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List of Artists and Colectives

X Central American Biennial in San José and Limón, Costa Rica

Marcos Agudelo
* 1978 Nicaragua. Lives in Managua, Nicaragua

Pável Aguilar
* 1989 Honduras. Lives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Andrea Aragón
* 1970 Guatemala. Lives in Guatemala

Aparicio Arthola
* 1951 Nicaragua. Lives in Nicaragua

Moisés Barrios
* 1946 Guatemala. Lives in Guatemala

Patricia Belli
* 1964 Managua. Lives in Managua, Nicaragua

Francesco Bracci
* 1976 Costa Rica. Lives in San José, Costa Rica

José Braithwaite
Panamá. Lives in Panamá

Victoria Cabezas
* 1950 USA. Lives in Tres Ríos, Costa Rica

Javier Calvo
* 1981 Costa Rica. Lives in Cartago, Costa Rica

José Castrellón & Raphael Salazar
Panamá; cooperate since 2015
José Castrellón: * 1980 Panamá
Raphael Salazar: * 1982 Panamá

Catapulta. Multidisciplinary cultural plataform
El Salvador; cooperate since 2011
Rodrigo Dada: * 1987 Costa Rica
Alexia Miranda: * 1975 San Salvador

Alfredo Ceibal
* 1954 Guatemala. Lives in Guatemala City

Benvenuto Chavajay
* 1978 Guatemala. Lives in Guatemala

María Raquel Cochez
* 1978 Panamá. Lives in Chame, Panamá

Colectivo Con Voz Propia
(Jovita Tzul, Miriam Batz, Romeo Tiu, Aura Marina Chojlàn, Irma Gutierrez, Geobany Cux, Gladys Tzul)
Live in Totonicapán, Guatemala

Donna Conlon & Jonathan Harker
Panamá, cooperate since 2006
Donna Colon: * 1966 USA
Jonathan Harker: * 1975 Ecuador

Alejandro De La Guerra
* 1986 Nicaragua. Lives in La Concha, Nicaragua

Lourdes De La Riva
* 1955 Guatemala. Lives in Guatemala

Oswaldo De León Kantule “Achu”
* 1964 Panamá. Lives in London, Ontario, Canada; Panamá City and Islas de Guna Yala, Panamá

Oscar Figueroa
* 1986 Costa Rica. Lives in Heredia, Costa Rica

Celsa Flores
* 1952 Honduras. Lives in Honduras

Andrea Fonseca
* 1989 Honduras. Lives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Regina José Galindo
* 1974 Guatemala. Lives in Antigua, Guatemala

Leonardo Gonzalez
* 1982 Honduras. Lives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Claudia Gordillo
* 1954 Nicaragua. Lives in Managua, Nicaragua

Roberto Guerrero
* 1978 Costa Rica. Lives in San José, Costa Rica

Antonio José Guzman
* 1971 Panamá. Lives in Ámsterdam, Panamá City and Dakar, Senegal

Yasmin Hage-Meany
* 1976 Guatemala. Lives in Beirut, Líbano

Anna Handick
* 1985 Germany. Lives in Managua, Nicaragua

Federico Herrero
* 1978 San José. Lives in San José, Costa Rica

Colectivo Jeleton
Gelen Alcántara: * 1975 Murcia, Spain
Jesús Arpal Moya: * 1972 Bilbao, Spain
Live in Murcia and Barcelona; cooperate since 1999

Irene Kopelman
* 1974 Argentina. Lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands

La EFE
Costa Rica, active since 2010
San José, Costa Rica

Alma Leiva
* 1975 Honduras. Lives in Miami, USA

Lucía Madriz
* 1973 Costa Rica. Lives in Ettlingen, Germany

Xenia Mejía
* 1958 Honduras. Lives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Adrian Melis Sosa
* 1985 Cuba. Lives in Barcelona, Spain

Delmer Membreño
* 1980 Honduras. Lives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Priscilla Monge
* 1968 Costa Rica. Lives in San José, Costa Rica

