CLEMENCIA ECHEVERRI 

Artist's CV (download).

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1994-95
Master in Fine Arts, Sculpture. Chelsea College of Arts And Design, London.

1995-96
Post-Graduate Diploma, Contemporary Art History and Theory, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London.

1983 
B.A Fine Arts, University of Antioquia. Medellín, Colombia.

1974 
B.A Visual Comunications. UPB University. Medellín, Colombia.

ACADEMIC AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE 

1982 - 2009

 Full time Professor, University of Antioquia, Colombia. Until 1982-1992.
 Full time Professor, National University of Colombia. Until 1992- 2009.
 Research, Chelsea College of Arts London. 2003. 
 Creation and Implementation of The Fine Arts Master Program, National University of Colombia, Bogotá. With Professor Trixi Allina, 1993. 

ARTS ADMINISTRATION

 1986, Assistant Director, Museum of Modern Art, Medellín.


BOOKS

2019
 “Duelos”, design and publication by Bárbara Santos. Produced by the Ministry of Culture of Colombia. ISBN 978-958-48-7056-8. Fragmentos, Espacio de Arte y Memoria.
 “LIMINAL”, catálogo. Produced by the Central Bank of Colombia. Museo Miguel Urrutia (MAMU).

2017
 “La Imagen Ardiente”, written by Sol Astrid Giraldo. Produced by the Ministry of Culture of Colombia. Dedicated to the work of Clemencia Echeverri. ISBN 978-958-753-24.

2016
 "Trepidaciones". Colección de Arte Contemporáneo, Seguros Bolívar. Curated by José Ignacio Roca and Alejandro Martín. Volume of three books with other two artists: José Alejandro Restrepo and Juan Fernando Herrán. ISBN 978-958-58625-7-9.
 Contemporary Colombian Art. Edited by Hossein Amirsadeghi. Executive editor: Catherine Petitgas. London, England ISBN-13: 978-0500970768.

2009
“Sin Respuesta”. Clemencia Echeverri Art work. 1995-2009, Edited by Cultural Disclosure of the National University of Colombia. Distribution: Benjamín Villegas. ISBN 978 958 719 203 2. Bogotá, 2009.


PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

Sin Cielo/SkyLess, Hirsrom Museum Texas, 2018.
Sin Cielo /Skyless, Central Bank of Colombia, Bogotá, Colombia.
Treno 1/5, DAROS-Latinoamérica. Collection. Zurich, 2007.
Treno 2/5, Adquisition award. Gilberto Alzate Avendaño Foundation, Bogotá.
Treno 3/5, Central Bank of Colombia.
Treno 4/5, Private Collection, Costa Rica.
Treno 5/5, Private Collection, Bogotá.
Treno, Museum of Latinamerican Art (MOLAA), 2007.
Treno, Art Museum of the National University of Colombia.
Quiasma 1/5, MEIAC Museum. Spain, 2006.
Cal y Canto 1/5, Latinamerican Collection Essex. England, 2003.
Sacrifice, 1/5 Central Bank of Colombia. Bogotá, 2013.
Sacrifice, National Museum of Colombia.


INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP EXHIBITIONS 

2020
 
In process: Campo de Batalla. Video and sound installation. Commissioned by Espacio V. Ciudad de México, México. 
 
Sin Cielo/SkylessArt Gallery of Guelph. Curated by Sally Frater. September 17 to January 3 (2021). Canadá. 
 
Volver. National call for artists to represent the pandemic. Museum of Modern Art of Bogotá (MAMBO) and El Tiempo newspaper. Bogotá. 

2019
 Retrospective Liminal, Museum of Contemporary Art, Central Bank of Colombia, Bogotá. Curator: María Margarita Malagón. October.
Duelos. Video installation. Space of Art and Memory. National Museum of Colombia, Bogotá. Ministry of Culture. 

2018
 River by Assault. Biennial of Shanghai. Shanghai, China. November.
Elegy. Oma Award. Video installation. ARTBO space. October.

