Born in1973 in Mallorca,Spain.

Lives and works between Barcelona & Mallorca.




2003,MA  New School University,NY.

1999,BFA Universidad de Barcelona.





Barjola Museum, Gijon.

Museo d’arte contemporanea,(Macro museum),Rome.



Galerie Isa,Mumbai.

Starke Foundation, Berlin.

La Otra. Paola Verrengia Gallery, Salerno.



Ferran Cano Gallery,Palma de Mallorca.

Paisaje Umbrío (Shady Landscape). Museo de Pollensa.

Pareidolia. EsBaluard, Modern and Contemporary Art Museum, Palma de Mallorca.

Interior Landscape. BCK Gallery, Marrakech.

La Otra. ABC Museum, Madrid.



Phoebus Gallery, Rotterdam.

Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco.

La Fuga. Espacio Líquido Gallery, Gijón.

La Fugue. La Galerie 38, Casablanca.



Phoebus Gallery,Rotterdam.

Paola Verrengia Gallery, Salerno.


VOSS Gallery,Dusseldorf.

Ferran Cano Gallery, Barcelona.

Phoebus Gallery, Rotterdam.



Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco.



Bravin Lee Gallery, New York.

Grusenmeyer Gallery,Deurle,Belgium.

Natuur Historisch Museum, Rotterdam.

Signature Gallery, Miami.



Phoebus Gallery.,Rotterdam.

La Caixa Foundation, Lerida.

María Prego Gallery, Vigo.

Ferran Cano Gallery, Palma de Mallorca.



Espacio Líquido Gallery, Gijon.

N2 Gallery.,Barcelona.

Bravin Lee Gallery, New York.



Contemporary Space,Saporo.

Van der Voort Gallery, Ibiza.

Paola Verrengia Gallery, Salerno

Phoebus Gallery, Rotterdam.



Phoebus Gallery, Rotterdam.

Generación 2005 Award, Caja,Madrid.



Van der Voort Gallery, Ibiza.

Ferran Cano Gallery, Barcelona.



Eude Gallery, Barcelona.



Deutsche Bank Contemporary Space, Madrid.

Sa Nostra Award (Master of Arts in Media Studies), New York.

Competition for Young Artists, Barcelo Foundation, Palma de Mallorca.



First Prize, Premio Ciutat de Palma. Palma de Mallorca.

First National Prize Deutsche Bank, Barcelona.

First International Prize Deutsche Bank, Berlín.

Eude Gallery, Barcelona.





What’s the smell of an exhibition. LABoral Museum, Gijon.

CAAM Museum.



Hola Spain. The Cube Museum. With Picasso, Dali, Miro, Usle, Chillida.

From madonna to Maddona. DA2. Domius Artivm, Salamanca.

M.A.V. Pilari Joan Miro Foundation.

Solo Video #3. Casal Solleric.

Open hof Houden. Phoebus Gallery, Rotterdam.

UNC Gallery. Korea. (With Miro, Tapies, Saura, Lacalle)

Fuso. Video program #2. Lisboa.



N2 Gallery. Jaume Plensa and Amparo Sard.

Palma Photo Festival. Ramon Llull Institut.

Eva Vetközni. Instituto Cervantes. Budapest.

Sieben Grüne Sterne. Kunstraum, Frankfurt.

Imagery Affairs. Cineteca, Matadero. Madrid.



Desnudoa Eva. Instituto Cervantes, Berlin.

Everything Changes. Galería DNA, Berlin. With Gary Hill, Tatsumi Orimoto, Hung-Chih Peng and Liu Zhenchen.

Pure Paper, Rena Bransten Gallery. With Vik Muniz, Bovely Lee, Paul Hayes, Peter Callesen.

Ellas. Creadoras de los siglos XX y XXI. Caja Vital. Vitoria.

Higher Institute of Cinema in Cairo. With Joana Vasconcelos, Kaoru Katayama, Carla Zacagnini and Vasco Araújo.

“Visión: Desafíos”. New México.

Artivm Museum. Video(S)torias.

LICHT!.Nieuwe Vide. Haarlem. The Netherlands

Concepts. Gabarron Foundation. New York.

CONCEPTS. Instituto Cervantes, Vienna.




