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Rafal Zajko / Paco Chanivet – Autor/a en A*Desk

Rafał Zajko (b. 1988, Białystok, Poland) lives and works in London, UK. He holds an MFA in Fine Art from Goldsmiths, University of London and a BA (Hons) in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art, London, UK. Recent solo exhibitions include Amber Waves at Public Gallery, Resuscitation, Castor
Projects, London, UK (2020); We Were Here/My Tu Bylismy, Galeria Im. Slendzinskich, Białystok, Poland (2019); Unputdownable, White Cubicle, London (2018).

Paco Chanivet (Seville, 1984) has a degree in Fine Arts, with studies in social and cultural anthropology, as well as in film direction and screenwriting. He lives and works in Barcelona. Some of his contributions in the national artistic field have been for: Sala d’Art Jove, La Virreina Centre de la Imatge, EspaiDos – Sala Muncunill, C.C. Las Cigarreras, ADN Platform, Arts Santa Mònica, La Capella, Matadero Madrid y Espai 13 de la Fundació Miró.

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