At first glance, de la Cruz’s paintings appear to have been vandalized or flagrantly abused. Mangled stretchers, slashed canvases, twisted and violated, are hung on the wall like macabre trophies, and yet it is this deliberate and systematic desecration of the canvases, which informs the end result. Emotionally raw, yet canny and sharply ironic, de la Cruz confronts the ‘problem’ with painting by incorporating its very destruction into the work itself. “The moment I cut through the canvas I get rid of the grandiosity of painting”. Violent, unapologetic and often darkly humorous, her work unabashedly exposes a visceral emotionalism, breaking the barriers of the established norms of painting. Implicit is the sense that a scene of frenetic violent activity has just taken place leaving in its wake the strangely paradoxical feeling of spent energy and a sense of calm.

Angela de la Cruz was born in La Coruña, Spain in 1965 where she studied philosophy at the University of Santiago de Compostela. In the late eighties she moved to London where she studied at Chelsea College of Art and later at Goldsmiths College and Slade School of Art. She has exhibited in galleries all over the world including the show entitled “After”, her first solo exhibition in the UK at Camden Arts Centre in April 2010. In May 2010 she was nominated for the Turner Prize.

Angela de la Cruz lives and works in London UK​ since 1965.




Faculty of Philosophy, Santiago de Compostela (Spain) BA Philosophy

Foundation, Chelsea College of Art, London, UK

BA (Hons) Fine Art, Goldsmiths’ College, London, UK

MA Sculpture and Critical Theory, Slade School of Art, London, UK


2017 .  Lisson London in November (title and date tbc)

2016 .  Storage. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm Sweden
           Larger Than Life (Hoxton). Peer, London, UK

2015 .  Mudanza. CarrerasMugica, Bilbao, Spain (November, 2015)
           Escombros / Debris. Curated by Carolina Grau. Fundación Luis Seoane, La Coruña,                    Spain; Centre d'art la Panera, Lleida, Spain
           Larger Than Life. Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin, Germany 

2014 .  Traspaso. Galería Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Spain

2013 .  Vacant. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
           Burst. Lisson Gallery, Milan, Italy

2012 .  Wet. Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
           Transfer. Anna Schwartz, Melbourne, Australia

2011 .  Transfer. Lisson Gallery, London, UK; Galería Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Spain

2010 .  After. Camden Arts Center, London, UK

2006  . Angela de la Cruz: Trabalho/Work. Culturgest, Lisbon, Portugal

2005 .  Larger than Life. Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, Seville, Spain
           Clutter. Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
           Loushy Art & Editions. Tel Aviv, Israel

2004  Larger than Life. Curated by Carlota Álvarez Basso. Museo de Arte Contemporánea de               Vigo, MARCO, Spain

           Clutter. Lisson Gallery, London, UK
           Angela de la Cruz. Nicolas Krupp Gallery. Basel, Switzerland
           Project room, ARCO. Madrid, Spain 

2003 .  Angela de la Cruz. Galleri Bouhlou, Bergen, Norway
           Clutter. Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

2002 .  Angela de la Cruz. Anna Schwartz Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
           Prop. Sturegallerian, Stockholm, Sweden
           Angela de la Cruz. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
           Angela dela Cruz. Perth International Arts Festival, The Church Gallery, Perth, Australia

2001 .  Angela de la Cruz. Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK

2000 .  Angela de la Cruz. John Weber Gallery, New York, USA

1999 .  Everyday Painting. Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
           One Painting. Lift Gallery, London, UK

1998 .  Larger Than Life. Curated by Joanne Bernstein. The Ballroom, Royal Festival Hall,                    London, UK
           Everyday Painting. Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK
           4xSolo. De Markten, Brussels, Belgium
           Everyday Painting. John Weber Gallery, New York, USA

1997 .  Galerie In Situ. Aalst, Belgium

1993 .  Untitled. Premises, Hackney, London


2017 .  Lenguajes Abstractos. Fundación per Amort a l’ Art, Valencia, Spain
           Larger Than Life. Fundación Calosa, Mexico

