Carlos Capelán (born 1948) is a contemporary artist from Montevideo, Uruguay. Although his conceptual work includes drawings and paintings, his installations are more widely known for their atmospherical impact, constituting an environment in which the viewer is free to wander around and experience notions of displacement. In 1995, Capelán received the Guggenheim Fellowship.
- 1991 In Progress, Kunstler Werkstatt Munich, Germany
- 1992 Ante América (Installation), Banco de la Republica, Biblioteca L.A. Arango Bogotá, Colombia
- 1992 Kartor och Landskap (Installation), Lunds Konsthall Lund, Sweden
- 1993 In Fusion - New European Art, Ikon Gallery Birmingham, England
- 1993 Bedia och Capelan (Installation), Kulturhuset Stockholm, Sweden
- 1994 Installation & Paintings, Galería Fernando Quintana Bogotá Bogotá, Colombia
- 1994 Humanism and Technology, National Museum of Contemporary Art Seoul, Republic of Korea
- 1995 Facade Installation, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
- 1995 Viajeros del Sur (2 installations), Museo Carillo Gil Mexico
- 1996 Arbeten på papper, Galerie Leger Malmö, Sweden
- 1996 Installation, Lund's Cathedral Lund, Sweden
- 1997 Die Welt als Vortstellung, Monique Knowlton Gallery New York City, United States
- Sullivan, Edward J., Latin American Art in the Twentieth-Century. Phaidon Press Limited; London, 1996, pg. 280.
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