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Juan Luis Moraza | Artistas | Guggenheim Bilbao Museoa
1960

Born on June 22.

1978

Receives second prize in a competition to plan Parque de Tellaetxe in Barakaldo, Spain.

1979

Together with artist María Luisa Fernández, creates the Comité de Vigilancia Artística (CVA), which is how they sign a series of conceptual works that explore the relationship between art and philosophy. Their first work appears the following year in the group exhibition Espacio poético experimental at Casa de España in Paris.

1982

CVA presents its first exhibition, at the Aula de Cultura de la Caja de Ahorros Municipal in Bilbao. Earns a degree in fine arts at the Universidad del País Vasco in Leioa.

1983

The CVA exhibition Cicatriu a la matriu is presented at Galeria Metrònom in Barcelona. Begins teaching in the faculty of fine arts at the Universidad del País Vasco, where he will remain until 1990. Wins second prize at Gure Artea 1983, sponsored by the Basque government, and in the city of Bilbao’s sculpture competition. Receives a grant from the Basque government.

1984

CVA is disbanded. Wins second prize for sculpture at Gure Artea 1984.

1985

Participates in Mitos y delitos at Galeria Metrònom in Barcelona; the exhibition later travels to the Aula de Cultura de la Caja de Ahorros Municipal in Bilbao.

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