2017
Sin Cielo/Skyless and Treno, Sicardi Gallery.
La Vuelta. 28 Colombian Artists. Arles, France. Les Rencontres de la Photographie. Curators: Carolina Ponce de León and Sam Stordzé.
 From Medellín. A colombian artistic scene. Musee dárt Les Abattoirs. Toulouse, france. Curators: Valentin Rodriguez and Nydia Gutierrez.
Sin Cielo/ Skyless. Energética, curated by Jose Ignacio Roca and Isaac Dyner. Video projection.

2016
Sin Cielo/Skyless. Video wall and single-channel video. Commissioned by Art Museum of the Central Bank of Colombia. 
 Sub-terra. ARTBO, Oma Award. Single-channel video. 
Sacrificio (Díptico). National Museum of Colombia. ”La Tierra como recurso, hall”.

2015
Nóctulo. Multi-channel video and sound installation. Photography and Drawings. NC- Arte, Bogotá.
Nóctulo (Dibujos). Conexão, collective exhibition. Gallery Eduardo Fernandes, São Paulo.
Treno. “Waterweavers, The River in the Colombian Contemporary Visual and Material Culture”. Bard Graduate Center. New York. 2014, Casa de América. Washington 2015, Conde Duque, Madrid. 2015. Curatorship: José Ignacio Roca.
Nóctulo. La 5ª. Pared. NC-arte. Five years revision.

2014
Sacrifice. Biennial of Cartagena de Indias
Supervivals. Rencontres Internacionales, december 1st to 7th 2014, Paris. Colombia, 2013. Screened: at Gaité Lyrique.
 Heritage Games. Museum of Modern Art of Barranquilla, Colombia.

2013
 Inherited games, (single-channel video). Instants Video Festival Marselle, 50Ans dÁrt Video. France.
 Sacrifice, 43 (inter) National Salon of Artists. Medellín, Colombia.
 Survivals, multichannel video installation and Photography. Alonso Garcés Gallery, Bogotá.
Treno, multichannel video installation. "Y Creemos en un solo Dios" at Art Museum of the National University of Colombia. 
 Sacrifice. Multi-channel video installation at the National Artist Salon.

2012
 Stillness. Multi-channel video installation sound, “Homenaje a John Cage”. National University of Colombia. 
 Border. Kratkofil Plus Video Festival Baria Luka, Bosnia Herzegovina.
 Border. Screen Video Festival. Barcelona. Arts Santa Monica.

2011
 Border. MDE11. International Fine Arts Project in Medellin, Colombia.
 Inherited games, single-channel. Latin American Cosmovideography, CENART Mexico DF.
 Voluntary Testimony. VI Luis Caballero Award. Shortlisted. Multichannel Video Installation.
 Inherited games. Multichannel Video Installation and Photography. Alonso Garcés Gallery. Bogotá. Solo exhibition.
 Border. Video installation and photography. MDE11 International Fine Arts Project. Medellín, Colombia.
 Inherited Games. Single-channel video. "Instant Video Festival". Marselle, France

2010
 Voice. Liverpool Biennial. London. Image and sound installation. No Longer Empty sound curatorial project.
Treno. The first Biennial of Fine Arts. Short List. Gilberto Alzate Avendaño Foundation. Bogotá., Video
Voz/net. CD ROM, supported by Arts Council. London.
Art NET, Colombian project. Voz/net. Luis Angel Arango Library. Bogotá. 
Treno. International Festival of the Image, Manizales, Colombia.
Voz, (Voice). Liverpool Biennial. England. Sound image installation. Sep–Nov. 

2009
Treno. “Actos del Habla”, Art Museum of the National University of Colombia. Bogotá. Curator: María Belén Sáez de Ibarra
Treno. “For You”, Daros-Latinamerica Museum. ZurichApril 25 Sept 6 2009.
 Treno. “Dont stare at the sun”. Centre of Contemporary Art "Znaki Czasu" in Torum.

Treno. Torum 27/06 to 13/09 of 2009. Works from Daros Latinamerica Collection, Polonia. Artists: Mauricio Alejo, Juan Carlos Alom, María Fernanda Cardoso, Clemencia Echeverri, Regina José Galindo, Teresa Margolles, Ana Mendieta, Ernesto Neto, Javier Téllez. Curated by: Agnieszka Pindera, Joanna Zielińska. 

