Marzabal´s work has been shown in a number of exhibitions in Spain, Italy and USA, including a solo show at the Politecnico de Milano.
Her most recent project has been the artist residency at ESKFF Foundation in Mana Contemporary Art Center NJ, where she has developed a new body of work.
Her work is held in private collections in Europe and in the Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation.
Amaia Gómez Marzabal has a B.A. in Fine Arts and a masters degree “Investigation and Creation in Arts: INCREARTE” from the University of the Basque Country (UPV-EHU) Leioa, Basque Country, Spain. She has received grants from the Kutxa Bank, Gobierno Vasco/ Euroregion/ Garapen and Etxepare Institut, Spain.
Painting and Design, Politecnico di Milano (2003)
The Other Art Fair, Brooklyn, NY (2019)
Superfine! Art Fair, Soho, NY (2019)
`Privilege‘ Jersey City Theater Center, NJ (2019)
Superfine! Art Fair, LA (2019)
OVERLAP exhibition, Prime Gallery, Jersey City, NJ (2018)
“Women and Immigration” Group Exhibition, Julia de Burgos Art Center, Manhattan, NY (2018)
“ESKFF Spring Residents” Mana Contemporary Art Center, NJ (2018)
“US for the Art” Group Exhibition, Wall Gallery, Brooklyn (2017)
“Woman to the Front” Superchief Gallery, Brooklyn (2017)
Pop Up for artists in Yiu Gallery, Manhattan, NY (2017)
“Women” Group Exhibition, Julia de Burgos Art Center, Manhattan, NY (2017)
“Various existential Angsts” Summer Residency Group exhibition, Nars, Brooklyn (2017)
“Group Exhibition” ZAS Kultur Espazioa, Vitoria (2016)
“Home=Shelter” Exhibition, curated by Iratxe González Villaluenga, the Fair Saturday, ZAWP, Bilbao (2016)
VI Edition: “Setting Up” Álava Emprende, Vitoria, Spain (2009)
Students of U.P.V. Culture Center Getxo, Spain (2006)
“Paintings and Cinema” Lamiak Bilbao, Spain (2005)
XIII Painting Awards of Beasain, Spain (2004)
Students of U.P.V: Small format, Tatos Café Getxo, Spain (2003)
WITH “Cerdas Collective” (2016-7):
“She said“ Mariaenea Basauri & Kataku Herriko Ostatua, Spain
“Mini Worlds” Cultural Center Bera de Bidasoa, Spain
Illustration Fair Mazoka Montehermoso, Spain
“Paper Shelter” Exhibition, GeroArte, Vitoria, Spain
WITH “Zintzilik Collective”:
“Dark Progress” Installation, Alegría-Dulantzi Council (2008), Spain
“Textures” Cultural Center Pilar and Judimendi, Vitoria, Spain (2007-06)