Gastón Ugalde

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Gastón Ugalde (Born 1946) Latin American artist recipient of the Konex Award in 2002 along with Oscar Niemeyer is called "the most important living Bolivian artist" by the Konex Foundation in Argentina and is also referred as the "Andean Warhol"[1] by art critics. Ugalde is also known as "the enfant terrible"[2] of the Bolivian Art Scene.

Selected exhibitions[edit]

  • 1978 I Biennial; Latin-American Art; São Paulo, Brazil
  • 1979 XV Biennial of São Paulo; São Paulo, Brazil
  • 1980 IV Biennial of Maldonado; Museum of American Art, Maldonado, Uruguay
  • 1981 V Biennial of San Juan; Latin-American & Caribbean Engraving, San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • 1982 XII Biennial of Paris; Paris, France
  • 1983 VI Biennial of San Juan; Latin-American & Caribbean Engraving, San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • 1985 XVII Biennial of São Paulo; São Paulo, Brazil
  • Neo-Expressionism de Tres Continentes; Teyler Gallery, Virginia, USA
  • III Biennial of Graphics; Cayman Gallery, New York City, USA
  • 1986 VII Biennial of San Juan; Latin-American & Caribbean Engraving, San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • IV Latin-American Biennial; New York City, USA
  • I International Biennial of Painting; Miami, Florida, USA
  • II Havana's Biennial; Havana, Cuba
  • 1987 I Cuenca's Biennial of Painting; Cuenca, Ecuador
  • 1989 II Cuenca's Biennial of Painting; Cuenca, Ecuador
  • 1990 Mito y Magia en las Americas: “Los ochenta”
  • Marco Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Monterrey, Mexico
  • 1991 Museum of Contemporary Art, Caracas, Venezuela
  • 1992 Expo Seville ’92; Seville, Spain.
  • 1996 Seven Visual Artists from Bolivia; Museum of Contemporary Art, Santiago, Chile
  • 1997 I Visual Arts Biennial of MERCOSUR; Porto Alegre, Brazil
  • 1999 XII Havana’s Biennial; Havana, Cuba
  • 2001 49th Venice Biennale; Venice, Italy
  • 2002 Gallery Evan, New York
  • 2003 “4ta Bienal de Mercosur” Porto Alegre, Brasil
  • 2004 “Museo de Arte Contemporaneo ” Santiago, Chile
  • “La Recoleta” Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • “Cuerpos Pintados” Santiago, Chile
  • “Nota Gallery” Düsseldorf, Germany
  • “Cuerpos Pintados” Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • 2005 2005 “Museo de Arte Moderno ” La Paz, Bolivia
  • 2006 “Cuerpos Pintados” São Paulo, Brasil
  • 2007 “Bienal de Valencia” Valencia, Spain
  • “Casa de las Americas ” Madrid, Spain
  • 2008 Arteamericas Miami, FL
  • 2008 Notal Gallery – La Paz, Bolivia
  • 2008 Buenos Aires Photo, Argentina
  • 2008 Art Santa Fe, New Mexico USA
  • 2009 Venice Biennale

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Hammer, Joshua. Outside Magazine – December 2007
  2. ^ Romero, Simon. Bolivian Is an Uneasy Ally as U.S. Presses Drug War, 28 August 2008 – The New York Times