Eduardo Palomares © 2020



Eduardo Palomares

Madrid 1992



2015-present: Fine Arts, Akademie der Bildenden Künste (ADBK) tutored by Jorinde Voigt, Pola Sieverding and Eva Grubinger

2015: Bachelor in Fine Arts, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.




2019 Akvo Inauguration. Group Performance, Galerie Foe, Munich, Germany. 

2019 Universal data exploration of our digital presence. Biennale of Contemporary Art 2019 MaCaM, Beirut, Lebanon.

2019 Generation´19. 17 Video Portraits. Berlin Art Week, Studio Jorinde Voigt, Berlin, Garmany.

2019 Karl & Faber Preis der Stiftung Kunstakademie München, Group Exhibition Munich, Germany

2019 Untitled, Space Nouvelle, Innsbruck, Austria.

2018 Jorinde Voigt und Meisterschüler, The inverse Narrative

group exhibition, Städtische Galerie Eichenmüllerhaus, Lemgo, Germany.

2016 What people do for money, Zunfthaus Voltair. Manifesta11, Bienal Zurich, Switzerland.

2016 Notel Prinzregent, group exhibition, Hotel Prinzregent, Munich. Germany


2016 Polyphon, Group exhibition, Katholische Akademie in Bayern, Munich. Germany

2015 Controlled flow, Group performance Labor/ Leonrod Haus Munich

2014 The olive tree has died / Los olivos han muerto, Group Installation Faculty of fine arts Madrid.

2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 JAHRESAUSSTELLUNG Akademie der Bildenden Künste Munich, Germany.



Cabaret der Künstler Zunfthaus Voltair. Joint-ventures performances. Zurich, 2018 ISBN: 978-3-033-06351-8

Notel  Prinzregent. Munich, 2017  ISBN: 978-3-932934-37-7

Eduardo Palomares is a young artist born in Spain but living and working in Germany. He has studied Arts in Madrid and he is finishing his masters in arts studying in the Art Academy of Munich.

His work is an artistic and historical interpretation of reality. To understand this reality he is working with the concept of power,  studying how power influenced people through urbanism, maps, religion, and movement of people, he uses traditional and new media techniques to propose questions about how humans are attempting to control others for survival.






Eduardo Palomares