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CB_Alliga_installation view_Sfer ik museum unglazed_ceramics_variable sizes_Sfer ik Tulum_2019Cecilia Bengolea

Born 1979 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Lives and works in residence Luma Parc des Ateliers, France.

Website: https://ceciliabengolea.org

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CECILIA BENGOLEA [solo-exhibition] at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, November 12 – December 19, 2020

Liquid Guru Cecilia Bengolea at Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm November 12 – December 19, 2020 Andréhn-Schiptjenko is proud to present Cecilia Bengolea’s first solo exhibition in Scandinavia. The opening takes place on November 12, 2 – 8 pm in the presence of the artist. Bengolea, born 1979 in Argentina, is a multidisciplinary artist using dance as a tool (Read more…)

Cecilia Bengolea – MIRE Project, Shampel station, Lehmann Express Stations, Geneva, 2020- 2021

Cecilia Bengolea, video installation Triptyk (2020), MIRE Project, Shampel station, Lehmann express, Geneva. Cecilia Bengolea’s TRIPTYK (2020) is now as part of the MIRE project in Geneva. With the video-installation TRIPTYK, Cecilia Bengolea proposes a multiple work: she shares her research on dancehall culture in the particular context of the Jamaican community and juxtaposes the images (Read more…)

CECILIA BENGOLEA at The 13th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea, February 26 – May 9 2021

Minds Rising, Spirits Tuning Cecilia Bengolea at the 13th Gwangju Biennale, Gwangju, Korea February 26 – May 9 2021 It has been said that we are experiencing an intelligence explosion that is broadly understood as the emergence of superintelligence. And yet, questions abound: where precisely can organic intelligence be found? To what extent can it be pursued in (Read more…)

CECILIA BENGOLEA [group-exhibition] at Tank Shanghai, 16 July, 2020 – 31 January, 2021

More, More, More Cecilia Bengolea at TANK Shanghai, Shanghai, China 16 July, 2020 – 31 January, 2021 Tank Shanghai presents More, More, More, a major international group exhibition of contemporary art that works against theoretical traditions that fuse knowledge with sight, opening the field of artistic experience to a diversity of phenomena.