La Fugue
Du 11 octobre au 16 novembre 2012 38 Contemporary Casablanca

La Fugue

Raphaële de La Fortelle, Loubna Essabane
La Galerie 38
Français / Anglais
128 pages
23 x 32,5 cm
Octobre 2012

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Amparo Sard started her career piercing small white papers. Self portraits in surrealistic situations where she was expressing with a very personal language and technique. She continued evolving in her research by enlarging papers and creating white huge fiberglass installations or aluminum sculptures. Today Sard uses all kind of materials: resin paintings, polyurethane, videos and recently recycled plastic, being also involved in the conservation of the planet and trying to raise awareness. In her work white color represents what we see from eyes out, a linear reading of our environment. Black, deformations or exorbitant dimensions show other kind of images totally opposite. They allow what really moves us, what we perceive from the eyes inward, what provokes effective emotions, the tension that awakes our intuition.
“Piercing help me to connect everything, breaking the old idea of the image but also a representation of this going trough inside, and hint at its most sinister meaning. To create tension there has to be an initial image, the one that reminds us how it should be, projected by our memory; and a final image, presented to us in the artwork.”


BFA University of Barcelona.

MA New School University, New York.

Doctorgrade, University of Barcelona.

Recognition of the Dutch LXRY List 2018 as one of the best 15 artist in the world.

Golden Medal awarded by the Italian Government to her career.

First award Rendibu Video.

Generación 2005 Award Caja Madrid, Madrid, Spain.

First national award, Deutsche Bank Identity Competition, Barcelona.

First international award, Deutsche Bank Identity Competition, Berlin.

Sa Nostra award (Master of Arts in Media Studies), New York.

First award, Premio Ciutat de Palma, Palma de Mallorca, Spain.


Reacciones precarias. Amparo Sard. Pilar Serra Gallery — Madrid (Spain)
Viaje a Saturno, Amparo Sard — Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Spain)

Hybridizations. White Box — Beijing (China)
Slowly trough Whater, Amparo Sard. Phoebus Galerie — Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Demasiada Empatía, Amparo Sard. Artizar Gallery — La Laguna (Spain)
Too much Empathy, Amparo Sard. Paola Verrengia Gallery — Salerno (Italy)

The Dialectic Body. Arts Connection Foundation — Miami (United States)

Luz. La sombra del tiempo, Amparo Sard. Contemporary Art Museum of Tenerife — (Spain)
Autotomía, Amparo Sard. Pelaires Gallery — Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
Cutting the space, Amparo Sard. Paola Verrengia Gallery — Salerno (Italy)

Limits. Contemporary Art Museum of Rome — (Italy)
Sights and Shadows. Bravin Lee Gallery — New York (United States)
Paisaje Umbrío. Barjola Museum — Gijon (Spain)

Boundaries. Isa Gallery — Mumbai (India)
Hauptpunkt.. Paola Verrengia Gallery — Salerno (Italy)
El nacimiento de la tragedia. Terrassa Museum — Terrassa (Spain)

La Otra, ABC Museum — Madrid (Spain)
Paisaje Interactivo. Ferran Cano Gallery — Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
Shady Landscape, Paisaje Umbrío, Museo de Pollensa — Mallorca (Spain)
Pareidolia. Es Baluard, Modern and Contemporary Art Museum — Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
Interior Landscape, BCK Gallery — Marrakech (Morocco)

Amparo Sard – Spacing the Impasse, Rena Bransten Gallery — San Francisco (United States)
La Fuga, Espacio Líquido Gallery — Gijón (Spain)
La Fugue, La Galerie 38 — Casablanca (Morocco)

Espaciando. Ferran Cano Gallery — Barcelona (Spain)
Paola Verrengia Gallery — Salerno (Spain)

Impasse. Voss Gallery — Dusseldorf (Germany)
Phoebus Gallery — Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Impasse. Canem Gallery — Castellón de la Plana (Spain)

The Error of Oversight. Rena Bransten Gallery — San Francisco (United States)
Impasse. Casal Solleric Museum, — Palma de Mallorca (Spain)

The Fly Woman and the mistake. Natuur Historisch Museum — Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Mistake. Bravin Lee Gallery — New York (United States)
Signature Gallery — Miami (United States)

Amparo Sard. La Caixa Foundation — Lerida (Spain)
Amparo Sard. María Prego Gallery — Vigo (Spain)
Amparo Sard. Ferran Cano Gallery — Palma de Mallorca (Spain)

La Mujer Mosca. Espacio Líquido Gallery — Gijon (Spain)
The Fly Woman. Bravin Lee Gallery — New York (United States)

