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Carles Delclaux Is

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Carles Delclaux Is (born 1951, Sant Cugat del Vallès) is a textile artist trained in the Aymat factory and in the Massana School of Fine Arts in Barcelona.

From 1970 to 1974 he directed the Catalan School of Tapestry. In 1975 he moved to Girona, where he held a chair in tapestry, rooted in academicism and on learning the craft of weaver.

He has recreated works of many artists, reinterpreting: Grau-Garriga, Joan-Josep Tharrats, Subirachs, Joan Miró, Millares, Beulas, Cuixart, Pere Lloses, Fita, Comadira, Torralba, Torres Monsó, Marcel Martí and others. His own designs evolve tapestry for a renaissance in the third millennium.

His work is part of the collections of museums such as MACBA, CDAN, Contemporary Tapestry Museum-Casa Aymat, CDMT and others, as well as private collections and public institutions.(5)
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Carles Delclaux Is (born 1951, Sant Cugat del Vallès) is a textile artist trained in the Aymat factory and in the Massana School of Fine Arts in Barcelona.

From 1970 to 1974 he directed the Catalan School of Tapestry In 1975 he moved to Girona, where he held a chair in tapestry, teaching the craft of weaver based on academicism.

He has recreated works of many artists, reinterpreting: Josep Grau-Garriga [1], Joan-Josep Tharrats, Josep Maria Subirachs, Joan Miró, Manuel Millares, José Beulas, Modest Cuixart, Pere Lloses, Domènec Fita, Narcís Comadira, Juan José Torralba, Francesc Torres i Monsó, Marcel Martí and others. His own designs evolve tapestry for a renaissance in the third millennium.

His work is part of the collections of museums such as MACBA, CDAN, Contemporary Tapestry Museum-Casa Aymat, CDMT and others, as well as private collections and public institutions.

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