10719 BERLIN
68 Projects
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Born 1987 in Barcelona, Spain

Lives and works in London, UK



BA, Fine Arts, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

Selected solo exhibitions


24 Hour Booth, 1969 Gallery, New York

Solo Exhibition, Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin, Germany


My Dear Demons, The Dot Project, London, UK


Richer House, Miscelanea Gallery, Barcelona, Spain

A Spoonful of Charcoal, Stour Space, London, UK


Pounds for Bread, Unit G Gallery, London, UK

Selected group exhibitions


Extra, The Hole, NYC, USA

Art Brussels Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery. Booth E-01, Brussels, Belgium

Forms, Cob Gallery, UKKunsthalle Würth, Schwäbisch Hall, London, UK

Duo Exhibition Specially Normal with Audun Alvestad, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London, UK


Griffin Art Prize, Griffin Gallery, London, UK

Duo Exhibition Show Candy, The Dot Project, London, UK

Inside Out Curated by Gavin Turk and directed by Anna Maloney, Here East, London

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2017, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK

Got it for Cheap 2017, Art Athina (Athens), Chart Art Fair (Copenhagen) and 0-0 (LA)

Creekside Open 2017,  Selected by Jordan Baseman, A.P.T Gallery, London, UK


20+20, Sala d’Art Torre Muntadas, Barcelona, Spain

RCA Secret Dubai. Dubai Art Fair and Alserkal Avenue, Dubai, United Arab Emirates



The Arts Club Prize, Royal Academy of Arts

Shortlisted Griffin Art Prize



Galerie Kornfeld and 68projects, Berlin, Germany -Exhibition in  2019

1969 Gallery, NYC, USA – Exhibition in 2019



Refinery 29: Lara Monro, The Female Artists Killing it on Instagram, October 12

Elephant Magazine:  issue 36, p. 65-80, October 1

Dateagle Art: Martin Mayorga, Interview with Cristina BanBan, September 7

Coeval Magazine:  Lara Monro, Cristina BanBan: meet the fiery Spaniard whose images of sexy, confident and passionate women are becoming increasingly prominent within the current emerging art scene, August 9

Wall Street Magazine:  Keegan Brady, Critic's Picks, Artforum, July. Specially Normal, April 21

Dazed Digital: This exhibition celebrates how our bodies are both repulsive and delightful, March 2

The New York Times Style Magazine: Roberto Juanes, Qué haces tan lejos de casa?, T Spain, T, February issue, p. 142-149, February 1

Jackson's Art: Lisa Takahashi, 2017 According to Cristina BanBan, winner of the 2017 Arts ClubAward at the RA Summer, February 6

Noctis Magazine: Jodie Shepherd, Cristina BanBan, 5 Minutes with, January 12


Ruby Star Magazine: Iria Dominguez, Cristina BanBan, issue 11, p. 66-69, December21

Wonderland Magazine: House of Holland: The T-Shirt Shop. Cristina BanBan and more make Henry’s Top 8, December 8

Female First: A day in the life of artist Cristina BanBan, November 13

Lamono Magazine: Cristina BanBan, Fantasia Realista, Nov 10

Teeth Magazine: Bee Beardsworth, Sweet & Sour: a review of The Dot Project’s „Candy“ exhibition, Nov 6

Jungle Magazine: Fiorella Lanni, Candy – The Surreal Everyday, Oct 30

Unrated: Vanessa Feder, Painted Portraits of Tech Age Realities from Artist Cristina BanBan, Oct 4

It’s Nice That: Bryony Stone, Artist Cristina BanBan reveals our endless need for distraction,Oct 4

ArtMaze Magazine: Christina Nazfiger, Cristina BanBan. Moments of everyday life: sharing a conversation on the couch or eating pizza with a friend,p. 30-41, Aug 8

Vogue Spain: Patricia Moreno, 5 minutos con Cristina BanBan, July issue, p. 26, July 1

Time Out London: Eddy Frankel, Five things we learned at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, June 12

Amadeus Magazine: Alex Khatchadourian, Cristina BanBan: Painting a moment in time, March 27

ArtSlant: Cristina BanBan answers 5 questions, March 13

It’s Nice That: Rebecca Fulleylove, Cristina BanBan’s layered paintings are inspired by the people around her, March 6

Young Space: Kate Mothes, Cristina BanBan, March 6


Boooom: Jeff Hamada, Artist Spotlight: Cristina BanBan, December 16

ArtSlant: Under the Radar: Cristina BanBan, Xi Zhang, Max Gomes, May 30

It’s Nice That: Laura Snoad, Illustrator Cristina BanBan intertwines the eccentricities of London life with memories of her native Spain, May 19