Carlos Garaicoa

(1967, Havana), lives and works in Madrid and Havana. Participation in the Sydney biennial 2012, Havana biennial 2012, 2000, 1997 and 1994, the São Paulo biennial 2004 and 2011, the Venice biennial 2009 and 2005 and Documenta11 in 2002. Solo shows among others: The Institute of Contemporary Art, Sofia /Kunstverein Braunschweig, 2012; Irish Museum of Modern Art - IMMA, Dublin, 2010; Museo de Arte Moderno Medellín, 2010.
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Carlos Garaicoa Foto-topografía/ Photo-topography (Cuatro Caminos), 2012 31 1/2 × 39 2/5 × 5 9/10 in 80 × 100 × 15 cm Galleria Continua

Carlos Garaicoa Foto-topografía/ Photo-topography (Cuatro Caminos), 2012 31 1/2 × 39 2/5 × 5 9/10 in 80 × 100 × 15 cm Galleria Continua

Carlos Garaicoa Proyecto Frágil / Project Fragile (XIII), 2012 Barbara Gross

Carlos Garaicoa Proyecto Frágil / Project Fragile (XIII), 2012 Barbara Gross

Línea rota del horizonte es el título de la exposición de artista cubano Carlos Garaicoa (1967) que se inauguró el 3 de mayo y cierra el 19 de Julio en la galería NC-arte en Bogotá.

Línea rota del horizonte es el título de la exposición de artista cubano Carlos Garaicoa (1967) que se inauguró el 3 de mayo y cierra el 19 de Julio en la galería NC-arte en Bogotá.

Santander, en julio Taller de Carlos Garaicoa en Villa Iris

Carlso Garaicoa, a Cuban artist, Below the Surface: Daydreams of Havana, and Other Cities, Too - New York Times

De Appel: Artificial Amsterdam, Carlos Garaicoa.

De Appel: Artificial Amsterdam, Carlos Garaicoa.

#CarlosGaraicoa, premio de adquisición @EFGBank & @Junko Shibuya

#CarlosGaraicoa, premio de adquisición @EFGBank & @Junko Shibuya

Nuevas arquitecturas, o una rara insistencia para entender la noche, 2000 | Carlos Garaicoa

Nuevas arquitecturas, o una rara insistencia para entender la noche, 2000 | Carlos Garaicoa

A detail of Fin de Siglo, 2010, a piece in Carlos Gariacoa’s tapestry project entitled Fin de Silencio. Exhibited previously in Madrid and Venice, this bold work consists of tapestry-carpets that depict the iconic logos and terrazzo pavements in front of department stores in Central Havana — complete with dirt, cracks, and gum stuck to the surface. Garaicoa has altered the texts to convey a distinctly political message. More on the project here.

A detail of Fin de Siglo, 2010, a piece in Carlos Gariacoa’s tapestry project entitled Fin de Silencio. Exhibited previously in Madrid and Venice, this bold work consists of tapestry-carpets that depict the iconic logos and terrazzo pavements in front of department stores in Central Havana — complete with dirt, cracks, and gum stuck to the surface. Garaicoa has altered the texts to convey a distinctly political message. More on the project here.

Metáforas para reconstruir Carlos Garaicoa es el artista cubano del momento y uno de los latinoamericanos más reconocidos en el mundo del arte.

Metáforas para reconstruir Carlos Garaicoa es el artista cubano del momento y uno de los latinoamericanos más reconocidos en el mundo del arte.

El brasileño Paulo Nazareth, criado en una favela, utiliza su propio cuerpo para obras y denuncias callejeras

Un artista que lanza gritos desde las tripas

El brasileño Paulo Nazareth, criado en una favela, utiliza su propio cuerpo para obras y denuncias callejeras

Lehman College Art Institute: Cuban America: An Empire State of Mind, Alexandre Arrechea, Tania Bruguera, Los Carpinteros, Carlos Garaicoa, Andrés Serrano, Allora and Calzadilla

Lehman College Art Institute: Cuban America: An Empire State of Mind, Alexandre Arrechea, Tania Bruguera, Los Carpinteros, Carlos Garaicoa, Andrés Serrano, Allora and Calzadilla

La visión lorquiana de la muerte guía la muestra del Musac en Japón El día 14 se inaugura la exposición ‘Lo real maravilloso’ en el MOT de Tokio.

La visión lorquiana de la muerte guía la muestra del Musac en Japón El día 14 se inaugura la exposición ‘Lo real maravilloso’ en el MOT de Tokio.

ABMB 2013 Galería Elba Benítez

ABMB 2013 Galería Elba Benítez

Acerca de la caja del reloj y del tiempo que se ha ido, 1995-2000  5 cibachrome prints  each image 18 7/8 x 18 7/8 in. (47.9 x 47.9 cm.); each sheet 24 x 20 in. (61 x 50.8 cm.)  (i, iii, iv, v) Signed, numbered and dated "2/5 C. Garaicoa 95-00" on the reverse. Each print is number 2 from an edition of 5; (ii) Signed, numbered and dated "3/5 C. Garaicoa 95-00" on the reverse. This print is number 3 from an edition of 5.

Acerca de la caja del reloj y del tiempo que se ha ido, 1995-2000 5 cibachrome prints each image 18 7/8 x 18 7/8 in. (47.9 x 47.9 cm.); each sheet 24 x 20 in. (61 x 50.8 cm.) (i, iii, iv, v) Signed, numbered and dated "2/5 C. Garaicoa 95-00" on the reverse. Each print is number 2 from an edition of 5; (ii) Signed, numbered and dated "3/5 C. Garaicoa 95-00" on the reverse. This print is number 3 from an edition of 5.

Carlos Garaicoa (Cuban, b.1967)  a) Dos cabezas (Grafitti con niño)  Color photograph on Duraflex paper  60 x50 cm  Executed 1996-1997  Artist proof one from an edition of five plus three artit proofs  b) Abraham Lincoln y San Juan Bosco, o los mapas del deseo  signed and dated 'C. Garaicoa, 1996' lower right  Color photograph on Duraflex paper  60 x50 cm  Executed 1996  Artist proof one from an edition of ten plus two artit proofs

Carlos Garaicoa (Cuban, b.1967) a) Dos cabezas (Grafitti con niño) Color photograph on Duraflex paper 60 x50 cm Executed 1996-1997 Artist proof one from an edition of five plus three artit proofs b) Abraham Lincoln y San Juan Bosco, o los mapas del deseo signed and dated 'C. Garaicoa, 1996' lower right Color photograph on Duraflex paper 60 x50 cm Executed 1996 Artist proof one from an edition of ten plus two artit proofs

A detail of Fin de Siglo, 2010, a piece in Carlos Gariacoa’s tapestry project entitled Fin de Silencio. Exhibited previously in Madrid and Venice, this bold work consists of tapestry-carpets that depict the iconic logos and terrazzo pavements in front of department stores in Central Havana — complete with dirt, cracks, and gum stuck to the surface. Garaicoa has altered the texts to convey a distinctly political message. More on the project here.

A detail of Fin de Siglo, 2010, a piece in Carlos Gariacoa’s tapestry project entitled Fin de Silencio. Exhibited previously in Madrid and Venice, this bold work consists of tapestry-carpets that depict the iconic logos and terrazzo pavements in front of department stores in Central Havana — complete with dirt, cracks, and gum stuck to the surface. Garaicoa has altered the texts to convey a distinctly political message. More on the project here.

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