Ángela Bonadies

Artist in Residence at 18th Street Arts Center
Presented at 18th Street Arts Center
Presented at LACMA

Venezuela-based Ángela Bonadies is an artist whose work focuses on memory, the archive, urban space and thinking about the photographic image from the perspective of photography.

Bonadies’ recent exhibitions include: West Side at Abra, Caracas, Venezuela; Translocations at Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona, Spain; Bonadies + Caula: cartografías de un territorio compartido at Centro de Historias de Zaragoza, Spain; The beast is the sovereign at MACBA, Barcelona, Spain and WKV, Stuttgart, Germany; The White Elephant at After-the-butcher gallery, Berlin, Germany; and Global Activism at ZKM, Karlsruhe, Germany.

Bonadies has received the Premio Latinoamericano de Fotografía Josune Dorronsoro (2004), the Ayuda a la Creación (2008) provided by Matadero in Madrid, and the Ayuda a la Producción (2006) by Arteleku, Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain. The project La Torre de David was named on of the “Best Architecture and Landcape Projects” in 2011 by the magazine Polis, and “Best of Architecture” in 2011 by DomusWeb.