We’re very happy to present the works of Isabel Nuño de Buen and Aimée Parrott for the first time in Berlin.
Isabel Nuño de Buen (*1985, Mexico City, lives in Hannover) works in sculpture, drawing and installation. She studied at the Braunschweig Academy of Fine Arts in the class of Bogomir Ecker. Nuño de Buen has received several grants and awards, including the Sprengel Preis für Bildende Kunst 2021. Her works have been presented in exhibitions nationally and internationally, such as the Australian Center for Contemporary Art Melbourne, 500 Capp Street Foundation San Francisco, kurimanzutto and lulu Mexico City, Kunstverein Hannover and Sprengel Museum. She lives and works in Hannover and Mexico City.
Aimée Parrott (*1987, Brighton) studied at University College Falmouth and Royal Academy Schools. Recent solo exhibitions include Parafin Gallery, London; Mackintosh Lane, London; Pippy Houldsworth Gallery, London. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions including Tristan Hoare Gallery, London; Sim Smith Gallery, London; Parafin Gallery, London; Hastings Contemporary, Hastings; Platform Foundation, London. Parrott has recently completed a commission at Soho Beach House, Brighton and has curated the exhibition, ‘All That the Rain Promises and More...’, Edinburgh Arts Festival, Edinburgh (2019). She currently lives and works in Brighton.