Margarita Montealegre
* 1956 Nicaragua. Lives in Nicaragua

Sandra Monterroso
* 1974 Guatemala. Lives in Guatemala y Viena, Austria

Irvin Morazán
* 1976 El Salvador. Lives in Virginia, USA

Pilar Moreno
* 1966 Spain. Lives in Panamá

Rachelle Mozman
* 1972 USA. Lives in New York, USA

Operación Queer/Cochona
Nicaragua, cooperate since 2013
Camilo Antillón: * 1981
Fredman Barahona: * 1989
Alejandro Belli: * 1961
Jilma Estrada: * 1986
Ana Victoria Portocarrero: * 1981
Guillermo Sáenz: * 1986
In collaboration with: Gabriel Zeth, Damaso Jussette Vargas, viajerosudaka and José Ignacio López y Simone
Live in Managua, Nicaragua

Proyecto Monstruo, 2016
Group of artists and ilustrators: Simón Varela, Gris Andu, Gabriel Granadino, Miguel Membreño, Juan Carlos Lazo Tablas, Oscar Kein, Colectivo ARCA, Ruz, Walterio Iraheta, Vladimir Renderos Castillo, Kevin Baltazar, Oscar Pérez, Alejandra Paz, Federico Umaña ‘Fe de Tlaloc’. Live in San Salvador, El Salvador.

Jhafis Quintero
* 1973 Panamá. Lives in Verona, Italy

Naufus Ramírez Figueroa
* 1978 Guatemala. Lives in Berlín, Germany, and Guatemala

Paul Ramírez Jonas
* 1965 USA. Lives in Brooklyn, USA

Abigail Reyes
* 1984 El Salvador. Lives in La Libertad, El Salvador

Marton Robinson
* 1979 Costa Rica. Lives in San José, Costa Rica

Darvin J. Rodríguez
* 1983 Honduras. Lives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Noel Omar Saavedra
* 1987 Nicaragua. Lives in Jinotepe, Carazo

Christian Salablanca
* 1990 Costa Rica. Lives in Heredia, Costa Rica

Claudia Sevilla
* 1986 Honduras. Lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Sitio/Seña
Andrea Monroy: * 1981 Guatemala
Iris Castillo: * 1962 Panamá
Quique Lee: * 1977 Guatemala
Live in Guatemala City; cooperate since 2014

Fredy Solano - Póker
* 1992 El Salvador. Lives in Vigo, Spain

Ela Spalding
* 1982 Panamá. Lives in Panamá and Berlín, Germany

Albertine Stahl
* 1989 El Salvador. Lives in San José, Costa Rica

The Fire Theory
Melissa Guevara: * 1984 San Salvador
Crack Rodríguez: * 1980 Santa Tecla
Ernesto Bautista: * 1987 Santa Ana
Mauricio Kabistan: * 1980 Managua
Live in El Salvador; cooperate since 2010

Jonathan Torres
* 1978 Costa Rica. Lives in San José, Costa Rica

unity IS Submarine
Minia Biabiany: * 1988 Guadalupe
Jean-François Boclé: * 1971 Martinica
Live in Mexico-City, and París, France; cooperate since 2016

Lía Vallejo
* 1992: Honduras. Lives in Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Project of two collectives, one community in Nicaragua, and an art school. As participant of the X Central American Biennial, only "colectivo Veinti3" will be named.
Colectivo Veinti3
Nicaragua, cooperate since 2010
&
Colectivo Rhizom (Austria, active since 1988)
Communities of Chinandega, Nicaragua
Escuela Experimental de Arte, EAT (Tegucigalpa-Bogotá)

Paulina Velázquez
* 1981 México. Lives in Baltimore, USA

Verónica Vides
* 1970 El Salvador. Lives in Chubut, Argentina

Stephanie Williams
* 1987 Costa Rica. Lives in Heredia, Costa Rica

 

(From press information, August 2016)

X Central American Biennial 2016

San José & Puerto Limón, Costa Rica

30 August - 30 September 2016

General Curator: Tamara Díaz Bringas
Organizer: Empresarios por el Arte

X Central American Biennial

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