Ana Bidart

Biography

Born in 1985 in Montevideo, Uruguay. Lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico.

 

Education

 

SOMA, Mexico City, Mexico

Fundación de Arte Contemporáneo

Escuela Universitaria Centro de Diseño, Montevideo, Uruguay

 

Selected Solo Exhibitions

 

2016

2 Bed, 1 Bath nice view, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York

 

2015

Tropicalísimo, SOMA Project Room, Mexico City, MX

 

2014

Desechos, NADA, New York

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2016

Cómo te voy a olvidar/ How can I forget you, curated by Anissa Touati and Peggy Leboeuf, Galerie Perrotin Paris, Paris
The Art of Now, curated by Betty Levin, Hearst Galleries, New York

 

2015

The Suspended Line, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York

When I say stop, continue, FIFI Projects, Monterrey, MX

 

2014

Provisionals, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York

 

2013

Transposicion: Ontology and enunciation, FIFI projects, Mexico City, MX

Demasiado futuro, CCE-MEX Spanish Cultural Center, Mexico

Neo Povera, L&M Arts, Los Angeles, CA

Autocorrect, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York

 

2009

National Visual Arts Museum, Salón Nacional de Artes Visuales, Montevideo, Uruguay

Harto_espacio, Buenos Aires

Solo Show, Goethe Institut, Montevideo, Uruguay

 

Bibliography

 

2016

Michael Anthony Farley, Art F City, On Zona MACO: How to Excel at Being an Average Art Fair, February 11.

 

2014

Pac Pobric, The Art Newspaper, Paired-down beauty, May 10.

M.H. Miller, Observer, ‘Art Is Short, Life Is Long’: At the Opening of NADA New York, May 9.

Corinna Kirsch and Whitney Kimball, Art F City, NADA New York: Still the city’s Best Art Fair, May 9.

 

2013

Charline Chávez, Revista Código, Demasiado futuro. La primera generación del programa educativo de SOMA, October 31.

E. Gallant, Art Observed, “Neo Povera” at L&M Arts through July 6th, 2013, July 5.

 

Grants and Awards

 

2012

FEFCA 2012-2013, Culture and Education Ministry of Uruguay

National Visual Arts Museum, Paul Cezanne Award, Montevideo, Uruguay

 

2011

Antonio Gala Foundation, residency program Open Studio, Córdoba, Spain

Press

ArtReview | ¿ Cómo te voy a Olvidar ?
On Zona MACO How to Excel at Being an Average Art Fair
Paired-down beauty (The Art Newspaper)

NADA New York

Art is Short, Life is Long (Observer)

NADA New York

NADA New York: Still the City’s Best Art Fair (Art F City)

NADA New York

Código Demasiado futuro. La primera generación del programa educativo de SOMA
Art Observed "Neo Povera" at L&M Arts Through July 6th, 2013