Pepa Clavo

Pepa Clavo was born in 1934 in Madrid, Spain. A self-taught artist, she began her artistic career in 1977.

Solo Exhibitions

1979 Ramon Duran Gallery, Madrid

 

Group Exhibitions

1980 Sardon Gallery, Leon, France

Atlapa Center, Panama

1981 Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

1982 Atrium Gallery, Zaragoza, Spain

Ramon Duran Gallery, Madrid

Saggitarius Gallery, Fuengirola, Malaga

Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Preciados Galleries, Madrid

Arts 49 Gallery, Valencia, Spain

Urbis Club, Madrid

1983 Preciados Galleries, Madrid

Ramon Duran Gallery, Madrid

1984 Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Capilla del Oidor, Alcala de Henares, Madrid

Ministry of Culture, Madrid

1985 J. Ramirez de Lucas Collection, Guadalajara, Mexico

Ministry of Culture, Madrid

1986 Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

1987 Kreisler Gallery, Madrid

Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

1988 Provincial Diputacion, Jaen, Spain

Centro Naif Art Gallery, Madrid

Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

1989 4th International Salon of Naïve Art, Paris

Madrid Community, Madrid

UNESCO, Paris

Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Ghiese Hall, Menorca, Spain

Magerit Hall, Madrid

Almagro Theatre Musuem, Ciudad Real, Spain

1990 Max Fourny Naïve Art Musuem, Paris

Municipal Chamber of Amadora, Amadora, Portugal

Alfama Gallery, Madrid

1991 Cesare Zabattini Musuem, Luzzara, Italy

Tusset Gallery, Barcelona

Casino Estoril Art Gallery, Estoril, Portugal

Municipal Junta of Moncloa, Moncloa, Spain

Guimaraes Museum of Naïve Art, Guimaraes, Portugal

Kreisler Gallery, Barcelona

Xxxx L’ille de France Museum of Naïve Art, Ivelines, France

Xxxx Villardompardo Palace Musuem, Jaen, Spain

2006 “Iberian Reveries”, GINA Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

 

Prizes

1991 1st Prize, 2nd International Salon of Naïve Painting, Casino Estoril Art Gallery,

Estoril, Portugal

 

Bibliography

La Cite et Les Naifs”, Gilles Mermet, 1986, Paris

La Navidad y los Naif”, Juan Ramirez de Lucas, xxxx, Madrid

El Teatro en la pintura Naif”, Madrid Community, xxxx, Madrid

L’Art Naif Espagnol”, Max Fourny Museum, xxxx, Paris