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Antonio Gálvez

Antonio Gálvez was born in Barcelona in 1928. He lived in Paris between 1965 and 1992, and actually resides in Barcelona. During the sixties he worked with theatre both in Spain and Paris. From 1969 onwards he collaborated with Luis Buñuel and started his oeuvre about the filmmaker. In 1970 he works on the theme of Gaudi and begins a collection of works-portraits of great figures &#171My Bigheaded Friends&#187. In 1972 he starts work on the collection entitled &#171That False Light of Day&#187 about suicide and madness. In 1979 he works for the UNESCO in Paris as author of the photographs of the International day of Children. He has received numerous prizes in Spain and abroad. In 1968, invited by Jean Vilar, he exhibits his work about theatre at the International Theatre Festival of Avignon. He has participated in numerous individual and collective exhibitions: Palais de Chaillot, Paris1971); Espace Oscar Niemayer, Le Havre (1983); Museo Cantini, Marseille 1990); Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid (1991); Palau de la Virreina, Barcelona (1992); Palacio de Sástago, Zaragoza (1994).

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