Lula Goce

(Baiona 06/11/1960 -)


Biography

Lula Goce is an all-rounder artist and a representative of the Spanish contemporary urban art scene. Born in 1976 in Baiona, Galicia, she moved in 1996 to Salamanca where she graduated in Fine Arts, specializing in painting. Later, and to pursue her studies, she moved again, this time to Barcelona where she followed a Ph.D. in Contemporary Art at the University of Barcelona and a Masters in Artistic Creation. Lula Goce’s life has always been linked to art. Today, not only does she produces art she also teaches it. For her murals, the female street artist merges different disciplines, placing her creations within the field of design, installation, and intervention in spaces. Her inspiration mostly comes from her surroundings and the environment of her work.



In her works there is the idea of nature, and how everyone has monsters within themselves. The presence of gargoyles and grifos represent our fears, our darkness, but at the same time, they are part of us. A good part of us. There’s a dialogue between the mythologic and the real. The myth is part of our history and that conditions our actions. This duality between the good and the bad is the guide in her work. The red is part of this duality, the violence, the fight with ourselves.


“I have a growing tendency to delve further into the depths of intimacy, and in doing this I get closer to the universal essence of the individual, sometimes with a certain satirical charge, sometimes with humor, but always in the background, there is a criticism of the consumer society and identity that each individual generates within that society.”

Exhibition

2022

One Root, One Artist, Akutiga France. Collective Exhibition Paris. France.

Espinasse 31. Solo show. Madrid. Spain.





2019

Red Dot Miami Art Fair. Espinasse 31 Gallery from Milan. EEUU.

Urvanity Art Fair with Next Street Gallery. Madrid, Spain.

Mitos Urbanos. MURAM, Regional Museum of Murcia. Collective exhibition. Cartagena. Spain.





​2018

Next Street Galery. Solo Exhibition. Paris. France.

Paris Street Art Fair. Next Street Gallery. Collective exhibition. Paris. France.

Street Art Place Gallery. Collective exhibition. Gaeta. Italy.





2017

Street Art Place | Urban gallery. Collective Exhibition. Gaeta. Italy.

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2016

Art Fair Madrid. Metro Arte Contemporánea Gallery. Madrid. Spain.





2015

Casa Colorida. Solo show. Nigrán. Spain.

Té con Magdalenas. Collective exhibition. Curated by Clara Rguez Cordeiro. Sala Normal.

A Coruña. Spain





2014

Cuarto Público. Metro Arte Contemporánea Gallery. Collective exhibition. Madrid. Spain.

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2013

Art Fair Madrid. Metro Arte Contemporánea Gallery. Collective exhibition. Madrid. Spain.



2012

II Edición de Arte na Vila 2012. A+B Gallery. A Garda. Spain.

Art Fair Madrid. Metro Arte Contemporánea Gallery. Madrid. Spain.

Metro Arte Contemporánea. Solo Show. Santiago de Compostela. Spain.

“Colectiva de nadal”. Metro Arte Contemporánea Gallery. Santiago de Compostela. Spain.





2011

“Topografías”. Novos Valores. Provincial Museum of Pontevedra. Pontevedra. Spain.

2011 Art Fair Madrid. Metro Arte Contemporánea Gallery. Santiago de Compostela. Spain.

“A-MAR”. Ponte Rosas Space,IEM. Solo show. Gondomar, Spain.

“Tempus Fuguit”. Diego Rivera Museum. Solo Show. Guanajuato. México.

“Tempus Fuguit”. Gallery + Space La Sala. Solo Show. Festival Maco. Monterrey. México.

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2010

Festival OFF LOOP’2010. Artistic Production Center La Escocesa. Barcelona. Spain.





2009

“We Create”. Collective Exhibition. DDR Projects Gallery. Los Angeles. California.

“Éxtasis de Goce”. Collective Exhibition. BAC’09 Festival. CCCB Barcelona. Spain

“Corazonada”. Collective Exhibition. Canteen Galery. Otawa. Canada.

DFest. Vídeo creation "El baño". Matadero. Madrid. Spain

“Detúatú. 3 puntos colega”. Centre Cívic Sant Andreu. Barcelona. Spain.

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2008

“Aterciopelo”. Solo Show. Capsa Space. Prat de Llobregat. Spain.

“Metamorfósis”. Abélula (Lula Goce y Abel del Castillo) Little Kitchen Gallery. Barcelona. Spain.

“Superconstellation”. Collective Exhibition. Todojunto Gallery. Barcelona. Spain.

“De lo Divino”. Solo Show. NIU Gallery. Barcelona. Spain.





2007

“Canada vs Spain”. Colectiva Inoperable Galery. Vienna.

“The Tunel of Love”. Nit CASM Hangar. Santa Mónica Art Center. Barcelona. Spain

“Tetrabrick. Packaging Action”. I Trobada Artística del Poblenou. Barcelona. Spain.

“Veladas”. Ephemeral Intervention. CUB Space. Capsa Artistic Center. Prat de Llobregat. Spain.

“Claves para Conchita”. Solo Show. Fine Arts Exhibition Space. UB. Barcelona.

Work Selection

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