Jordi Díaz Alamà



Born in Granollers in 1986, Jordi Díaz Alamà studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona. After graduating, he spent time with the painter Guillermo Muñoz Vera in Chinchón (Madrid) [Fundación Arauco Scholarship], with Antonio López [Cátedra Francisco Goya Scholarship], and with the Norwegian painter Odd Nerdrum. His admiration for painting led him to enter the prestigious Florence Academy of Art (Florence, Italy), where he learned how to pay homage to the techniques of the great masters of the nineteenth century.

He was the winner of the Figurativas ’11 Competition organised by the Foundation for Arts and Artists in collaboration with the MEAM and the LI International Drawing Prize Ynglada-Guillot organised by the Reial Acadèmia Catalana de Belles Arts de Sant Jordi.

In September 2013 he inaugurated his educational project Barcelona Academy of Art, where he teaches courses in Drawing and Painting and where he also has located his studio.

In 2014 he received the Medal of Honor at the 29th BMW Painting Competition and in 2015 he was chosen as a finalist in the International ARC Salon competition, organised by Art Renewal Center. In September 2016 he received the first prize of painting of the Vila Casas Foundation for his work “The Throne of Hamelin”. For the same painting, he also receives the Honorable Mention in the ARC Salon Competition.

In November 2016, after two years of work, Diaz Alamà finished his work “La Cruz del Jubileo”, a commission from the Diocese of Vic for the Esglèsia dels Dolors. The work was presented to the public on November 12, 2016 in an event that took place in the Esglèsia dels Dolors, and which was attended by the Minister of Culture of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Mr. Santi Vila, Mr. Bishop of Vic, Romà Casanovas, who blessed the work.

In 2017, the Vila Casas Foundation exhibits his series “#ClásicosDesollados” and he is currently represented by the Miquel Alzueta Gallery.



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