Raimond Chaves

Lima, Peru
APT Mexico City
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  • ProjecteSD, Barcelona presents the exhibition “Accrochage#2: Nocturnal Writing” featuring artists Inaki Bonillas, Dora Garcia, Jochen Lempert, Patricia Dauder and Raimond Chaves through January 3, 2017.

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  • This ambitious collaboration between South London Gallery and New York’s Guggenheim Museum brings a major survey of modern and contemporary art from Latin America to South London, which also happens to be home to one of the largest Latin American communities in Europe. The 40-plus artists included in Under the Same Sun: Art from Latin America Today span from veteran figures producing radical work in the 1970s to some of the key artists making work today. The works run the whole multi-media gamut: spanning drawing, sculpture, mixed media, painting, performance and video.

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  • This group of artists from across Latin America share an engagement with the landscape, whether urban or rural. More specifically, they are concerned

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Raimond Chaves (b. 1963 Bogotá, Colombia) has recently won the Fundación Botín grant, Spain, and completed residency at Capacete, Río de Janeiro, Brazil. Selected solo exhibitions include /Acirema/, a solo project at ARCO '08 at Mirta Demare Gallery, Madrid (2008); /Mal de América -- Dibujos De Viajes/, with Gilda Mantilla, at gallery ProjecteSD in Barcelona (2007); /Dibujando América - Notas y Apuntes De Un Viaje De 100 Días Entre Caracas y Lima/, with Gilda Mantilla, at the Cultural Center of Spain in Lima, Peru (2007), Patio Herreriano Museum in Valladolid (2006), and Casa de America in Madrid,  Spain (2005).

Selected group exhibitions include /Articulações/, organized by Fundação de Serralves, at Antiga Fábrica da Cerveja in Faro, Portugal (2008); Huarte Centro de Arte Contemporaneo, Spain (2008); Frankfurter Kunstverain, Germany; Galería Leme, Brasil; Museo de Arte de Lima, Perú; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla y Leon, Spain (all in 2007) 27th Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil (2006).

He is represented by Projecte SD in Barcelona and Valenzuela y Klenner in Bogotá. Raimond Chaves lives and works between Lima, Bogotá, and Barcelona.

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