Catalina Jaramillo

Vid, 2017

Watercolor and pencil on paper, framed
Unique piece
40.5 x 29.5 cm

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About Catalina Jaramillo (Medellín, Colombia, 1981) View artist profile >>

The work of this Colombian revolves around contemplation, and with her subtle and poetic drawings creates visual narratives and directs them in different ways to establish bridges between fiction and autobiography. Her work is marked by a process of experimentation with the word, which functions as a trigger in her work, creating symbolic universes with tools such as drawing, graphic reproduction, artist books or video and installations that are transformed into narrative exercises loaded with irony. She has a degree in Plastic Arts from the National University of Colombia, and made an academic exchange at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, as well as a diploma in Editorial Studies from the Caro y Cuervo Institute.


She has received several awards and job boards, among them the first prize in the Cano Salon (2007); production exchange of the Ministry of Culture of Colombia (2011); second place in the Young Art Contest, Embassy of Spain - Colsanitas (2014); production bag of the Ministry of Culture of Colombia (2015) and an honorable mention in the New Talents in Art Award, Medellín Chamber of Commerce (2019). She has also completed artistic residencies in institutions such as El Ranchito, Matadero Madrid (2015), the Flora School Scholarship, Flora ars + natura, Bogotá (2016) Pivô Research Program, São Paulo (2017), Barda del Desierto Artistic Residence, Cordero (2018 ) and the FAAP Artistic Residence, São Paulo (2018). She has exhibited individually at the Senda Gallery, Jenny Vilà Gallery, Odeón Space and Sextante Gallery. She has participated in collective exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art in Medellín, Casa de América, MAMU, AÚN, 44 National Hall of Artists and Mana Wynwood, among others. Her work is part of recognized collections such as the Bank of the Republic (Bogotá), Museo de Antioquia (Medellín), JPMorgan Chase Art Collection (Bogotá), AMA Foundation (Chile).

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