Pablo Gómez Uribe

COL (1975). Lives and works in New York

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After graduating as an architect from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana in Medellin (2000), Gómez Uribe studied visual arts at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, also in Medellin (2008). He then moved to New York to receive his masters from Parsons The New School for Design (2012). Gomez Uribe received a scholarship at Parsons (2010), a Colfuturo scholarship in Bogota, and was selected by the Architecture Biennial in Bogota (2008). His work is linked to the social and political conflicts that materialize directly or indirectly in urban settings. Gómez Uribe has participated in projects including No Name Memorial, Urban Intervention in Medellin (2007), performances such as Walking Tour: Silence in the Post Card City in New York (2011), as a part of Elements of Composition (As Above, So Below), a Bik van der Pol project for Living As Form, organized by Creative Time. He lives and works in New York.

He has had solo shows including Todos Somos Mágicos (We are all magical) at the Galería de la Oficina in Medellín (2009) and (T)Here at the Sala de Arte Suramericana, also in Medellín (2013).

Gomez Uribe has taken part in group shows in the United States, Greece, and Colombia. Among these are exhibitions at the Olivier Debré Gallery, at the French Alliance in Medellin (2007 and 2008), Grafía, at the Galería Abierta in Medellin (2008), Académica 08, at the Modern Art Museum in Medellin (2008), Group Therapy, at the 25 East Gallery in New York (2010), Pretty Vacant, at Artist Space in New York (2011), 2084 at the Cameo Gallery in New York (2011), AAO Project. Ethics and Aesthetics, at the Benaky Museum in Athens (2011), Over Sensitive, at the 25 East Gallery in New York (2012), Gloria/Dinero (Glory/money), at the Galeria de la Oficina in Medellin (2013).