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Paula Delgado

Born: 1977 Montevideo, Uruguay
Email: contacto@pauladelgado.com.uy
Paula Delgado is a visual artist, living and working in Montevideo, Uruguay. She has been exhibiting internationally in galleries and museums since
2000. Her work tackles issues around the construction of identities - national, personal and gender based. She works with photography, video and
performance. She attended several artist-in-residence programs. She studied economics at the Universidad de la República in Uruguay, she is an
Economic Analyst, and was a professor at the University.
She is now directing "CRUCES", an international art workshop in Montevideo, with artists from South Africa, Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.
Residencies
2009
The Bag Factory, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Micro Residencies Galería Parásito, Prague, Czech Republic.
2008
quartier21, Museums Quartier. Vienna, Austria.
Grants / Awards / Fellowships
2010
Fondo Concursable para la Cultura (Ministry of Culture, Uruguay), to develop the project CRUCES, an international workshop to take place in
Uruguay, with South African and South American artists.
2009
Awarded by the Prince Claus Fund to develop in South Africa the ongoing project Cómo sos tan lindo [How Come you are so Beautiful] and edit a
book about the project.
2007
Fondo Concursable para la Cultura (Ministry of Culture, Uruguay).
Salon Municipal de Artes Visuales (Municipality of Montevideo).
2006
10x10 grant for young artists. Municipality of Montevideo.
2004
Prix Paul Cézanne. French Embassy in Uruguay.
Solo Exhibitions
2012
"CSTL", video series, Momenta Art. New York City, USA.
2010
"Cómo sos tan lindo", Space for Contemporary Art. Montevideo, Uruguay.
2009
“These Krásní Czechs", Hunt Kastner Artworks/ Galería Parásito. Prague, Czech Republic.
2006
“Cómo sos tan lindo”, Belleza y Felicidad Gallery. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2001
“Candy. American Tour”. Municipal Exhibition Center, SUBTE. Montevideo, Uruguay.
Selected Group Exhibitions
2011
"Situating No-Land: Videoart from Latin America". Slought Foundation. Philadelphia, USA.
"Do It". Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo. Montevideo, Uruguay.
2010
"Ghierra Intendente". Municipal Exhibition Center, SUBTE. Montevideo, Uruguay.
2009
"Adding Substractions". The Bag Factory Studios. Johannesburg, South Africa.
"Menú Latex". Gallino Museum. Salto, Uruguay.
2008
“The bitch is sleeping”. Karsi Sanat Gallery. Istambul, Turkey.
“Skin is longing for a cream”. MuseumsQuartier. Vienna, Austria.
“A-A-H! Project”. Goethe Institut. Sofia, Bulgaria.
“Telenovela”. Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, Austria.
“Amor y Trabajo” (with Javier Vaz Martins). Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales. Montevideo, Uruguay.
“Fotografía Latinoamericana”. Galería Arte x Arte. Buenos Aires, Argentina
2007
“Bienal de San Pablo-Valencia”. Valencia, España.
“25 años de videoarte en Uruguay”. Centro Cultural de España. Montevideo, Uruguay.
“Cómo+Yo”. Traschi Gallery. Santiago de Chile, Chile.
“Salón Municipal de Artes Visuales”. Municipal Exhibition Center, SUBTE. Montevideo, Uruguay.
2006
“Buenos Aires Loop”. Kunsthalle Wien. Vienna, Austria.
“Buenos Aires Photo”. Palais de Glace. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
“Soberbia y Pasión” (with Julia Castagno). Municipal Exhibition Center, SUBTE. Montevideo, Uruguay.
“Montevideo en Zaragoza”. Zaragoza, España.
“VIII Salón de Arte Digital”. Centro Cultural Pablo. La Habana, Cuba.
2005
“Autorretrato”. Museo Blanes. Montevideo, Uruguay.
“13x13”. Centro Cultural de España. Montevideo, Uruguay.
“Expansiva” (with Julia Castagno). Museo Nacional de Artes Visuales. Montevideo, Uruguay
2004
“Banco de Niebla” (with Julia Castagno). C. Cultural de España. Montevideo, Uruguay.
“TICS”. Cabildo de Montevideo. Montevideo, Uruguay.
“Momenta. Retrospective”. Momenta Art. Brooklyn, New York.
2002
“Gallérie Chez Vallentin”. Paris, France.
“Video Marathon". Art in General. New York, New York.
“Un Océano Poco Profundo”. Casa Encendida. Madrid, España.
2001
“Video Selections”. Modern Culture at the Gershwin Hotel. New York, New York.
“The Armory Show”. New York, New York.
“Interfaces”. Instituto Goethe. Montevideo, Uruguay.
2000
“BIG. Quisiera ser grande”. Momenta Art. Brooklyn, New York.
“Invisible”. Centro Cultural de España. Montevideo, Uruguay.
Exhibitions Curated
2009
"Otra Cabeza". Curated by Dani Umpi and Paula Delgado. Municipal Exhibition Center, SUBTE. Montevideo, Uruguay.
Bibliography
“No Sabe/ No contesta. Prácticas fotográficas contemporáneas desde América Latina”. Rodrigo Alonso (ed). Rosina Cazali, María Iovino, Liliana
Martínez. Ediciones arte x arte. Buenos Aires, 2008
Collections / Videoarchives
“Cómo sos tan lindo” Montevideo 2005 (DVD 8min) is part of the Permanent Collection of the “Institut Valenciá dʼArt Modern” Valencia. España.
“Cómo sos tan lindo” Montevideo 2005 y Buenos Aires 2006 (DVD 8 min c/u) are part of the Archive at the Associação Cultural VideoBrasil.
“Cómo sos tan lindo” Montevideo 2005 y Vienna 2008, are part of the Ursula Blicke Videoarchiv in Kunsthalle, Vienna.