Karlo Andrei Ibarra

Karlo Andrei Ibarra

San Juan de Puerto Rico | 1982

Karlo Andrei Ibarra graduated from the San Juan School of Visual Arts in 2005. He has participated in the 3rd Bucharest Biennial (2008), in the last two editions of the San Juan Polygraphic Triennial, Latin America and the Caribbean (2009) and (2012), in the 2nd International Biennial of Young Art in Moscow, at the Biennial of the Americas entitled The Nature of Things, held in Denver, both in (2010) and in the Novo Museo Tropical exhibition, at Teorética Fundación in San José, Costa Rica, curated by Pablo León de la Barra. Ibarra has also been awarded the First Prize in the 6th edition of the Digital Art Contest of Central America and the Caribbean, Inquieta Imagen, at the Museum of Art and Design in San José, Costa Rica and with the People Choice Award at the video festival, Optic Nerve, organized by the North Miami Museum of Contemporary Art in 2011.

He has been selected to be part of Phaidon’s new book, entitled Art Cities of the Future: Contemporary Avant Gardes. He has exhibited at Pacific Standard Time, under the title of Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art from the Caribbean Archipelago curated by Tatiana Flores at MOLAA in 2017 and in the Video Art in Latin America exhibition, in Laxart curated by Glen Philips at the Getty Institute . He has exhibited in Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Chile, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Brazil, Canada, Spain, Romania, Norway, Holland, Sweden, the Czech Republic, China, Taiwan, and cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Denver and New York.

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Graduado por la Escuela de Artes Plásticas de San Juan en 2005. Ha participado en la 3era Bienal de Bucharest (2008) en las últimas dos ediciones de la Trienal Poligráfica de San Juan, Latinoamérica y del Caribe (2009) y (2012), en la 2nda Bienal Internacional de Arte Joven de Moscow en la Bienal de las Américas titulada The Nature of Things, celebrada en Denver, ambas en (2010) y en la exhibición Novo Museo Tropical, en Teorética Fundación en San José, Costa Rica, curada por Pablo León de la Barra. Ibarra además ha sido galardonado con el Primer Premio en la 6ta edición del Concurso de Arte Digital de Centro América y el Caribe, Inquieta Imagen, en el Museo de Arte y Diseño de San José, Costa Rica y con el People Choice Award en el Festival de video, Optic Nerve, organizado por el Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de North Miami en el 2011.

Además ha sido seleccionado para formar parte del nuevo libro de la editorial Phaidon, titulado Art Cities of the Future: Contemporary Avant Gardes. Próximamente exhibirá en Pacific Standard Time, bajo el titulo de Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art from the Caribbean Archipielago curado por Tatiana Flores en el MOLAA para el 2017 y en la exhibición Video Arte en Latin America, en Laxart curado por Glen Philips en el Getty Institute. Ha exhibido en Cuba, República Dominicana, México, Panamá, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Chile, Perú, Argentina, Colombia, Brasil, Cánada, España, Rumania, Noruega, Holanda, Suecia, República Checa, China, Taiwan y ciudades como Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Denver y Nueva York.

Karlo Andrei Ibarra