Art Curators

CLAUDIO HERRERA

claudio herrera
From:
Chile
Guest Residence
“The Pollock-Krasner Foundation”. New York, USA (3 Times), “Casa de Velázquez” Madrid, Spain, Stichting B.a.d. Rotterdam, Netherlands. (2 Times).
PRODUCTION GRANTS
FONDART (3 Times) and “Fundación Andes” in Santiago de Chile
TECNICS:
Mixte
EXHIBITIONS:
Chile (Santiago), USA (New York, Miami), Mexico (Guadalajara, Mexico D.F.), Spain (Madrid), Switzerland (Basel), Argentina (Buenos Aires), Sweden (Stockholm), Netherlands (Rotterdam), etc.
FOLLOW:

Critical texts

  • BRAINSTORM

    Eduardo Stupia

  • Jeanne

    Eduardo Stupia
    Feb. 2008

  • Extracto texto Axis Mundi

    Francisco Carpio.

  • Sangre y Leche (sobre cables y estornudos).

    Federico Galende.
    Nov 1995

  • La Mancha Cesante.

    Federico Galende
    June 1996

  • En la infinita planicie de la aventura y el exilio.

    Mariano Navarro
    June 2007

BUY HIS ARTWORKS

Personal exhibitions.

2019. “Talisman”. Collective. Artespacio Gallery. Santiago de Chile
2018. “Blood and Milk”. Talca University Extension Center. Santiago de Chile
2014. Architectural Metaphor: 10 years ”. Artespacio Gallery. Santiago de Chile
2013. “Trelew”. RO Gallery. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2013. “So Far”. B.a.d. Foundation, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
2012. “Black mountain”. RO Gallery. Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2011. “Burning the Grundisse”. L’atelier Gallery. Valdivia, Chile.
2011. “Strategies against architecture”. B.a.d. Foundation. Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
2009. “Saint-Just partisan chilote”. Stuart Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
2008. “Brainstorm”. Wussmann Gallery. Buenos Aires. Argentina
2008. “Jeanne”. Borges Cultural Center. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
2006. “The New Creole Left: A Song for the Provo”. Velázquez’s house. Madrid. Spain
2006. “Space is the Place”. Espacio F. Madrid Gallery. Spain.
1998. “New York – The Cosmic Jokers”. Regional Administration. Talca. Chile.
1998. “Architectural Metaphor”. Arte-Urbe Project, Casa Colorada Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
1998. “The text and its stain”. Nemesio Antúnez Gallery. Cal y Canto Station. METRO line 2,
Santiago de Chile.
1996. “Baader-Meinhof Gruppe”. Balmaceda Gallery 1215. Santiago de Chile.
1996. “Ideological text: a Jacobin Discourse”. Aníbal Pinto Gallery. Temuco from Chile.
1995. “Blood and Milk: two Historical Fluids”. Posada del Corregidor Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
1995. “Wille zur Macht”. Gabriela Mistral Gallery. Santiago de Chile.

Collective exhibitions.