           Eva Schlegel-Angela de la Cruz, Selected Works 2005-2015. Galerie Krinzinger, Viena,              Austria

           XVIII Premios Nacionales de Creativad. Club de Creativos, San Sebastian, Spain  
           31 Women. Bresse Little Gallery, London, UK
           SLAM (it is something/it is nothing). Thames-Side Studios Gallery, London, UK

2016 .  Shut up and paint. National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
           Michael Muller – SKITS. 13 Exhibitions in 9 Rooms. Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden,            Germany
           Five/Fifty/Five Hundred. Lisson Gallery, Milan, Italy

           Festina lente. Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal, Canada
           The Scents of Disquet, Hotel des Arts, Toulon, France
           Rohkunstbau. Between the Worlds – Zwischen den Welten, Roskow, Germany
           above the ARTic circle. Circles of Power, Circles of Pain. Kaviar Factory, Henningsvær,              Norway
           Mujeres del silencio. Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Vigo, Spain

2015 .  Real Painting. Curated by Jo McGonigal and Deb Covell. Castlefield Gallery,                               Manchester,            UK
           La Colección. Colección de Pintura Contemporánea Internacional. Curated by David                  Barro. Fundación Barrie, Madrid, Spain
           Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art 1915-2015. Curated by Magnus af                        Petersens and Iwona Blazwick. Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK
           What Is Contemporary Art? Curated by Fernando Castro Flórez. Galeria Mario Sequeira,            Braga, Portugal

2014 .  El desarreglo. El curioso caso del arte despeinado. Curated by Daniel
           Castillejo Alonso. Centro-Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo Artium de Álava, Spain
           Panoramic Ave. Kunstsæle, Berlin, Germany
           Der Kubist Marcel Duchamp mag night malen. Curated by Michael Müller. Thomas                    Schulte Gallery, Berlin, Germany
           Call me on Sunday. Curated by Ursula Maria Probst. Krinzinger Projekte, Vienna, Austria
           Colour me in. Curated by Christiane Mosegaard. Esbjerg Art Museum, Denmark
           Enantiodromia. Curated by Simon Callery. Fold Gallery, London, UK
           The Art of Not Making. Curated by Michael Petry. Galleri Kleerup, Stockholm, Sweden

2013 .  The Art of the Present: Collection of Helga de Alvear. Curated by María de Corral.                     Palacio de Cibeles, Madrid, Spain
            The Art of Not Making. Curated by Michael Petry. Hå gamle prestegard, Håvegen,                     Norway
            Tepidarium. Curated by Gerrit Gohlke. BKV (Brandenburgischer Kunstverein) Potsdam,             Germany
            On Painting. Curated by Omar-Pascual Castillo. Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno.                     CAAM. Canary Islands, Spain.
            La Colección. Factoría de Estímulos. Curated by David Barro. Fundación Barrie, La                     Coruña, Spain
            Material Conceptualism: The Comfort of Things. Aanant&Zoo Gallery, Berlin, Germany
            Le Futur Commence Ici. Curated by Hilde Teerlinck. FRAC/AP2, Dunkerque, France
            Abstract Thinking: Using a hammer and sea-staring is ok. Curated by Anne Katrine                   Dolven. OSL Contemporary, Oslo, Norway
            Nostalgic for the Future. Curated by Greg Hilty. Lisson Gallery, London, UK; Centro                   Brasileiro-Britânico, São Paulo, Brazil

2012 .  Que pensar, que desear, que hacer. Curated by Rosa Martínez. Colección de Arte                      Contemporáneo Fundación La Caixa­­, Barcelona, Spain
           Flatland (Redux). Curated by Delfim Sardo. Fundação Cidade de Guimarães, Portugal
           The Fabricated Object. Curated by Michael Petry. Sumarria Lunn Gallery London, UK;                Ha Gamle Prestegard, Nærbø, Norway
           Representation and the Body. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
           Tirar del Hilo (La imagen especular). Curated by Enrique Martínez Goikoetxea. Colección            ARTIUM, Vitoria, Spain
           IV Bienal de Arte Contemporáneo. Fundación ONCE, Madrid, Spain
           Royal Academy Summer Exhibition. Curated by Edith Devaney. Royal Academy of Arts,            London, UK
           In abstraction, the body. Curated by Jason Smith. Anna Schwartz Gallery, Sydney,                    Australia
           Delimitations – An Exhibition of Contemporary Spanish Art. Curated by Ghila Limon.                  Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel
           Made In Britain: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection 1980 –                            2010. National Arts Gallery of Albania, Tirana, Albania; Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece

