At the start of his Asian launch in 2007, he was already increasing the volume of his paintings which were by then moving towards the medium of sculpture. A clear indication of this is the “Sculpture Square” of Singapore implementing his individual project “Beyond Form”, which he subsequently took to the City Hall of Hong Kong in 2010. In 2012, he transcended the limits of the canvas when he created, during his stay in Shanghai, two large expansive paintings for CEIBS to be displayed in a building designed by Pei, and became their artist in residence.
During that same year, Reguera also showed one of his “pictorial installations” in the Place du Louvre, under the auspices of UNESCO and the Mairie du 1er, within the context of the Diversité Culturelle International Festival. In 2008, he had previously taken part in “Assises”, another official exhibition in the French capital, at the central office of the Ministére de la Culture et de la Communication and more recently, in 2013, at the Paris Espace Eiffel 1 de L'Ecole Supérieure du Commerce Extérieur.
His exhibiting activity extends to other French speaking capitals such as Brussels, where he exhibits regularly, as well as continuing to do so in his London, Paris, Madrid or Hong Kong galleries.
Reguera also captures his previously mentioned travels through photography; prominent, among others, are those to Norway (1998), Australia and New Zealand (2006 and 2007) with the latter becoming the basis of his individual exhibition at the Paris Cervantes Institute entitled “Antipodas” in 2015. Four years ago,he made the exhibition “ Space et Matiére “ at the Cervantes Institute in Brussels.
His collaboration with music was embodied in two performances – one in 1994 and another in 2001 – at the Stedelijk Museum with the Dutch musician Bart Spaan, who composed and played two musical pieces inspired by his paintings. In addition, he collaborated with the French poets Andrée Chedid and Gilles Mentré, and with the Spaniard poet Francisco Pino.
Among his most noteworthy prizes are the one awarded in Paris by L'Acadèmie des Beaux-Arts of L'Institut of France for the Young Painting competition in 1995(La Bourse Annuelle de Peinture), and the “Ojo Critico” presented by the Radio Nacional de España in 2001.
His works are included in collections such as: the CEIBS Collection of Shanghai; the OECD Collection in Paris; the Marc Moyens in Washington D.C.;the Juan March Foundation Museum in Palma,Spain;The Real Madrid Foundation,Spain; the Testimoni Collection of La Caixa,Barcelona; the Brigitte and Jacques Gairard Collection, France; the Ph Delaunay Collection,in Paris; the Cynorrhodon-FALDAC in France;The Contemporary Art Museum Esteban Vicente, Segovia, Spain;the Museum of Contemporary Art City of Madrid or at the Zurich Financial Services in Switzerland. Finally, it is important to highlight the presence of his works in the Royal Collections, part of the National Heritage, where he took part in the Exhibition “Contemporary Art in Palace”, at the Royal Palace of Madrid during 2015-2016.
In 2015,the emblematic UMAG Museum of Hong Kong -The University Museum and Art Gallery of Hong Kong- organized the exhibition with a selection of their artworks from 2001 to 2015,entitled “Blue Expansive Landscape” in cooperation with the Spanish Consulate in Hong Kong. TIn 2016, the Esteban Vicente Museum of Segovia organized his first retrospective exhibition in Spain with the tile of “Alberto Reguera:El Aura de la Pintura. 1990-2015”
Alberto Reguera has regulary participated several international art fairs, such ARCOMadrid, Art Paris Art Fair;Brussels Art Fair; Zona Maco México Contemporary Art Fair;, among other.