Carlos Álvarez Clemente lives and works in Copenhagen and in the Canary Islands. He works in the fields of camera-based practices and sculpture.

Studio address
Tunnelfabrikken - Oceanvej 1
2150 København


more info ︎︎︎

Some selected works  ︎︎︎



2021



A Museum Burned to The Ground in Cuba and All That Was Left Was Ancient Vessels

Exhibiting in 2021



Las cosas ︎︎︎
2021






or click here to see a more extended list of previous pieces ︎︎︎


Current/Upcoming


Exhibition at On The Go platform
Fotografisk Center (Copenhagen)
1st September - 14th November 2021


Link ︎︎︎
Link to an interview ︎︎︎


Research Trip to Senegal
Statens Kunstfond - Rejselegat
postponed due to the Covid-19 lockdown


Las cosas
Artistic research for the Lanzarote Island Council on the ocassion of the Cesar Manrique Centenary.
In collaboration with Saray Ossorio

Rescheduled - online exhibition November 2020, physical exhibitions:

Zulo (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria) -
6th August - 27th August 2021 (Solo show)


Las cosas in Neo2 Magazine︎︎︎


Teaching an elective course at Malmö Art Academy.

October 2021


Carlos Álvarez Clemente lives and works in Copenhagen and in the Canary Islands. He works in the fields of camera-based practices and sculpture.

more info ︎︎︎︎

Studio address
Tunnelfabrikken - Oceanvej 1
2150 København














Exhibiting in 2021



A Museum Burned to The Ground in Cuba and All That Was Left Was Ancient Vessels

Exhibiting in 2021






or click here to see a more extended list of previous pieces ︎︎︎



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Current/Upcoming  

Las cosas
Solo show and artistic research for the Lanzarote Island Council for the Cesar Manrique Centenary.
In collaboration with Saray Ossorio
Sala El Aljibe de Haría.
Rescheduled - online exhibition November 2020, physical exhibition 2021


Exhibition at On The Go platform
Fotografisk Center (Copenhagen)
1st September - 14th November 2021


Link ︎︎︎
Link to an interview ︎︎︎



Teaching an elective course at Malmö Art Academy
October 2021


Research Trip to Senegal
Statens Kunstfond - Rejselegat
postponed due to the Covid-19 lockdown