 La muerte está viva. Mundo Gallery. Bogotá.
 Heritage Games. Stainless stell print. Feria ArtBo. Bogotá. 
Voice/net. CD-ROM. To be disseminated in five English prisons and Art Institutions. Supported by the Arts Council London.

2007
Voz/net. Supported by Arts Council. Londres.
Voz/net. Art NET Colombia project, Luis Angel Arango Library, Bogotá.
Treno. Video-sound installation and Photography, Alonso Garcés Gallery. Bogotá. 

2006
Obra Viva. Live Works Project, Central Bank of Colombia. 
Quiasma, project with Bárbara Santos, Andrés Burbano, Santiago Ortíz.
 Voz, Prison Resonances. Interactive video sound installation. National Museum of Colombia. Bogotá. 
 Border. Mobile performance with the video and Photography. Central Bank Of Colombia, Manizales. Supported by Central Bank of Colombia. Bogotá.
 Pack of Hounds. Interactive sound installation. National Salon of Artists. Colón Theater, Bogotá.
 Clima Zero. Alonso Garcés Gallery. Photography. 5 artists: Clemencia Echeverri, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Luis Fernando Peláez, Luis Morales, Bernardo Salcedo.
 Anomie. Action of writing. Regional Artist Salon, Tunja, Colombia.
 Pack of Hounds. Interactive sound installation. Presidential Box, Colón Theater, Opera House; National Artist Hall, Bogotá.
 Double Edged. Video, sound and installation. Itinerant exhibit. Other Gazes: Ten Colombian Female Artists, Touring: Francia, Venezuela, Argentina, Brasil, Uruguay,     Chile. 
 Border. Live Work, collective mobile act of video and sound, Central Bank of Colombia, Manizales

2005
Artrónica, Bogotá.
Ars Electronica, Austerlitz Banquet. Arts Electronica Festival, Madrid.

2004
ISEA2004, Ars Electronic Festival, Helsinki, Stockholm, Tallinn. Metal Residence, London. 

2003
 Lime and Song. Video-sound installation. EAFIT University, Medellín.
Mutism. Fragments for an Amorous Video – collective project. Santa Fe Gallery, Distrital Planetary, Bogotá.

2002
Quiasma. Oracle and Landscape. With Bárbara Santos, Andrés Burbano and Santiago Ortíz.

2000
 Even Though Exhausted, He Can Still Fight. Video-sound installation for the Luis Caballero Awards. Honorary Mention.
 Intimate House. Sixth Havana Biennial, Cuba. 

1999
 Double Edged. Art and Violence. Video-sound installation. Museum of Modern Art, Bogotá.

1998-99
 Family Apetittes. Sixth Biennial, Bogotá. Video-sound installation. Museum of Modern Art, Bogotá.

1997-98
 Intimate House. Video-sound installation. National Artists Hall, Bogotá.

1997
 The Exposed Gaze. Video and sculpture. Galería Espacio. Vacío, with Rolf Abderhalden and Trixi Allina. Bogotá.
Casa Intima, first part. Regional Artist Hall. Sabana Station. Bogotá. 
 Jewerly design by artists. Museum of Modern Art of Medellín.
 Interventions in the museum. Art Museum of the National University of Colombia. Bogotá. Revision. Sound and screening. Chamber of Commerce of Medellín.
The 5th. International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition". University of Hawaii and Manoa. Art Gallery. Hawai
XXXV, National Artist Hall. Bogotá.

1994
Escultura y proyectos públicos. National University of Manizales. Architecture facuilty.

1993
Portafolio AGPA. Modern Art Museum of Medellín.

1992-1991
 Women for the 21st century. National Museum, Bogotá, Colombia.
Artist Hall of Risaralda, Quindío y Caldas. Manizales. Colombia.

1992
International Sculpture Symposium. Caribbean Island Guadalupe. Francia. 11 International Artists. Curatorship: Gerard Xuriguera.

1990
"Metal and Memory".Modern Art Museum of Medellín. Medellín, Colombia. 30 de los 90. Public Library Piloto. Medellín. Colombia.