Special Guests. Círculo de Bellas Artes from Tenerife.

“El Ángel Exterminador. A room for Contemporary Art”. Palais des Beaux Arts de Bruselas (BOZAR). Curated by Fernando Castro.

Palacio de la Diputación de Cádiz. Curated by Paula Llull.

Screen Festival Oslo.

Marlborough Gallery, Madrid.

Marlborough Gallery, Barcelona.

Holland Paper Bienale 2010. CODA Museum.

“Visión: Desafíos”. Curated by Magda González-Mora.

Impakt Ferstival, Amsterdam.

MOCA, Modern and Contemporary Art Museum. Seoul



Expanded drawings. DNA Gallery. Berlin.

Royal Ontario Museum.



I have a dream,Gabarron Foundation – Carriage House Center for the Arts, New York, With Bourgeois, Jasper Johns, Kiki Smith, Bruce Nauwman.

Order, desire, light. Irish Museum of Modern Art. With Kentridge, Le Witt, Muniz, Oursler, Polke, Richter, Smith, Tapies.

White Box Gallery.With Wolf Vostell, Marina Abramovic, Gary Hill. New York.

Thomas Gallery, Munich.



Aquí y ahora. Alcalá 31. Comunidad de Madrid. Curated by Maria Martin.



Círculo de BellasArtes de Madrid. Organizes Loewe Foundation.

Museo Mori, “take me with you”, Tokio.

Oltre Lilith, Roma. With Marina Abramovic, Rebecca Horn.

Medidetrraneo Contemporaneo. Museo Castelo Aragonese. Taranto. Colectiva comisariadapor  Antonio D’Avossa.



3D+1. Castillo de Santa Bábara, Alicante. Colectiva comisariadapor Paco Rico.

Art Report. Palma de Mallorca. With Miquel Barceló, Barry Flanagan and Bernardí Roig, curated by Gabriel Amer.



Bienal de Valencia, Martinez Guerrikabeitia.

Video Mix. La Casa Encendida, Caja Madrid. Madrid. Curated by Javier Duero.



2000  First award, Deutsche Bank National Competition, Barcelona.

First award, Deutsche Bank International Competition, Berlin.



Moma, New York.

Guggenheim, New York.

Deutsche Bank, New York.

West Collection (Chelsea Contemporary Art Museum), New York.

Taylers Museum, The Netherlands.

Artium Museum.

Deutsche Bank, Berlin.

Casal Solleric, Palma de Mallorca.

Loewe Foundation.

Testimoni, La Caixa.

Pilari Joan Miró Foundation.

Murcia Contemporary Art Museum.

Cantabria Government.

EsBaluard, Modern and Contemporary Art Museum from Palma de Mallorca.

CODA Museum. The Netherlands.


Back Press Release

Galerie Isa is pleased to announce an exhibition with iconic Spanish artist Amparo Sard. The exhibition opens on the 18th November 2014 and will continue till the 17th January 2015. This will be the first exhibition of the Spaniard in India.

Amparo Sard was born in Mallorca in 1973. She has a Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona, of which she currently is a Professor. She has been granted amongst others,the Deutsche Bank International Award in 2000. The artist lives and works between Barcelona and Mallorca.

Amparo Sard’s work is an intimate reflection on human nature, on doubt and anguish in human beings. It is, to a large extent, an analysis on human existence, a plastic meditation about contemporary identity, always more uncertain and to redefine, between indecision and mistake. Sard employs the most poetic and effective technique to express human confinement: void on white. Through thousands of painstaking hand perforations, Sard enhances the conflicts and anguish caused by indecision. Her works have a muted,and often neutral colour palette and the theme of piercing is very prominent in her images. By working with negative space and punctures,Sard develops a type of personal iconography that explores identity and femininity.

Sard’s artworks can be found in numerous notable collections,such as the MoMa,New York; Guggenheim,New York; Deutsche Bank Berlin & New York, amongst many other institutional and private collections.

Sard’s recent  institutional projects are La Otra (The Other), presented at the ABC Museum, Madrid,2013; Pareidolia at Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Mallorca,2013;  In the spring of 2015 Sard will open a major solo show at the Museo d’arte contemporanea (Macro museum) in Rome.