Arturo, Felipe


The colonial history of rubber, 2011-2012. Concrete plate, graphite, white paint, erasers, coins and a 40 x 72 x 95 cm wood table, . Private collection, Bogotá. Courtesy of the artist.


FELIPE ARTURO (Colombia, 1979)


He graduated as an architect from the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá and obtained a Master’s in Visual Arts from Columbia University in New York. He has undertaken interventions at the Goethe Institute, Bogotá (1999), the Bogotá Botanical Garden (2004), the New York Sculpture Center (2007), the Casa de América in Madrid, Spain (2010), the Amparo Museum in Puebla, Mexico (2010) and Luis Ángel Arango Library in Bogotá (2011). Among his individual expositions are Constructivismo Espontáneo [Spontaneous Constructivism], Galería OMR, Mexico City (2010) and Diez Letras [Ten Letters], Galería La Central, Bogotá (2012). He has participated in collective exhibitions in different parts of the world. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Visual Arts Program of the Jorge Tadeo Lozano University, Bogotá.


Venue: Museo de Antioquia