2011 .  Aproximaciones I. Arte Español Contemporáneo en la Colección de Helga de Alvear.                  Curated by Rafael Doctor. Fundación Helga de Alvear, Cáceres, Spain
           Out of Storage. Curated by Hilde Teerlinck. Timmerfabriek, Maastricht, The Netherlands
           La Colección. Fundación Barrié. Sede A Coruña, Spain
           Contemporary Spanish in Helga de Alvear Collection. Fundación Helga de Alvear,                      Cáceres, Spain
           Pulso XXI. Colección Sanchez-Ubiria. MAS, Santander, Spain
           Surreal versus Surrealismo en el arte contemporáneo. Curated by Gianni Mercurio and              Demetrio Paparoni. IVAM, Valencia, Spain
           De/Constructing the Norm. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
           Historias de la Vida Material. Curated by Delfim Sardo. Fundación Helga de Alvear,                    Cáceres, Spain
           What If It’s All True? What Then? Curated by Andrew Mummery. Mummery & Schnelle,            London, UK
           Model vs Reality. Fold Gallery, London, UK
           Ficciones Y Realidades, Arte Español de los 2000 en la Colección Arte Contemporáneo                Museo Patio Herreriano. Curated by María de Corral. Museum of Modern Art, Moscow,                Russia
           Made In Britain: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection 1980 – 2010.                  Xi’an Art Museum, Beijing, China; Suzhou Museum, Jiangsu, China; Hong Kong Heritage            Museum, Sha Tin, Hong Kong

2010 .  Made In Britain: Contemporary Art from the British Council Collection 1980 – 2010.                  Sichuan Provincial Museum, Chengdu, China
            Turner Prize. Tate Britain, London, UK
            Gallery Artists. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
            ROTOR. Siobhan Davies, London, UK (Touring to Manchester and Edinburgh 2011)
            La Abstracción Redefinida España América. Curated by Demetrio Paparoni. Galería Max             Estrella, Madrid, Spain
            Cosmètica dogmàtica. Curated by Luis Gordillo. Collecció d'art contemporani Fundació               la Caixa, Barcelona, Spain
            Umedalen Skulptur. Curated by Galleri Andersson/Sandström. Umea, Sweden

2009 .  Spheres, Le Moulin. Boissy-le-Chatel, France
            HotchPotch. MKII, Hackney, London, UK
            Soft Sculpture. Curated by Lucina Ward. National Gallery, Canberra, Australia
            HoviArt. Anttolanovi, Anttola, Finland
            Union Fenosa, La Coruña, Spain
            Fundación Marco Pastor, La Coruña, Spain
            Irreversible. Palacio de Cultura de Pontevedra, Spain
           Artists of the Gallery – A Special Selection – Galerie Krinzinger, Vienne, Austria

2008 .  Altered States of Paint. Curated by Graham Domke. Dundee Contemporary Arts,                       Scotland
            Afinidades Electivas. Curated by Miquel Mont, Glòria Picazo and Nöelle Tissier. Centre               d'art la Panera, Lleida, Spain
            Mapas Emarxes. Auditorio de Galicia, Santiago de Compostela, Spain
            Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
            …same as it ever was: Painting at Chelsea 1990 – 2007. Curated by Clyde Hopkins.                  University of the Arts, London, UK
            Framat. Rekord Gallery, Oslo, Norway
            Golden Rain. Project by Michael Petry. Stavanger, Norway

