Bio of Claudia Arbulu
Born in Paris on July 16, 1974, of Spanish and Peruvian nationality. Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. In 1996 he moved to Washington D.C. to attend as a free student at the Corcoran Art Institute of Georgetown and deepen in her studies in Theory and Artistic Practice.
In 2003 she arrives in Madrid and after validate her degree by the Ministry of Education of Spain, she studies a Master in Theory and Practice of Contemporary Art specializing in Art Criticism, Art Market and Public Art by the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). Later, in the same university, she studies Doctoral studies in History and Theory of Contemporary Practices (20th and 21st century) in the Faculty of Geography and History, obtaining the Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) in Aesthetics and Theory of the Arts with the Thesis: 'Analysis of Contemporary Museology'. In 2014 she obtains a PhD Doctorate in Philosophy, in the area of Aesthetics and Theory of Arts by the Department of Philosophy and Philosophy Moral and Politics of the Faculty of Philosophy of the National University of Distance Education of Spain (UNED) with the Doctoral Thesis: 'New Artistic Behaviors: The Catalans of Paris'. This Doctoral Thesis has been published in the academic webs of prestigious universities and is part of the physical funds of consultation in diverse libraries of national and international museums and institutions.
Parallel to her work in the cultural field both in museums - as coordination and sponsorship - and independently as exhibition curator and consultant for public projects, she presents as an artist several solo exhibitions and participates in many collective exhibitions in different countries, as well as being selected For some scholarships and art awards. In turn, she has collaborated for several years as a teaching support in the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), as well as sporadic collaborator for research projects of the Department of Philosophy and Philosophy Moral and Politics of the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Distance Education of Spain (UNED). She also writes regularly for scientific journals specialized in Aesthetics and Theory of the Arts and is a regular lecturer in various Contemporary Art congresses. In the year 2016, in the month of May, she published her first book in Criticism-Aesthetics and Theory of the Arts. This book entitled 'The Catalans of Paris'.An aesthetic analysis, approach the artistic practices and poetics of this group of artists - partially forgotten - (Antoni Miralda, Joan Rabascall, Benet Rossell y Jaume Xifra) with the critical-theoretical and aesthetic-phenomenological categories that contribute most to understanding their production both in group and individually. In addition to her practice as an art critic and curator, being member of the Spanish Society of Aesthetics and Theory of the Arts (SEyTA), Claudia Arbulu Soto also currently works as a collector's adviser for individuals and institutions as well as the is General Director of the online art gallery Claudia Arbulu Gallery (www.claudiaarbulugallery.com) promoting the global exchange of artistic practices and the activation of the art market at the intercontinental level.
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