Juan Muñoz Muñoz (born 12 November 1995) is a Spanish footballer who plays for CD Leganés as a forward. Born in Utrera, Province of Seville, Andalusia, Muñoz graduated from Sevilla FC's youth system. He made his senior debuts with the reserves in the 2013–14 season, in Segunda División B. On 15 February 2014, Muñoz extended his contract with the club, running until 2016.
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Muñoz exhibited at world-leading venues throughout his life which ended abruptly at the age of only forty-eight due to a cardiac arrest. Along with sculpture, he is famous for drawings and radio programs. About the lecturer .
Juan Muñoz was born in 1953, the second of seven brothers, into a prosperous, educated family in Madrid. He was enrolled in a local school but became bored and was expelled, so his father retained a poet who was also an art critic to provide lessons, which gave Muñoz an awareness of modernism. He grew up under Franco's repressive regime. Muñoz's sculptures were created primarily with paper maché, resin and bronze. In addition to sculpture, Muñoz was interested in the creation of auditory arts, creating some works for the radio. One of his more recognized auditory works was a collaboration with British composer Gavin Bryars in 1992 called A Man in a Room, Gambling, which consisted of Muñoz explaining card tricks over a composition by Bryars. The pieces, ten segments all shorter than five minutes, were played on BBC Radio 3.
Juan Muñoz: A Retrospective Curator: Sheena Wagstaff May 27 to October 5. ww. uggenheim-bilbao. The most important retrospective in Spain of works by this Madrid-born artist, who is also represented in the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Collection. The second floor of the museum will host the most outstanding works from Muñoz’s entire career, and will include a number of extra works for the Bilbao venue, throwing new light on the complex nature of his artistic endeavors. Muñoz studied art in London and New York, living in both cities for a number of years after a brief period spent studying architecture in Madrid.
Juan Muñoz was born in 1953 in Madrid. From 1979 to 1980, he studied printmaking at Croydon College of Design and Technology. In 1981 he moved to New York to attend the Pratt Institute, School of Art and Design and work as an artist-in-residence at . 1 Contemporary Art Center in Long Island City, New York. Muñoz’s early body of work, begun in 1984, consisted of sculptures of isolated architectural components like balcony railings mounted onto the gallery walls. His first solo exhibition, held at Galería Fernando Vijande in 1984, showcased these early sculptures. Throughout his career, the artist also devised works for radio and performance pieces, often in collaboration with composers.
|1||A Registered Patent: A Drummer Inside A Rotating Box
Composed By – Alberto IglesiasVoice – John Malkovich
|2||Will It Be A Likeness
Voice – John Berger
|3||A Man In A Room, Gambling
Composed By – Gavin BryarsPerformer – Gavin Bryars EnsembleVoice – Juan Muñoz
|4||Building For Music
Composed By – Alberto IglesiasVoice – Juan Muñoz