Born in 1977 - Spain
Andrea Michaelsson (born in Barcelona, 1977) is a famous Barcelona street-artist, better known as BTOY.
Andrea received her art education at the Institute of the Photographic Studies of Barcelona (2001-2003). Her vocation of a street artist began in 2002, as a result of experimenting and improvising with various techniques (acrylic painting, spray, stencil, etc.). Since then, creating murals on the streets of Barcelona and other cities became her main artistic devotion.
Andrea participated in numerous street art festivals, including the Cans Festival in London (2008) organized by Banksy, when she realized several murals and installations in a tunnel at Waterloo Station. In 2005 Andrea started exhibiting her art indoors, and has exhibited in the art galleries in Los Angeles, London, Düsseldorf, Barcelona and Brussels.
"The dispossessed", Pretty Portal, Düsseldorf (Germany)
"Cleopatra - la diva eterna", collective show, Bundeskunsthalle, Bonn (Germany)
"Beautiful transgressions", SC Gallery, Bilbao (Spain)
"White Wall", Beirut Art Center, Beirut (Lebanon)
"Urban Expo", Pretty Portal, Düsseldorf (Germany)
"Stencil Bastards", Starkart, Zurich (Switzerland)
Group show, Irvine Contemporary Gallery, Washington DC (USA)
Solo show, Galerie Itinerrance, Paris, (France)
Group show, Carmichael Gallery, West Hollywood, Los Angeles (USA)
Group show, The Bricklane Gallery, London (UK)
Group show, Pictures on Walls, London (UK)
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