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Elena del Rivero, Mended Flying Letter, 2010-2011

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Nacimiento: 1949 en Valencia, España
Residencia: Reside en Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos
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Premios ganados: Becas Guggenheim 2019
Ferias en las que participa con OBRA : Paper València 2019, ARCOmadrid 2019, ZONAMACO 19
Galerías y otras organizaciones que le representan: Travesia Cuatro
Organizaciones con obra: Baltimore Museum of Art, Colby Museum of Art, Colección Arte Contemporáneo (C.A.C.)
Profesionales con obra: Martha Breedveld Van Mersel, Victorino Rosón
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Descripción del Artista

Reside en Nueva York desde 1991. Elena del Rivero has dedicated her work to study diverse written and visual forms for communicating personal experiences with an emphasis in the epistolary format. Born in Valencia, Spain, she has lived in New York since 1991. Her focus is on painting and works on paper but she has also produced large-scale installations and performances with an interest in printmaking and analog photography. Her projects develop gradually and do not always possess predictable end points. She welcomes improvisation and free associative connections and meanings amass over extended periods of time. One of her ongoing drawing series, “Letter to the Mother,” initially inspired by Franz Kafka’s Letter to his Father, has, since the 1990s, grown in various directions. Del Rivero draws inspiration from what is at hand, historical events that she has witnessed, and the everyday with its multiple symbolical references. She contemplates a utopian idea of mending action that she takes whenever the opportunity arises when the works get damaged, intentionally or not, during the process of making them; in this manner she, metaphorically, sutures their "wounds". The kitchen historically has been the “female grid,” and it is this paradoxical and political place, the symbol par excellence of domesticity that has become her laboratory of ideas. Inspired by these thoughts, she has been since the mid 90's producing another ongoing series of paintings on un-stretched canvas, which resemble enormous dishtowels that bear stains of life from her home-studio, marks that embed histories in the cloth. Her renewing attention to domestic textiles corresponds with her broader concern for anti-monumentalism, which recently has grown more profound. Her aim is that these paintings will be the basis for nylon flags intended for installation in public parks. Transferring and translating the dishtowel from the kitchen into urban landscapes would unlock a rich range of metaphors and perhaps ennoble this often-under-esteemed object. The transposition from the private, domestic realm into public space will ultimately raise questions about the rise and fall of symbols of power. The flags would poignantly push the imaginations of viewers strolling in the parks, who in turn catch the flags with their gaze. Elena del Rivero’s work is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY); Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY); Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, CT); Fogg Art Museum (Cambridge, MA); National Gallery of Art (Washington DC); Baltimore Art Museum (Baltimore, MD); Colby College Museum of Art (Waterville, ME); Pollock Gallery at Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX); Birmingham Museum of Art (Birmingham, AL); Institut Valenciá d’Art Modern (Valencia, Spain) and The Reina Sofía (Madrid, Spain), among others. Major grants and prizes include, Academia Bellas Artes de España in Rome (Prix de Rome 1988), Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant (1991 and 1995), Creative Capital Foundation Grant (2001), The New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship (2001 and 2002), The Rockefeller Foundation Residency at The Bellagio Center, Italy (2005) and the Joan Mitchell Foundation Award (2015). Most recently she was awarded a residency at the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans, LA (2017).


el 11 abr de 2019

Exposiciones en las que ha participado como artista

Elena del Rivero, The Joker (detail), 1990-2018. The image and design of the Joker are property of Naipes Heraclio Fournier S.A. All rights reserved. Image used with permission of the owner — Cortesía de la Galería Travesía Cuatro
Desde 25 ene de 2019

The End of The World

Travesia Cuatro / Madrid, España

01 dic de 2017 - 25 ene de 2018


Travesia Cuatro - Guadalajara / Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

Elena del Rivero
16 abr de 2015 - 23 may de 2015

Letter from Home: a rendez-vous

Josée Bienvenu Gallery / Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos

My friends and other animals
15 sep de 2016 - 05 nov de 2016

My friends and other animals

Travesia Cuatro / Madrid, España

Pilar Albarracín, Coreografías para la salvación I and II, 2011, Color video with sound, Duration: 2\'23\"
03 mar de 2016 - 30 abr de 2016

My Father Avoids the Sirens’ Song

Josée Bienvenu Gallery / Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos

Scenes with Flat Objects
30 ene de 2016 - 15 may de 2016

Scenes with Flat Objects

Travesia Cuatro - Guadalajara / Guadalajara, Jalisco, México

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