Collective Exhibitions

2013:

“Spanish Artists in Korea.” “El Prado” Hall at Instituto Cervantes, May 18-26, Daegu, South Korea.

2010:

5th Painting and Figurative Sculpting Competition of the Arts and Artists Foundation

Museum: Casa de la Moneda, September 6-October 10, Madrid

Pictorial Posters of the Council of Brotherhoods and Confraternities of Seville. Chamber of Commerce, Industry, and Navigation of Seville, March 8-April 9, Seville. 2013:

2007:

75th Anniversary of the Peña Trianera Exhibition. Ateneo, March 19-30.

2005:

Exhibition to benefit the Andalusian Association for the Fight Against Leukemia, Rocío Bellido, Velázquez Hall. Ateneo de Sevilla, November 18-December 2.

2004:

Seville Art ‘2004 Contemporary Art Fair.  

Patio de los Naranjos Exhibition by the Savior of Seville Church (Iglesia del Salvador de Sevilla).

2003:

Expo Art Gallery, March, Madrid.

Seville Art ‘2003 Contemporary Art Fair, January 16-19

Velázquez Hall. Ateneo de Sevilla, November 6-15.

2002:

Seville Art ‘2002 Contemporary Art Fair, Exhibitions and Conference Center, January 17-20, Seville.

2001:

Seville Art ‘2001 Contemporary Art Fair, Exhibitions and Conference Center, January 18-21, Seville.

2000:

MAC’ 21 III International Contemporary Art Fair, Exhibitions Pavilion, July 18-23, Marbella, Málaga.

Seville Art ‘2000 Latin American Contemporary Art Fair, Exhibitions and Conference Center, January 13-17, Seville.

1999:

“May” Pablo Ruíz Gallery, Málaga.

Europ’art 99. Palexpo, April 14-18, Genova, Italy.

Seville Art ’99 Contemporary Art Fair, Exhibitions and Conference Center, January 14-17, Seville.

1998:

“Art: A Wind of Peace for Central America,” Haurie Gallery, December 17-24, Seville.

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María José Aguilar

María José Aguilar is born in 1964 in the city of Seville, Spain.

From her earliest age she demonstrates artistic inclination and abilities.

She grow up admiring great masters of the History of Painting, especially the Spanish Baroque painters like Murillo, Velázquez, Zurbarán, Valdés Leal ... those that would have a first and great influence on her.

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