Is a professional artist that has received awards from institutions like the Creative Capital Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Art Omi International Artists Residency, The British Council, The Arts Council of England, The Henry Moore Institute, Vermont Studio Center, Sculpture Space, Center for Book Arts and the Ministry of Education of Japan. Solo exhibitions have been held at Gallery Lightcontemporary in London, Gallery Kobo Chika and Gyokuey in Tokyo, gallery Bellini of the Nomura Foundation in Yokohama, and Galleries Lucia de la Puente, ARTCO and Peruvian-North American Cultural Institute in Lima and Art Positions of Art Basel Miami 2011. His work has been included in group exhibitions like the V Biennial del Barro de America, Venezuela, Biennial S-Files Museo del Barrio, NY, Busan Biennial 2008 in South Korea among others. Cornejo received an MA and PhD in Fine Arts from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and bachelor and professional title in architecture from Ricardo Palma University in Lima Peru. His work is represented by gallery Ed Cross Fine Art, London.d
Jade Dellinger is Director of the Bob Rauschenberg Gallery at FSW. He has served for eight years now as Director of Exhibitions & Collections at Florida SouthWestern State College. Dellinger brought Maurizio Cattelan to Florida for his first U.S. museum project in 1995 and has organized major solo and two-person shows for such artists as Yoko Ono, Ann Hamilton, James Franco, Wayne White, Allan McCollum, Robert Rauschenberg, Keith Haring, and Jack Kerouac. He has written for international publications including Sculpture, Flash Art, Art Papers, and Guitar Aficionado; and co-authored the book Are We Not Men? We are DEVO! (SAF Publishing Ltd., UK 2003/2008), which traces the history of the foundational 1980s New Wave band and 2021 Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame nominees.
Is an Argentine-born curator based in London, UK. Since obtaining an MA in Curating Contemporary Art at the Royal College of Art she has worked independently in the UK and Latin America. She has curated a large number of exhibitions and has organised international workshops and residencies programmes in the UK, Greece, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico, Cuba, Colombia and Spain. She was curator of the Collection of Latin American Art at Essex University, UECLAA (1999-2005) andcurator of Public Programmes at Tate Modern (2006-2011). In 2009 she co-curated the 2nd Biennale of Thessaloniki in Greece ‘PRAXIS: Art in Times of Uncertainty’. She currently works independently as a curator and consultant in Europe and Latin America and continues to contribute articles and essays to art publications and to participate in international conferences and symposia. She is currently working in a programme of artistic exchanges between African and Latin American countries.
Is a sculptor and landscape architect, who received a BA(Hons) in Fine Art from Camberwell College of Art (1992) and a Masters in Landscape Architecture from Greenwich University (2000). In her studio work she is exploring the figure and ornament with references to art history and Ancient Greek mythology, using traditional techniques such as bronze, reflecting on the possibilities of adapting specific art historic visual language references for sculpture and personal allegorical portraiture. As a Landscape Architect she worked for Atkins in Cambridge office (2000-2002), and then a landscape Design and Build contractor: Ground Control Ltd (2002-2005). She has her studio in Kent, England where she mentors young aspiring artists and is currently implementing a sculpture and ceramic's studio to run workshops aimed at young people from that area.
Aymar Ccopacatty is an intercultural artist of Aymara and U.S. heritage, who learned the traditional textile art of the Aymara from his grandmother on the shores of Lake Titicaca, Puno – Peru. Aymar applies various techniques to his work, from Textile to Plasti-Collage and others. These days, plastic bags provide the prime materials for his work, he transforms this and other plastics from the daily life of the artist, friends and family, or from our mother earth; creating works of art that inspire and give reflection and hope to change the current system of contamination; meanwhile the colors serve to brighten the experience of living. Ccopacatty currently participates in expositions in Peru and Internationally.
Graduated from Arts at the Cuzco School of Art, "Diego Quispe Tito", and the National University of the Altiplane in Puno, he also carried Curatorial and Art Criticism studies at the Foundation Cultural Vision from the embassy of the Netherlands for the Latin American Union at the Cultural Center Brasil-Bolivia, and has carried out postgraduate studies in fine arts at the National University of San Agustin in Arequipa, Peru. He is also a promotor of artistic activities national and internationally, he is the creator of the candle smoke painting technique (Humearte), he has received awards and mentions nationally and has exhibited his paintings in Peru, Bolivia, Puerto Rico, España, Chile and Mexico.
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