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Pedro de Llano


Pedro de Llano (Santiago de Compostela, 1977) is an art historian and curator. He received his PHD in art history (2009) from the University of Santiago de Compostela, for an investigation dedicated to Clement Greenberg’s criticism, developed at the Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles. He takes part in other research projects at the same university, and has thought in its MA in contemporary art since 2007. He co-edited the book En tiempo real: El arte mientras tiene lugar [Real time: Art as it Takes Place, Fundación Luis Seoane, A Coruña, 2001], and was editor of the volume Wrong Site: Arte y globalización [Wrong Site. Art and Globalization, Fundación Luis Seoane, 2008]. He has contributed to art magazines — Exit Express (Madrid), Carta (Madrid), Afterall Online (London), and Texte zur Kunst (Berlin) — and newspapers as La Vanguardia (Barcelona). He has published texts about artists such as Tino Sehgal (Museu Serralves, Porto, 2005), Fernando José Pereira (Anamnese, Porto, 2005), Hans Schabus (A cidade interpretada, 2006), John Knight (Afterall Online, 2008), Sergio Prego (Galeria Soledad Lorenzo, 2009), Stephen Prina (Afterall Online, 2009), and Mauro Cerqueira (Exit Express, 2011). He curated the exhibitions The Museum as Medium, in collaboration with Pablo Fanego, at MARCO, Vigo and Koldo Mitxelena, San Sebastián, 2008; and In Search of the Miraculous: Thirty Years Later, focused on Bas Jan Ader’s posthumous project, at the Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea (CGAC), in Santiago de Compostela, 2010). He is now preparing a book about Bas Jan Ader that will be published in 2013.