1987
 XXXI National Artists Hall, Medellín.
Artistas Antioqueños en el MAMM. Modern Art Museum of Medellín.

1986
XXX National Artists Hall. National Museum of Colombia. Bogotá.
Awarded works for the new José Maria Córdova Airport. Rionegro, Antioquia. Luis Ángel Arango Library. Bogotá.
Concret. Casa Negret Gallery. Bogotá.
 Colombian Artists Hall Bogotá. 
Regional Artists Hall, Bogotá.

1983
 Medellín in the MAMM. Modern Art Museum of Medellín

1980
Art in Antioquia in the 70s. Medellín, Colombia.

1979
Workshops of the Workshop. Workshops of Arts. Curatorship by Samuel Vásquez. Chamber of Commerce of Medellín.
V Old Caldas Artists Fair. Manizales.
X Young Artits Hall. Museum of Antioquia, Medellín.

1977
 II Regional Visual Arts Hall. University of Antioquia. Medellín, Colombia.


ARTISTIC RESIDENCES

       DELFINA foundation, Manilva, España. 1994.
       YADOO residency, New York. 2014.


INTERACTIVE PROJECTS

Quiasma Project. Artists: Clemencia Echeverri, Bárbara Santos, Andrés Burbano and Santiago Ortíz. Suported by Daniel Langlois Foundation, Canadá.

Quiasma: participation in festivals

    Ars Electronica Festival, ISEA Helsinki-Estocolmo y Tallin. 2004.
    Ars Electronica Festival, Banquete, Madrid. 2006.
    Ars Electronica Festival, Alemania. 2005.
    Artrónica, Luis Angel Arango Library. Bogotá, 2006.
    Metal Residency. London.

Voice/resonances of the prison. National Museum of Colombia, 2007. Interactive sound installation. 3 Halls.


AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

       Duelos, Creation Award 2019, Colombian Ministry of Culture. 
       
OMA award ARTBO, 2017. Grantor, OMA Company     
       
OMA award ARTBO, 2017. Grantor, OMA Company
       Prize Tribute to Artists, 2015.
       Artistic Residence, Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, New York, 2014.
       Voluntary Testimony, Creation Grant. IDARTES, Bogotá. 
       Nominated for the VI version of the Luis Caballero Prize, 2011. IDARTES, Bogotá.
       Biennial Prize of Fine Arts. 2010. For the work: Treno.
       Creation Grant for individual artists, 2005-2007. Arts Council London. 

Grantor: Gilberto Alzate Avendaño Foundation. Bogotá.
        Research grant. 2008 For the Book Unanswered, National University of Colombia. Colombia. 2009
        Creation Grant. 2007-2008

Licensor: National University of Colombia. Title: Heritage Games.
        Creation Scholarship for individual artists, 2005-2007.

Grantor: Arts Council London.
        Voice-net. Project platform for the web.
        Creation grant 2004-2005

Licensor: National University of Colombia. National Call.
        Voice/resonances of the prison, interactive sound project and video installation
        Creation grant: 2002-2004

Grantor: Daniel Langlois Foundation of Canadá.
Title: Quiasma, with the artists Bárbara Santos, Andrés Burbano and Santiago Ortíz. Interactive navigation platform.
        Work Price, 2000.

Grantor: District Institute of Culture. Nominated for the National Contest "Luis Caballero Award", Bogotá. Prize: First mention of Honor.
Project: Exhausted can still fight. Video Installation.
        Creation Grant. 1999.

Licensor: National University of Colombia. National Call, Works: Cal y Canto and Exhausto can still fight
        1998 Award

Licensor: José María Cordova Airport. Medellín National Call for Sculpture Competition for the airport. Prize and construction of the Urban sculpture "Cometas".
        1997 Award

Grantor: Private competition ISAGEN electrified company. Second prize Public Sculpture Territory, Medellín, Colombia.
        Residence 1996

Licensor: Delfina Studio Trust. London To develop in Casa Manilva. Spain.
Grantor: Ministry of Culture. Colombia.  
        Fine Arts Scholarship. 1994.