for working with volume in this material, so it is a sample of a line of work she has just begun, this piece being the second sculpture in her production with organic lines and forms similar to those we can see in paintings or in some drawings. 

Graduated in Fine Arts at the Faculty of Pontevedra with exchanges at the University of Porto (Portugal) and Guadalajara, Jalisco (Mexico). Master in Art Direction in Advertising.

Her work has been selected in art competitions such as the Novos Valores in Pontevedra, Auditorio de Galicia Prize in Santiago, the Isaac Díaz Pardo Plastic Arts Competition, the Ourense Provincial Council and the María José Jove Foundation International Art Prize.

He has exhibited collectively since 2013 in various exhibitions in Galicia, at the Kvit Gallery in Copenhagen, Centro Centro in Madrid or the Academia de España in Rome. In 2018 she had her first solo exhibition at Nordés in Santiago de Compostela, her representative gallery. Resident of the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (RAER), in the promotion 2018-2019.

His work can be found in collections such as: CA2M, CGAC, María Cristina Masaveu Peterson Collection, María José Jove Foundation Collection, DKV Collection, Alhambra Collection, Collection of the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome, Oliva Arauna Collection, MICA Collection, Diputación de Ourense, Diputación de A Coruña and private collections. 

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