Linarejos Moreno

Linarejos Moreno born in Madrid 1974. In 1996 she graduate by Conservation and Restoration of the National Heritage and Cultural Assets School (E.S.C.R.B.C). She earned her BA in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) in 1998. She finished her Master in Technologies Digitales in Photography and Video at UCM in 1999 and received her ABD in Fine Arts from the UCM in 2000. She completed her training formation in Paris working in the department of photography and graphic design in the architecture agency Zen+DCO from 2000-02

Linarejos received the Purificación García prize for Contemporary Photography in 2008, in 2005 the prestigious prize in Painting and Photography awarded by the newspaper ABC and fellowships from Injuve (Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs) Germinations, Casa de Velázquez (French Research Ministry) and INICIARTE (Culture Department, Andalusian Council). She has held solo exhibitions at the Sala Amadis in Madrid, the Vacío 9 gallery in Madrid, the Llucia Homs gallery in Barcelona, Antonio de Barnola gallery in Barcelona and the Casa de Velázquez in Madrid.

Her work has been included in institutional exhibitions at the Da2. Center for Contemporary Art. Salamanca, Idilio. Sueño o Falacia (Idyll: Dream of Fallacy); at the Alcalá 31. Community of Madrid hall, , Arte Emergente Español (Emerging Spanish Art); at the UCCA-Beijing Foundation, Hybrid Generations: Forms and Languages of Video-Art in Spain; at the Cervantes Institute in New York and Moscow, 10+ Diez; and at competitions exhibitions like Generaciones 2003 and the Pilar Citoler Contemporary Photography Prize.

She has participated in shows and festivals like the Valencia Biennale,Valencia; Rafael Boti Biennale, Cordoba and Photoespaña 09, Madrid. Her works have been displayed at fairs including ARCO, Madrid; Pulse Miami and Miami Nad Fair, Miami; VOLTA SHOW, Basel; MACO, Mexico; Art Athina, Athens; Art Brussels, Brussels; Artíssima, Turin; and CIGE, Beijing.
Currently, she is residing and working in Houston and next year she will attend an artist-in-residence at the ISCP Studio Residency Program in New York.