Amparo Sard, The Fly Woman. Contemporary Space Gallery — Tokyo (Japan)
The Fly Woman. Van der Voort Gallery — Ibiza (Spain)
Amparo Sard, The Fly Woman. Paola Verrengia Gallery — Salerno (Italy)

Phoebus Gallery — Rotterdam (Netherlands)

Amparo Sard, Van der Voort Gallery — Ibiza (Spain)
Amparo Sard, Ferran Cano Gallery — Barcelona (Spain)

Eude Gallery — Barcelona (Spain)

Crazy Mol by Amparo Sard. Deutsche Bank Contemporary Space — Madrid (Spain)

Eude Gallery — Barcelona (Spain)


What’s the smell of an exhibition, LABoral Museum — Gijon (Spain)
California African American Museum — Los Angeles (United States)

Hola Spain, The Cube Museum / Seongnam Arts Center, Korea, with Picasso, Dali, Miro, Usle, and Chillida.
From madonna to Maddona, DA2, Domius Artivm — Salamanca (Spain)
M.A.V. Pilar i Joan Miro Foundation — Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
Solo Video #3, Casal Solleric — Palma de Mallorca (Spain)
Open hof Houden, Phoebus Gallery — Rotterdam (Netherlands)
UNC Gallery, Korea, with Miro, Tapies, Saura, and Lacalle.
Fuso, Video program #2 — Lisbon (Portugal)

N2 Gallery, Jaume Plensa and Amparo Sard.
Palma Photo Festival, Ramon Llull Institut.
Eva Vetközni, Instituto Cervantes — Budapest (Hungary)
Sieben Grüne Sterne, Kunstraum — Frankfurt (Germany)
Imagery Affairs, Cineteca, Matadero — Madrid (Spain)

Desnudo a Eva, Instituto Cervantes — Berlin (Germany)
Everything Changes, Galería DNA, Berlin, with Gary Hill, Tatsumi Orimoto, Hung-Chih Peng and Liu Zhenchen.
Pure Paper, Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, CA, with Vik Muniz, Bovely Lee, Paul Hayes, and Peter Callesen.
Ellas, Creadoras de los siglos XX y XXI, Caja Vital, Vitoria.
Higher Institute of Cinema in Cairo, Egypt, with Joana Vasconcelos, Kaoru Katayama, Carla Zacagnini and Vasco Araújo.
Visión: Desafíos, NM.
Artivm Museum, Video(S)torias.
LICHT!, Nieuwe Vide — Haarlem (Netherlands)
Concepts, Gabarron Foundation — New York (United States)
CONCEPTS, Instituto Cervantes — Wien (Austria)
MICROWAVE — (Hong Kong)

Special Guests, Círculo de Bellas Artes from Tenerife.
El Ángel Exterminador: A room for Contemporary Art, Palais des Beaux Arts de Bruselas (BOZAR), curated by Fernando Castro.
Palacio de la Diputación de Cádiz, curated by Paula Llull.
Screen Festival — Oslo (Norway)
Marlborough Gallery — Madrid (Spain)
Marlborough Gallery — Barcelona (Spain)
Holland Paper Bienale 2010, CODA Museum — (Netherlands)
Visión: Desafíos, curated by Magda González-Mora.
Impakt Ferstival — Amsterdam (Netherlands)
MOCA, Modern and Contemporary Art Museum — Seoul (Korea)

Expanded drawings, DNA Gallery — Berlin (Germany)
Royal Ontario Museum — Toronto (Canada)

I have a dream, Gabarron Foundation – Carriage House Center for the Arts, New York, with Bourgeois, Jasper Johns, Kiki Smith, and Bruce Nauwman.
Order, desire, light, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Ireland, with Kentridge, Le Witt, Muniz, Oursler, Polke, Richter, Smith, and Tapies.
White Box Gallery, New York, with Wolf Vostell, Marina Abramovic, and Gary Hill.
Thomas Gallery — Munich (Germany)

Aquí y ahora, Alcalá 31, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain, curated by Maria Martin.

Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid, organizes Loewe Foundation.
Take me with you, Museo Mori — Tokyo (Japan)
Oltre Lilith, Rome, Italy, with Marina Abramovic and Rebecca Horn.
Mediterráneo Contemporáneo, Museo Castelo Aragonese, Taranto, Italy, colectiva comisariada por Antonio D’Avossa.

3D+1, Castillo de Santa Bábara, Alicante, colectiva comisariada por Paco Rico.
Art Report, Palma de Mallorca, with Miquel Barceló, Barry Flanagan and Bernardí Roig, curated by Gabriel Amer.

Bienal de Valencia, Spain, Martinez Guerrikabeitia.
Video Mix, La Casa Encendida, Caja, Madrid, Spain, curated by Javier Duero.