2017. “The material image”. Bi-personal show with Joe Villablanca. Gallery Catholic University Extension Center. Santiago de Chile.
2017. “The moaning of life”. Along with Inés Schmidt and Magdalena Vial. Talca University
2014. “Plants in an electrical storm”. Macchina Gallery. Santiago de Chile
2012. “Green Indians”. Museum of Fine Arts room. Florida. Santiago de Chile.
2011. “The dark radiant life”. CeAC. Santiago de Chile.
2011. “Green Indians”. Museum of Fine Arts room. Talcahuano, Chile.
2011. “Eros and Civilization”. Stuart Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
2010-2011. “Epilogue”. Zapopan Museum. Guadalajara. Mexico.
2010. “Group Show”. Galleri S7. Stockholm. Sweden.
2010. “This Heats Up.” Sample curated by me. Works by Álvaro Oyarzun, Francisco Smythe and Paulina Humeres. Stuart Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
2009-2010. “Untitled For Now”. Matucana 100 Cultural Center. Santiago de Chile.
2008-2009. “ArteBA”. Wussmann Gallery. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
2007. “REVOLVER”. Stuart Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
2007. “Scope Art Fair”. Stuart Gallery. Basel, Switzerland.
2007. “Twenty dead on a road to Ayacucho.” Bi-personal exhibition with Cesar Gabler. Stuart Gallery. Santiago, Chile.
2006-2008. “Scope Art Fair”. Stuart Gallery. Miami, USA
2006. “Mountain”. GWA Gallery. Madrid Spain.
2005. “Parallel Visions”. StuArt Gallery. Santiago, Chile.
2005. “Reading Cabinet: Contemporary Chilean Visual Arts 1971-2005”. Museum
National of Fine Arts. Santiago, Chile.
2004. “Drawings”. Sample curated by me. Works by César Gabler, Paul Beuchat, Mario Navarro, Álvaro Oyarzun and Rodrigo Ortega. GASCO Contemporary Art Room. Santiago de Chile.
2002. “Four Chilean Artists in Mexico”. In conjunction with Magdalena Atria, Cristian Silva, and Malu Stewart. Public Interventions in Mexico D.F. Arena Gallery.
Guadalajara Mexico.
2000. “Art and Politics: Anomalies of Space”. Contemporary Art Museum. Santiago de Chile.
Metropolitan Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
2000. “Mythologies of Habit”. Extension Center of the Catholic University of Chile. Santiago de
Chile.
1998. “Second Biennial of Young Art” National Museum of Fine Arts. Santiago de Chile.
1999. “Laboratory No. 9. Balmaceda Gallery 1215. Santiago de Chile.
1999. “Dimension Less”. Metropolitan Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
1997. “Urban Spirit”. Herrera, Mazry, Rueda, Silva, Soro. CAD, Faculty of Architecture and Design.
University of Chile. Santiago de Chile.
1997. “Introduction to Gesture”. Benmayor, Bororo, Gatica, Herrera. Posada del Corregidor Gallery.
Santiago de Chile.
1996. “Herrera, Rueda, Silva, Velasco, Zomosa”. Posada del Corregidor Gallery. Santiago de Chile.
1996. “Annual Show”. Museum of Modern Art. Castro, Chile.
1993. “Concours Matisse”. National museum of fine arts. Santiago de Chile.

Awards, scholarships and residences.

2016. Grants “The Pollock-Krasner Foundation”. New York, USA.
2013. Stichting B.a.d. Guest Residence. Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2011. Stichting B.a.d. Guest Residence. Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2008. Grants “The Pollock-Krasner Foundation”. New York, USA.
2007. Fund for the Development of the Arts (FONDART). Ministry of Education. Culture Division.
Santiago de Chile.
2006. “Casa de Velázquez” Scholarship. Madrid. Spain.
2005. “Andes Foundation” Scholarship. Santiago de Chile.
2001. Fund for the Development of the Arts (FONDART). Ministry of Education. Culture Division.
Santiago, Chile.
1998. Fund for the Development of the Arts (FONDART). Ministry of Education. Culture Division.
Santiago, Chile.
1997. Grants “The Pollock-Krasner Foundation”, New York, USA.

CLAUDIO HERRERA

Andreas. 2013. Lapiz grafito, lapiz de color y oleo sobre papel. 63x50 cm.

arquitectos judio-alemanes emigran a Los Angeles, 2010-2012. Tecnica Mixta sobre tela. 145x95 cms

Ash-ra Tempel, 150x100 cm, Mixta sobre papel, 2002

Bataille. 2013. Lapiz grafito y oleo sobre papel. 63x50 cm.

Black Mountain, 2007, Tecnica mixta sobre tela. 133x137 cms

Bloch dice, 200x150, Mixta sobre papel, 2010

Claudio Herrera, A Georges Bataille. 2013, Tecnica Mixta sobre papel, 200x150 cms

Cosmos, 2016. Mixta sobre tela. 100x100 cm, 1.200.000

Dessau, 2005. Tecnica Mixta sobre tela. 120x90 cms.

El sacrifico del Gibón, 150x150 cm, Mixta sobre papel, 2006

Estado obrero español. 150x118 cm. Tecnica mixta sobre papel. 2004

Fiat chilena. 120x150 cm. Tecnica mixta sobre papel. 2012-2014