2007 .  Global Feminisms. Curated by Maura Reilly and Lila Acheson Wallace. Brooklyn                         Museum of Art, New York, USA
           Slipping Abstraction. Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, UK
           Pasiones Privadas, Visiones Públicas. Curated by Fernando Castro Flórez. Museo de Arte            Contemporánea de Vigo, MARCO, Spain
           La Vida Privada: Coleccion Josep Ma Civit. Curated by Menene Gras Balaguer. CDNA                  Centro de Arte y Naturaleza, Huesca, Spain
           Sublime: Experiencias y Percepciones en Escultura Contemporánea. Galería Pilar Parra y            Romero, Madrid, Spain

2006 .  Contrabando. Curated by Carolina Grau. Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo, Brazil

2005 .  Mallorca Open ’05: Principles of Construction’. Curated by Friederike Nymphius. Centre            Cultural Andratx, Mallorca, Spain
           Extreme Abstraction. Curated by Louis Grachos and Claire Schneider. Albright Knox M              Museum, Buffalo, USA
           ShowCASe: Contemporary Art for the UK. City Art Center & Talbot Rice Gallery,                        Edinburgh, UK
           II Biennal de Jafre. Curated by Carolina Grau and Mario Flecha. Spain

2004 .  ShowCASe Preview. South London Gallery, London, UK
           Pilot:1, International Art Forum. Old Limehouse Town Hall, London, UK Forum                          Barcelona, Spain
           Tanya Rumpff Gallery, Haarlem, The Netherlands
           Manifesta V. Curated by Massimiliano Gioni and Marta Kuzma. San Sebastián, Spain
           Escape Velocities. Spital Space, London, UK
           A Thing About Painting. Platform Gallery, London, UK
           Painting as Process: Re-evaluating Painting. Curated by Eugene Tan. Earl Lu Gallery I                and II, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore

2003 .  Tra Est e Ovest - Galerie Krinzinger. GAS Art Gallery,Turin, Italy
            chockofuckingblock. Jeffrey Charles Gallery, London, UK
            Group Show. Whitechapel Project Space, London, UK
            Wetterling 1978-2003. Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden

2002 .  Eva Schlegel & Friends. Gallerie 422, Gmunden, Austria
           Four Women and A Pregnant Man. Curated by Anne Katrine Dolven. Galleri MGM, Oslo,              Norway
           Art. Curated by David Mitchell. Bermuda National Gallery, Hamilton, Bermuda
           Life is Beautiful. Curated by Andrew Patrizio. Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, UK
           Sitting Tenants. Curated by Anna Vickery. Lotta Hammer, London, UK

2001 .  Melancholy. Sunderland, UK
           Ingenting (Nothing: Exploring Invisibilities). The Rooseum Center for Contemporary                  Art, Malmö, Sweden
           Record Collection. Curated by Elaine Forde and Mel Brimfield. VTO Gallery, London, UK
           Nothing: Exploring Invisibilities. Curated by Graham Gussin and Ele Carpenter. Northern            Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK (Touring to Mead Gallery, University of                Warwick, Warwick, UK)
           Makeshift. Curated by David Green. University of Brighton Gallery, Brighton, UK

2000 .  Landscape. Barbara Gillman Gallery, Miami, USA
           3 Rooms. Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK
           The Wreck of Hope. Curated by Edward Chell, Simon Morley and Nick Wyatt. The                      Nunnery, London, UK
           Point of View I/II. Curated by Thomas Frangenberg. Richard Salmon Gallery, London,                UK
           Art for the 21st Century. John Weber Gallery, New York, USA

1999 .  My Old Man Said Follow the Van. Curated by Carolina Grau. Rosemary Branch, London,            UK
           Aktuelle Kunst. The Water Tower, Vlissingen, The Netherlands
           White Out. Gallery Fine, London, UK
           John Moores 21 (Prizewinner). Walker Museum & Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK
           Getting the Corners. Curated by Matthew Higgs. Or Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
           Transgressions and Transformations. Yale University, New Haven, USA
           Europe on a Shoestring. John Weber Gallery, New York, USA
           Links- Schilderkunst in extremis? Curated by Jan de Nys. Provincienhuis, Maastricht,                The Netherlands
           I’m a Virgin. Curated by Esther Windsor. The Waiting Room, Wolverhampton, UK
           French Institute, Vienna, Austria
           Fundación Lázaro Galdiano, Madrid, Spain
           Peinture sur PEINTURE. Salle de Bal, Vienna, Austria

