She was born in Bogotá, Colombia, in 1936. During the 1970s she studied art at the David Manzur School in Bogotá. His first solo exhibition was in 1979 at the Belarca Gallery. Until then, his approach to the production of works of art came from the two-dimensional. Since then his plastic research has focused on sculpture. His work was incorporated in 2000 - to the collections of the Museums of Modern Art, Sindelfingen, Germany Naben, Kirchheim Teck, Germany. She obtained an honorable mention at the XXXII Annual Colombian Artists Salon, 1989 and at the III Tunja Regional Visual Arts Salon, 1980. Lives and works in Bogotá
He was born in Tomé Chile 1969. He has a special interest in the state of the human in the contemporary world, issues such as memory and its role in the production of culture, as well as a broad understanding of writing as a physical mark or signal. His interdisciplinary spirit has led him to propose aesthetic products "ungenerated" and fluctuating between content, medium and context; between the traditional and experimental narratives that locate their place of configuration, more in creative behavior than in disciplinary skills and abilities, resorting to a possible expansion of the limits and particularities of artistic languages. Mario Opazo has been the winner of important prizes such as the Luis Caballero Prize, the Latin American Art Prize of the MOLA of Los Angeles, the Monument to La Paz prize to be placed at the UN in New York. He has also participated in the 52nd Venice Biennale and the 10th Havana Biennial, among others. Lives and works in Bogotá.
She was born in Pamplona, Colombia in 1949. She lives and works in Tenjo Cundinamarca Colombia. She was a professor at the School of Arts of the National University of Colombia for 28 years. She promoted a career in ceramics and held administrative positions as Director of Careers and the Department of Arts. & quot; Clay and fire have been part of my life for more than 40 years. I have taken risks and seized opportunities; luck has been generous with me, perhaps because I have been alert, going back to the past to take the present in my hands . & quot; Her work is exhibited in various Art Museums in Colombia and abroad. Cecilia Ordóñez Paris Member of the International Academy of Ceramics
He was born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1979. He has a particular interest in the matter and its transmutations. In his practice, he uses different techniques and means, he strives to weave threads between art and other disciplines. He works from pictorial fluids, clay, and metals. His artistic objects establish relationships between objects of nature and objects created by man. Research, curatorship, management and organization of exhibitions are linked in his work. In 2013 he founded and since then directs Salón Comunal, a space for contemporary art in Bogotá, the city where he lives and works.
Beatriz Eugenia Diaz
She was born in Bogotá, Colombia, in 1965. His work has oscillated between music and the plastic arts, passing through the universe of vibrations, words and numbers. In 1992, with the creation of a composition system, based on mathematics and verbal language, she began a trajectory that has been characterized by the development of projects that are based on awakening or activating spaces, bodies or objects. acoustic. In different parts of the world she has presented works that pose links, interrelation of languages, connection with nature.
He was born in Bogotá, Colombia, in 1981. His work is a reflection on the matter and support of painting. The artist invites us to scrutinize the styles of painting and forces the viewer to reflect on the material reality of the artistic experience. currently lives and works in Berlin.
He was born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1984. Plastic artist graduated from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana de Bogotá in 2010. Artist with a scholarship from the National School of Painting, Engraving and Sculpture "La Esmeralda" founded in 1927 in Mexico City, which has had artists such as Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo and María Izquierdo on its teaching staff. He was from 2014 to 2016, assisting the master ceramist Rubén Durán Cerrato in the management of the ceramic workshop and in parallel he made a mural and a series of sculptures that were part of the artistic residency he carried out. Resident of the González / Cerón graphic work workshop from 2009 to 2012. He has participated in several individual and group exhibitions in countries such as Colombia and Mexico. Fervent lover of nature, which is reflected in his artistic work. He is currently dedicated to the research, production, teaching and commercialization of artistic and utilitarian ceramics in the city of Bogotá. Co-founder and teacher of the «Particle» ceramic workshop.
He was born in Sobral, Brazil in 1980. Néstor Marcelo Gutiérrez is an artist and university professor. He studied art at the Universidad de los Andes, did a master's degree in visual poetics at the School of Communications and Arts of the University of São Paulo and a master's degree in visual arts at Sint Lukas Brussels. His plastic work explores the staging of various materials, especially pictorial, textual and archival materials, experimenting around their narrative possibilities. He has participated in exhibitions in Bogotá, Brussels, São Paulo, Maastricht and Prague. He currently lives in Bogotá.
Nació en Cartagena, Colombia en 1983 Desde el año 2009 trabaja con cerámica, En 2018 consolida El Santo Taller de Cerámica, Bogotá, espacio de experimentación artística que utiliza la cerámica como herramienta creativa para hablar del entorno, las influencias y experiencias que definen el aquí y el ahora, especializado en la producción de cerámica utilitaria y artística, clases de cerámica para todo público y desarrollo de proyectos artísticos, promoviendo el oficio artístico como herramienta de inclusión y paz. Ha desarrollado diferentes proyectos audiovisuales y artísticos con instituciones y Galerías, como: IDARTES, Valenzuela & Klenner, Cámara de comercio de Bogotá, EL SANATORIO, MAC (museo de arte contemporáneo), KUIR BOG FEST, UNIANDINOS, Espacio Van Estasesgem, Salón del Fuego Beatriz Daza, Cinemateca Distrital, PNUD, CENTRO DE CULTURA AFROCARIBE, a SEIS MANOS, ATERCIOPELADOS, entre otros.