Alfredo Barsuglia, born 1980 in Graz/Austria, currently lives and works in Vienna.
Barsuglia’s work was shown in numerous international exhibitions, including MUMOK (Vienna), Leopod Museum (Vienna), MAK Center (Los Angeles), HDLU Meštrović Pavilion (Zagreb), CAFA Art Museum (Beijing) or at the 4th Moscow Biennale. Barsuglia was a MAK-Schindler Artist in Residence in Los Angeles in 2006 as well as a Joshua Tree Highlands Artist in Residence in 2008 and an Artist in Residence in Judenburg in 2012. He received the Art Award of the City of Graz (2007), the Foreign Scholarship by the Provincial Government of Stryria for New York (2010), the Humanic Art Award (2010), the Walter Koschatzky Recognition Award (2011), the Theodor Körner Art Award (2013) and the Foreign Studio Scholarship by the BMUKK for Rome (2014). Between 2009 and 2011 Barsuglia was invited as a guest critic at Pratt Institute (New York).
1980 born in Graz, Austria
1999-2003 studies of paintings and graphics
University of Applied Arts, Vienna (Prof. Wolfgang Herzig)
Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna (Prof. Hubert Schmalix)
Academy of Fine Arts, Cracow (Prof. Andrzej Bednarczyk)
2006 MAK-Schindler Scholarship, Artists and Architects in Residence, Los Angeles, California
MAK Museum for Applied Arts / Contemporary Art (Vienna), Leopold Museum (Vienna), Collection of the University of Applied Arts (Vienna), Collection of the city of Vienna (Vienna), Austrian State Collection (Vienna), Collection of the city of Graz (Graz), Neue Galerie at the Landesmuseum Joanneum (Graz)