           54x54. Curated by Michael Petry. MOCA, London, UK

1998 .  UK Maximum Diversity. Curated by Ursula Krinzinger. Benger Fabrik, Bregenz, Austria              (Touring to Atelierhaus der Akademie der bildenden Kunste, Vienna, Austria)
           Contemporary Women Painters. Curated by Anne L. Abeles. The Hillwood Art Museum,              Brookville, NY, USA
           Speed. The New Langton Arts Centre, San Francisco, USA
           Destroyer/Creator. John Weber Gallery, New York, USA

1997 .  Take Off. Curated by Ursula Krinzinger. Benger Fabrik, Bregenz, Austria
            CV/Lebenslauf, Hamburg, Germany
            Dissolution. Laurent Delaye Gallery, London, UK
            Fasten Seatbelt. Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria

            Shuttle. Anthony Wilkinson Fine Art, London, UK

            Lineart. Galerie In Situ, Aalst, Belgium

1996 .  Stepping Out. 33 Great Sutton Street, London, UK
            Wasted. Hyena Co., Web-site, UK
            Abstract Eroticism. MOCA, ‘Art and Design’, Academy Editions, London, UK
            Shuttle. Anthony Wilkinson Fine Art, London, UK

1995 .  Memory. Riverside Studios, London, UK

1994 .  Making Mischief. St James’s Street, London, UK
            Surface Tension. Curwen Gallery, London, UK

1993 .  Rubber Works Installation. Spitalfields Market Project, London, UK



‘Storage’. Edited by Thomas Frangenberg. Published by Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
‘XXIII. Rohksbuntsbau, Between the Worlds’ Edited by Mark Gisbourne. Published by Rohkstbau, Berlin, Germany
‘Le Perfums de l’intranquillité’ Edited by Véronique Collard Bovy. Published by Hôtel des Arts, Toulon, France


 ‘Woman Artists. The Linda Nochlin Reader’. Edited by Maura Reilly. Published by Thames & Hudson, London, UK
‘Escombros / Debris’. Edited by Fundación Luis Seoane, La Coruña, Spain
‘Adventures of the Black Square. Abstract Art and Society 1915-2015’ Edited by Iwona Blazwick with Sophie McKinlay, Magnus af Petersens and Candy Stobbs. Whitechapel Gallery. Prestel, London, UK


'Painting Now'. Edited by Suzanne Hudson. Published by Thames & Hudson, London, UK

‘Colour Me In’. Edited by Milena Bonifacini, Ingrid Kaeseler and Ingela Skytte. Published by Esberg Art Museum, Denmark


‘Thinking is Making’. Black Dog Publishing, London, UK
‘Material Conceptualism: The Comfort of Things’. Edited by Aanant&Zoo Gallery, Berlin, Germany

‘Angela de la Cruz: Vacant’. Edited by Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden
El arte del presente’. Published by Colección Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Spain

 ‘The Art of Not Making: The New Artist/Artisan Relationship’. Edited by Michael Petry. Published by Thames & Hudson, London, UK
‘El Arte Como Transformación, Romper el Habito, Angela De La Cruz’ Edited by Maria del Rio and Paula Tejedor. Published by Eneida, Madrid, Spain.
‘IV Bienal De Arte Contemporáneo, Fundación Once’. Published by VEGAP, Madrid


‘La Colección’. Colección de pintura contemporanea internacional.
Edited by David Barro. Published by Fundación Barrié. A Coruña, Spain
‘What If it’s All True? What Then?’, Edited by Stuart Elliot. Published by Andrew Mummery Projects. London, UK
‘Historias de la vida material. Personas, lugares, cosas, acontecimientos, ficciones.’ Edited by Delfim Sardo. Published by Fundación Helga de Alvear, Madrid, Spain.
‘Aproximaciones I, Arte Espanol Contemporaneo en la Colección Helga de Alvear’. Text by Rafael Doctor Roncero. Published by Centro de Artes Visuales Fundacion Helga de Alvear Cáceres, Spain.
‘Arte Y Parte: Revista de Arte, Febereo – Marzo 2011’ Publised by Arte Y Parte, Santander, Spain. 

