Armando Andrade Tudela

Armando Andrade Tudela (born 1975 in Lima, Peru, lives and works between Berlin and Saint-Étienne, France) works with a wide range of media in order to explore the intersecting interfaces between popular culture, politics and fine art. While frequently using the South American cultural and historical context as his starting point, Andrade Tudela in fact focuses on complex systems of translation and transference; how are aesthetic ideas assimilated and reactivated politically, or socially, at a local level? And more broadly speaking, how are ideasthemselves embedded within the fabric of geography and physical topography?
Andrade Tudela studied at Pontifícia Universidad Católica, Lima, Perú, The Royal College of Arts, London, and at the Jan Van Eyck Akademie. He has had exhibitions at Macba (Barcelona), Frac Bourgogne, DAAD (Berlin), the Museo de Arte de Lima, the Ikon Gallery (Birmingham), the FKV (Frankfurt) and the Kunsthalle Basel. He has taken part in the 2006 Sao Paulo Biennial and the 2006 Shanghai Biennial.
Armando Andrade Tudela - On Working And Then Not Working - Autoeclipse
trilingual edition (English / Spanish / French)
Bom Dia Boa Tarde Boa Noite
Conceived on the occasion of two exhibitions at CA2M Madrid and CRAC Alsace, this catalogue features extensive documentation and collages of the artist's evolving works as well as essays by the show's curators, Elfi Turpin and Daniel Steegmann Mangrané.
Armando Andrade Tudela - Selected Works - 2003-2012
bilingual edition (English / French)
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
First major monograph: different perspectives on Andrade Tudela's artistic practice, juxtaposing positions and readings from Europe and Latin America, with about 400 illustrations including many reproductions of previously unseen works.
Armando Andrade Tudela - Nine Images of the Glass House and One Portrait
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Photographic essay dedicated to Lina Bo Bardi's Glass House. Armando Andrade Tudela outlines the relationship between the light, the building's structure and its close environment. Glass House is a perfect example of the union of Modernism and Brazilian vernacular architecture, and Bo Bardi's first production in Brazil.

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