LCB presents projects by some of the most talented visual artists emerging onto the international circuit from across the world.
We work closely with our artists to produce site-specific shows within the gallery space, and public interventions outside La Caja Blanca, whilst acting as a platform to launch them internationally through participation in specialised art fairs.
Nakmura’s family roots are steeped in Japanese tradition, which includes the traditional art of making
After graduating in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, Carreño pursues postgraduate studies, bringing together her interest in digital media and investigation.
She has participated in numerous group shows in London (London Print Studio), Dakar (Off Dak’art), Barcelona (CCCB, CASM, MACBA, Galeria Ferrán Cano), Madrid (Arco 2002), Rekjavík (Icelandic College of Arts and Crafts), Munich (Steindruck Müncher Künstlerhaus) and solo shows (Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró, Palma de Mallorca).
Newsha Tavakolian is one of the most outstanding young artists in Iran today. Her career spans photojournalism and a flourishing artistic practice which is informed by the social and contemporary socio-political tensions in the Middle East.
Lives and works in London, UK. Noa Lidor was born in Israel, in January 1977. In 2001, she graduates with honours from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (Jerusalem), after which she completes an MA in the Chelsea College of Art and Design (London, UK).
Mitos has shown extensively across Europe, within the context of group shows and as a member of artistic teams.
Some of these include: Metápolis 2001 in the Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona), Art Futura 2001 in the CCCB (Barcelona), in A GESA in the Fundació Pilar i Joan Miró (Mallorca), and Marcel.lí Antúnez’s show Pol, which won an award in the 2003 edition of Ars Electrónica 2003.
Kira Ball graduated from Camberwell College of Art (University of the Arts London) with a BA Hons. in Fine Art, and specialised in contemporary ceramics. She currently lives and works in Binissalem (Mallorca) a village reputed for its tradition of stoke cutting and quarrying. She develops site specific installations, inspired by Mediterranean landscapes through her characteritic combinations of Limoges porcelain, light, wind and sand.
The works Yara El-Sherbini presents in her first solo exhibition rely heavily on humour, and are far from politically correct.
With the characteristic defiance of youth, Yara’s artistic discourse homes in on so called “sensitive issues”, and invites the viewer to temporarily suspend disengagement.
Since 2003, with the help of grants awarded from the Rotary Club Palma Ramon Llull, Fundación Pilar i Joan Miró and Sa Nostra, Moratinos has enjoyed various opportunities to spend time and work in New York.
In July 2008, Moratinos visits London to complete a residency Project at the Slade School of Art (UCL), thanks to a grant awarded by the university itself.
Controversial artist Regina Galindo is
considered to be one of the most subversive voices in
contemporary art today.
Despite having exhibited
worldwide, to great international acclaim – In 2005,
Galindo was awarded the prestigious Leone de Oro, at the
51st Bienale di Venezia for best young artist – her work
remains decidedly anti-establishment.
Galindo’s is first and foremost a performance artist who
uses her own body to enact and denounce the themes
which dominate her artistic discourse.
Reid studied BA and MFA at the Slade School of Art, specialising in Fine Art Sculpture. In 2006 she was awarded the Clare Winsten Memorial Trust prize for "outstanding female graduating student" of British nationality, in conjunction with Lisa Peachy, recently been selected for the MaxMara – Whitechapel Gallery Art Prize.