Carolina Ceca (Spain) is a Tokyo-based artist, director, art historian and columnist who took up postgraduate studies at the University of Salamanca in Spain and the Ferris University in Japan. She has carried out artist residencies at the Institut National des Beaux-Arts of Tetouan in Morocco and Casa Falconieri in Sardinia, Italy. Carolina is honoured to be a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts of London. 

Her work stands out for being interdisciplinary, with an original aesthetic and a deep respect for nature. She has held solo exhibitions at the Embassy of Spain in Japan, Instituto Cervantes Tokyo, among others. She has participated in various group exhibitions, including at the Museum of Santa Cruz in Toledo, Spain and the Royal Palace in Cagliari, Italy.

Carolina Ceca has collaborated with various media in Japan—for instance, as a columnist for Yomiuri Shimbun on their Art Exhibition Japan website and for NHK Editorial in publishing her drawings. She has also given lectures, artist talks, workshops and seminars in different countries with institutions such as the Japan Foundation at Casa Asia and the University of Tokyo, among others.

Recent Awards & Selections

2023. 16th International Children's Film Festival Bangladesh 2023. Official Selection. Dhaka, Bangladesh.

2022. 9th Bakunawa Festival. Official Selection. Bacolod, Philippines.

2022. CineKasimanwa: Western Visayas Film Festival. Official Selection. Iloilo City, Philippines.

2022. Moving Images. Official Selection. Nicosia, Cyprus.

2022. Imajitari Dance Film Festival. Finalist. Jakarta, Indonesia.

2022. Eku'e Muestra Internacional de Videodanza. Official Selection. Asunción, Paraguay.

2022. Inheritance - The Environmental Festival. Official Selection. UK and Ireland.

2022. Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival. Semi-Finalist. United States.

2022. Movi|mentale Festival. Finalist. Naples, Italy.

2022. The Fine Arts Film Festival. Finalist. California, United States.

2022. Wicklow ScreenDance Laboratory. Official Selection. Wicklow, Ireland.

2022. Women in Art "Amalia Avia". Finalist. Castile La Mancha, Spain.

2021. */ 17th Athens Digital Arts Festival | Tactus. Official Selection. Athens, Greece.

2021. Flickers' Rhode Island International Film Festival. Semi-Finalist. United States.

Selected Exhibitions and Screenings

2022. Royal Society of Arts. RSA Fellow Artists’ Network film night. London, England.

2022. Casa Museo Zavala. Group exhibition. Women in Art "Amalia Avia". Cuenca, Spain.

2022. Museum of Guadalajara. Palace of the Infantage. Group exhibition. Women in Art "Amalia Avia". Guadalajara, Spain.

2022. Museum of Santa Cruz. Group exhibition. Women in Art "Amalia Avia". Toledo, Spain.

2022. Embassy of Spain in Japan. Group exhibition. “Somos”. Tokyo, Japan.

2020-2021. Castle of San Michele. Group exhibition. "On paper VI". Cagliari, Italy.

2017-2018. Palazzo Regio (Royal Palace). Group exhibition. "Continuum". Cagliari, Italy.

2016. Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes Institute). Solo exhibition. "Intangible" Tokyo, Japan.

2014. Embassy of Spain in Japan. Solo exhibition. "Infinito" Tokyo, Japan.

Recent Artist Talks

2022. University of Tokyo. Tokyo, Japan.

2022. Foundation for the History of Spain. Argentina.

2022. Embassy of Spain in Japan. Tokyo, Japan.

Selected Lectures and Courses

2022. Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. Lecture theme: “The Language of Art”. Tokyo, Japan.

2019. Organized by Japan Foundation. Venues: Casa Asia, University of Valencia and Cajasol Foundation. Lecture themes: “Art and women in current Japan" and "Nature and technology in contemporary Japanese art". Madrid, Valencia and Seville, Spain.

2016. Embassy of Spain in Japan. Lecture theme: "Close to Dalí through 8 geniuses". Tokyo, Japan.

2014-2019. Instituto Cervantes (Cervantes Institute). Monthly Art Seminar. Tokyo, Japan.

Selected Media Collaborations

2019-2020. Columnist for Yomiuri Shimbun on their Art Exhibition Japan website. Japan.

2017-2018. Monthly publication of her drawings for the Spanish literature section at the Mainichi Supeingo Magazine. NHK Publishing. Japan.

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