Clemencia Echeverri speaking with Miguel Angel Rojas at the opening of her exhibition in Colombia.
Clemencia Echeverri at the opening of her exhibition in Colombia.
CLEMENCIA ECHEVERRI (b. 1950, Colombia)
Clemencia Echeverri completed her undergraduate studies in Colombia and, along with specialized studies, she earned a Masters degree in Plastic Arts at the Chelsea College of Arts, London. She has worked as an arts professor in Colombia, at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, at the University of Antioquia and the National University.
Having dedicated herself to sculpture and painting until the mid-nineties, Clemencia then decided to change course and started developing installation, video, sound, and interactive works inspired by the political and social conditions that have marked her time. In latter years, she has produced video-installation projects that appeared in multiple national and international events.
She also has participated in electronic arts festivals such as the ISEA in Helsinki, Stockholm, and Tallin; the Festival de Artes Electrónicas Banquete in Madrid; Ars Electronica in Austria; Artrónicain Bogotá; and Metal in London with the work Quiasma with three other Colombian artists.
Worth noting, during the past fifteen years in Colombia, is her abundant output in multiple exhibitions as well as her work’s presence in museums and galleries such as the Museo Nacional de Colombia, the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá, and the Museo de Arte Universidad Nacional. A book on her most recent works, entitled “Sin respuesta – Unanswered,” was edited in 2009. Clemencia has been the recipient of awards, honorary mentions, and national and international fellowships.
Her work has been acquired by the collections of Daros– Latinamerica; the Museum of Latin American Art, National Bank in Colombia, Los Angeles (MOLAA); the Museo MEIAC, Spain; and the Latin American Art Collection at Essex, England, as well as private collectors.
Liminal, Museo de Arte Miguel Urrutia, Bogotá, Colombia
Duelos, Fragmentos - Space for Art & Memory, created by Doris Salcedo in Bogotá, Colombia
Sacrificio - MUZAC Museo Zenú de Arte Contemporaneo, Monteria
Clemencia Echeverri - Nóctulo - NC-Arte, Bogota
Juegos de Herencia. Museo de Arte Moderno de Barranquilla
Clemencia Echeverri - Supervivencias - Alonso Garcés Galería, Bogota
Clemencia Echeverri - GAK - Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst e.V. Bremen, Bremen
Actos del Habla: 4 obras, Treno, Apetitos de Familia, De Doble Filo, Voz. Museo de Arte Universidad Nacional. Bogotá. Curadora María Belén Sáez de Ibarra
Treno. Video instalación y Fotografía. Alonso Garcés Galería, Bogotá
Voz-resonancias de la prisión, Video instalación multicanal e interactiva. Museo Nacional de Colombia. Bogotá. Apoyo Universidad Nacional de Colombia y Arts Council, London
Cal y Canto –Video Instalación Multicanal. Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá
Exhausto Aun Puede Pelear, Video instalación multicanal. Nominada II Premio Luis Caballero
Daros Latinamerica Collection, Zurich, Switzerland
Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo, Bandajoz, Spain
Essex Collection of Art from Latin America, Essex, United Kingdom
Museo de Arte Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia
Fundacion Gilberto Alzate Avendano, Bogota, Colombia
Museum of Latin American Art, Los Angeles, USA