‘Turner Prize 2010’. Text by Helen Little. Tate Publication, London, UK
‘La Colección’. Edited by David Barro. Published by Fundación Barrie, La Coruña, Spain
‘Angela de la Cruz: Transfer’. Text by Greg Hilty, Philida Barlow and Barry Schwabsky. Lisson Gallery, London, UK.
‘España / America The Redefined Abstraction: Angela de la Cruz, Luis Gordillo, Peter Halley, Jonathan Lasker, Fabian Marcaccio, Jessica Stockholder, Juan Uslé, and Daniel Verbis’. Edited by Demetrio Paparoni. Published by Galería Max Estrella, Madrid, Spain
‘Made in Britain- Collection 1980-2010’. Published by The Contemporary Art from The British Council. London, UK
‘Artecontexto: Art Culture New Media‘. Published by ARTEHOY Publications, Madrid, Spain. 
‘Umedalen Skulptur 2010, 5/6 – 15/08 Umea, Sweden’. Published by Galleri Andersson Sandstrom, Stockholm, Sweden.


‘Sex & Violence, Death & Silence: Encounters with recent art’. Edited by Gordon Burn. Faber & Faber, London, UK
‘Soft Sculpture’, Edited by Lucina Ward and Ron Radford. Published by National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Australia
‘100 Artistas Españoles / 100 Spanish Artists’. Edited by Rosa Olivares and Pedro de Llano. Published by EXIT Publications, Madrid, Spain
‘Golden Rain’. Project by Michael Petry, text by Michael Petry. Published by MOCA London, UK
‘The 30th Anniversary’. Wetterling Gallery, Sweden, Stockholm
‘Pasiones Privadas, Visiones Públicas’. Texts by Fernando Castro, Seve Penales and Javier Fuentes Feo. Published by Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vigo MARCO, Spain
‘…same as it ever was: Painting at Chelsea 1990 – 2007’. Texts by Clyde Hopkins, David Ryan and Matthew Collings. Published by CHELSEA space, London, UK
‘Wetterling Gallery presents: The 30th Anniversary - part II.’ Stockholm, Sweden
‘Colección Bergé’. Edited by Javier García Montes. Published by Bergé y cía. Madrid, Spain
‘Josep Maria Civit Collection - Representations of contemporary tragedy and banality.’ Edited by Menene Gras Balaguer. Published by CDAN, Spain
‘Global Feminisms: New Directions in Contemporary Art’ Edited by Maura Reilly and Linda Nochlin. Published by the University of Chicago Press, Chicago, US


’Angela de la Cruz: Trabalho/Work’. Texts by Trevor Smith, David Barrett and Miguel Wandschneider. Published by Culturgest, Lisbon, Portugal


‘Angela de la Cruz: Larger Than Life’. Text by Katya García-Antón. Published by Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Vigo, MARCO, Spain
‘Hasta pulverizarse los ojos’. Published by BBVA Contemporaneos. Madrid, Spain
‘Display’- recent installation photographs from London Galleries and Venues. Edited by Pablo La Fuente, London, UK
‘Showcase: Contemporary Art for the UK’. Text by Thomas Frangenberg. “Assembling for Dispersal: Buying for the Contemporary Art Society.”Cerl Lewis and Kerry Duggan. Published by Contemporary Art Society, London, UK.


‘Manifesta 5’ Catalogue. Edited by Cecilia Alemani, Paul Brewer and Victor Palacios. Published by Centro Internacional de Cultura Contemporánea, San Sebastián, Spain
‘Painting as Process: Re-evaluating Painting’. Edited by Eugene Tan, Ho Tzunyen, Gunalan Nadarajan and Robert Sagerman. Published by LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore
‘The National Gallery of Victoria Foundation - Annual Report.’ Published by The National Gallery of Victoria Foundation, Melbourne, Australia
‘Hidden Histories: 20th Century Same Sex Male Lovers in the Visual Arts’. Edited by Michael Petry. Published by Artmedia Press, London, UK 
‘Angela de la Cruz, Espacio Anexo 24.09.04 / 05.12.04’. Published by MARCO, Museo de Arte Contemporanea De Vigo, Spain.


