Agustín Gamarra Campuzano




Agustín Gamarra studied Fine Arts, specializing in restoration in 1991, related number 1710 by the official doctoral school and graduates in Fine Arts, Barcelona.
In 1990, he received a European ERASMUS Grant for restoration in Bologna (Italy) and in 1993 a European PETRA Grant for stone restoration and Archeology in Lisbon and Conimbriga (Portugal).


Agustín is the technical director and co-founder of GAMARRA & GARCIA S.L. he had worked in Spain (Catalonia, Castilla y León, Castilla la Mancha, Murcia, Alicante, Asturias and Galicia), Sudan (Djebel Barkal, Karima) and Egypt (Meidum, Sharuna, Luxor and Cairo), He also worked for museums, government agencies, town halls, and various private foundations, including the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, the Botín Foundation, Abertis, Clos, Peretti and Godia and others.

He Participates regularly in the development of restoration projects and master plans for the enhancement and preparation for “site visits" and historical buildings, among which, the master plan of the archaeological park of L'Esquerda (Rhoda de Ther), the master plan of the Pla D'Almatà deposit (Balaguer) and the project of restoration and valorization of the Roman wall of Olerdola (Penedés,). Also, the conservation-restoration works of the entire El Born CCM and Badalona romana (Barcelona).


Sporadically he teaches seminars, courses and conferences in various organizations such as the University of Granada, the Menéndez Pelayo International University (UIMP), the Seville Museum, the Badalona Museum, the Egyptian Museum of Barcelona, the Heritage and Archeology Service of the Generalitat de Catalunya, the Autonomous University of Madrid, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Polytechnic University of Barcelona, the Museum of Prehistory of Valencia, the Catalan Society of Egyptology, the superior School of Restoration of Bienes Muebles of the Generalitat de Catalunya.