Ángel Garraza

has an extensive artistic career, he has exhibited in the majority of Spanish cities and in various European countries: Germany, France, Finland, Italy, Portugal, Denmark, the Netherlands, Switzerland as well as places such as Tokyo, Kyoto, Seoul and Taipei.

His work is found in numerous international museums and important public and private collections.

In 2006, the BBK Foundation presented a grand retrospective exhibition, he has shown work in the Astarté Gallery, Madrid, the Pazo da Cultura of Pontevedra, the González Martí Museum of Valencia and in the Ariana Museum of Geneva. That same year he was selected by the Clayarch Gimhae Museum of South Korea to participate in the International Exhibition "Architectural Ceramics".

Another solo exhibitions (May 2008) took place in the 'Sala Luzán' of Zaragoza where he showed a major representation of his latest works, in the Art Amsterdam fair with his 'Things and Causes' exhibition (May 2010) in collaboration with DeWitte Voet Gallery and in the 'Jordana Espacio' Art Gallery of Madrid (November 2010).

Later he took part in 'Regards Complices' exhibition organised by Ateliers d'Art de France in the Musèe Languedocien of Montpellier and the itinerant exhibition 'Cerámica Española siglo XXI' organized by The National Taiwan Craft Institute and exposed in The Cao-tun Craft Museum, in The Kaohsiung Museum and in the Yingge Ceramics Museum of Taiwan (2010/11)

Another solo exhibitions took place in the 'Factoría Compostela' Art Gallery and in the 'Centre Cèramique Contemporaine' of La Borne, France (June 2011) and in the 'Espacio Marzana' Art Gallery of Bilbao (2012).

In April 2013 he closed down an important solo exhibition in the 'Sala Enrique Cook' in Muel, Zaragoza.

Along 2015, he exhibits individually at Santa María de Albarracín Foundation at the local centre of art and exhibitions in Avilés and at the De Witte Voet gallery in Amsterdam.