31 Figurative Paintings by Spanish Artist Jordi Diaz Alama

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Jordi Diaz Alama was born in Barcelona in 1986. He is a painting and drawing teacher at the School of Fine Arts, University of Barcelona, where she graduated in 2008. After completing the bachelor gets a scholarship and stay for a year in Arauco’s Foundation with the painter Guillermo Muñoz Vera in Madrid (Spain).

After that, He went to Florence (Italy) for study the drawing and painting program in The Florence Academy Of Art, Studying with teachers as Daniel Graves, Ramiro Sanchez, Jordan Sockol among others. During summer of 2010, Diaz-Alamà was studying with the painter Odd Nerdrum in Norway. During summer of 2011 he studied with Antonio López Garcia in Ávila.

Master and doctoral student in art productions at the University of Barcelona. 

Alama Diaz was awarded first prize in”Figurative’s 11″ of the Foundation for the Arts and Artists in Barcelona. His “Goodbye dear Chon” was selected by BP Portrait in National Portrait Gallery in London. Honorable Mention in the 5th contest Figurative Painting and Sculpture in Figurativa’s 10.

It currently has works on display at the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) in Barcelona, the Caja de Avila, and in various galleries. Already has his 25 years with numerous exhibitions, Internationals art fairs and three individual exhibitions.
He was a member of the jury Painting Biennial The Mutual Carme in Granollers, Barcelona. He currently works with gallery Castelló 120 (Madrid), El Quatre (Granollers, Barcelona), El claustre Gallery of art (Girona), and the Huygens Art online gallery.

Jordi Diaz Alamà was born in Barcelona in 1986. He is a plastic painter and professor at the Department of Drawing at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Barcelona, ​​where he graduated in Fine Arts and in the mode and itinerary of drawing in 2008. At the end of the degree he obtains a scholarship for training and stay at the Arauco Foundation with the painter Guillermo Muñoz Vera in Chinchón (Madrid), where he spent one year of his training.

His next course leads us to Florence where he obtained, in 2009, the Graduate in the Drawing program at the art school The Florence Academy of Art, by painters Daniel Graves, Jordan Sockol and Ramiro Sánchez among others.

He was a student of the painter Odd Nerdrum in Norway during the summer of 2010. He did a painting course with the painter Antonio López García in Ávila in 2011.
Master student and doctorate in artistic productions at the University of Barcelona.

Diaz Alamà was awarded the first prize of painting “Figurative’s 11” of the Foundation of Arts and Artists of Barcelona. His work “Goodbye dear Chón” was selected by BP Portrait at the National Portrait Gallery in London. Honorable Mention in the 5th Painting and Sculpture contest at Figurativa’s 10 in Madrid. He currently has exhibits at the European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) in Barcelona, ​​in the Obra Social Caja de Ávila, and in various galleries. It already has 25 years with numerous group exhibitions and three individual exhibitions.

He has been a member of the jury of the bi-annual Painting Competition La Mutua del Carme in Granollers, Barcelona. He is a participant artist in the international art fair of Art Madrid with the gallery El Quatre de Granollers. 

He currently works and exhibits his work in the galleries Castelló 120 (Madrid), El Quatre (Granollers, Barcelona), El Claustre gallery (Girona), and in the online gallery Huygens Art.
In 2013, he founded the Barcelona Academy of Art www.academyofartbarcelona.com, the first Spanish international center of excellence in the teaching of realistic figurative arts.

The young artist Jordi Díaz Alamà is the winner of Figurativas ’11, an award granted by the Foundation of the Arts and the Artists and the European Museum of Modern Art. This year has been proclaimed winner of the International Drawing Ynglada-Guillot, based at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Sant Jodi.

Was formed at the University of Barcelona and Florence Academy of Art, and has taught drawing at the University of Barcelona and the School of Fashion Design Felicidad Duce.

In addition to his love of painting, Díaz Alamà has a great commitment to the promotion and preservation techniques of the great masters of painting from the late eighteenth century. That is why he has decided to open the Barcelona Academy of Art which, he says, is created “in order to promote the technical and professional artist, so to ensure the future quality of the art realistic figurative art, without trade, can hardly survive. “

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