‘Making Art Work - Mike Smith Studio’. Edited by Patsy Craig with text by Germano Celant. Published by Trolley, London, UK
‘Wetterling Gallery 1978 – 2003’, Published by Wetterling Gallery. Stockholm, Sweden


‘Vitamin P’. Text by Gilda Williams. Published by Phaidon, London, UK
‘Angela de la Cruz’. Text by John Peter Nilsson. Published by Wetterling Gallery, Sweden
‘Slade, Issue 4’. Text by Phylida Barlow. Published by Slade School of Art, London, UK
‘Bermuda National Gallery, Bacardi Limited Biennial 2002’. Published by Kaleidoscope Media Ltd, Bermuda


‘Angela de la Cruz’. Text by Katya García-Antón and Eugene Tan. Published by Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, UK
‘Nothing: Exploring Invisibilities’. Edited by Graham Gussin and Ele Carpenter. Published by Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK
‘Makeshift’. Text by David Green. Published by University of Brighton Gallery, Brighton, UK


‘Moving Targets 2 - A users guide to British Art Now’. Edited by Louisa Buck. Published by Tate Publishing, London, UK 


‘John Moores 21- Exhibition of Contemporary Painting’ Published by NMGM, Merseyside, UK
‘My Old Man Said Follow the Van’ Published by Carolina Grau


‘UK Maximum Diversity’. Text by Brian Muller, project by Matthew Higgs. Published by Benger Fabrik Bregenz and Galerie Krinzinger, Austria
‘Larger Than Life - Angela De La Cruz’. Text by Adrian Searle and foreword by Joanne Bernstein. Published by The Royal Festival Hall, London, UK 
‘4 Scilders - 4 x Solo’. Text by Jan De Nys. Published by De Markten, Brussels, Belgium


‘Take Off’. Published by Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna
‘Abstract Eroticism’. Edited by Michael Petry. Published by Academy Editions, London, UK




Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), Dublin, Ireland

The Church Gallery, Perth, Australia



Nominación Mejor Exposición de Catalunya, 2016 por Escombros, La Panera
Asociació Catalana de Critiics d’ Art (ACCA)


Premio da Critica Galicia
Art Critics Awards, Spain, ARCO


Turner Prize Nomination
Paul Hamlyn Award


Artium, Centro-Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo, Vitoria, Spain
Banco Pastor, Spain
British Council Collection, UK
Bruxelles University Collection, Belgium
CUBITT, London, UK
CaixaForum Barcelona, Colleccion Arte Contemporaneo de La Caixa, Barcelona, Spain
CentroCentro Cibeles de Cultura y Ciudadania, Madrid, Spain
Colección Caja de Ahorros del Mediterráneo, Valencia, Spain
Colección Helga de Alvear, Madrid-Cáceres, Spain
Colección Iberdrola, Madrid, Spain
Colección Josep Maria Civit, Spain
Contemporary Art Society, UK
Davis Museum in Wellesley College campus, University of Massachusetts, US
FRAC/AP2, Nord-Pas de Calais, France
Fundação Caixa Geral de Depósitos Culturgest, Porto, Portugal
Fundación Mª Cristina Masaveu Paterson, Asturias, Spain
Fundación  per Amort a L’ Art, Valencia, Spain
Fundación Calosa, Mexico
Fundación Barrié, Colección de Arte Contemporaneo Internacional, Vigo, Spain
Fundación Marco Pastor, La Coruña, Spain
Morgan Stanley Bank, London, UK
Museo de Arte Contemporaneo (MARCO), Vigo, Spain
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
Patio Herreriano, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Valladolid, Spain
Queensland Art Gallery, Australia
Tate Gallery, UK