rafael landea
 

Rafael Landea received his MFA from La Plata University, Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a 2011 recipient of a San Francisco Arts Commission Grant for Individual Artists and he was featured in the 2012 “Our Radar”, Creative Capital database of art projects. His works are included in the public collections at MaM (Museum of Art and Memory), and MPB (Fine Arts Museum Buenos Aires) Argentina.  His most recent solo exhibitions were "Malvinas" Museum Mavinas (ESMA) Buenos Aires, and “Maps of Silence”, a multimedia installation at the Exploratorium Museum of Art Science and Human Perception in San Francisco.  Other solo exhibition venues include Grace Cathedral 1055 Gallery, San Francisco; UNLP Buenos Aires University History Department, Argentina; and, Archimboldo Gallery, Buenos Aires, Argentina.  Group exhibition highlights include “Performance” at Gensler San Francisco. Rafael has worked as a set designer and painter for theater in Argentina for more than 15 years. He has also been actively involved in designing and producing murals nationally and internationally; the latest in San Francisco, funded by Artery Project, and collaborations in Turin and Genoa, Italy.