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Beth Krensky is a professor of art education and the Area Head of Art Teaching at the University of Utah. She is an artist, activist and educator. She received her formal art training from the Boston Museum School. She has exhibited widely throughout the United States and internationally. She is a founding member of the international artist collective, the Artnauts. Her work is intended to provoke reflection about what is happening in our world as well as to create a vision of what is possible.

She is also a scholar in the area of youth-created art and social change. She received a master’s degree with a focus on critical pedagogy and art education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a Ph.D. in Education from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She co-founded and spent a decade as Artistic Director for the award-winning youth arts/service/action organization, Project YES (Youth Envisioning Social change). Her co-authored book, Engaging Classrooms and Communities through Art: A Guide to Designing and Implementing Community-Based Art Education, was published by AltaMira Press in 2009.

Statement

Tashlich3“As an academic, I’m known largely for my scholarly works, writings, and also for my work in the field — specifically, going into diverse communities and working with children, making art, promoting dialogue and healing. What’s fueling my classroom, scholarship and social actions, however, is a very personal and highly material-based studio practice: one in which I internalize the outside forces and inner beliefs that guide me, and transform them into objects. Professors are also practitioners; artists are also activists. I make art because I am compelled to: a reason that I’ve always felt was the best motivation for creating new forms.

Change—affecting it personally, and socially—is very important to me. Often, I look to ancient sources as my guide for this, in part because they hearken from a time more comfortable with notions of Transformation. I’ve used wood gleaned from olive groves in Bethlehem to create staffs; I’ve compounded anointing oil based on the exact components (cassia, myrrh, cinnamon) as laid down in the book of Exodus, and offered it up in hand-blown glass dispensers to exhibition visitors—allowing them to anoint themselves as they see fit. I’ve made reliquaries of bronze (a material thought to have powerful “memorializing” qualities), and copper (for its “conduit”-like properties between the spirit and material worlds). Modern inventions like the sewing machine, and familiar office-tools like rolling casters, make their way into my sculptures as well. But at their root, these are forms that embody the sort of ineffable sense of ‘shift’ and internal re-orientation that I seek.

Many of the pieces are small enough to carry on one’s person, and its only in close view that you’ll truly get as sense of their presence: the rust on the metal tip of a staff; the hollow crab shells inside a hand-shaped reliquary; the touch of oil-rubbed wood. The tactile is a Formal response to the notion of the personal; materials are latent with message. Hence, I’ve spent a lot of time researching just what it is they might be trying to tell us; I’ve learned about early Jewish practices previously kept secret, of mysticism and magic—to the point where my studio practice can almost seem to border on the anthropological. That’s an admixture with which I feel comfortable. In many ways I’m a visual archeologist, unearthing fragments of the past, digging up metaphor and parable that I then site into a personal narrative. The only way I can advocate change for Others is to begin with my own practice, put my own self and beliefs on the line. Viewers often respond with intense catharsis to these works, and I welcome that. Through the gentle power of shared emotion, darkness is exposed, and healing is brought to light.”

 

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EDUCATION

 

2002 Ph.D. Educational Foundations, Policy and Practice, The University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; Ph.D. Dissertation: An Act of Hope: Developing Social Responsibility through Issue-Oriented Community-Based Art Education

 

1991 Ed.M. Multicultural Arts Education and Critical Pedagogy, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Cambridge, Massachusetts

 

Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts

 

1988 B.F.A. Sculpture, School of the Museum of Fine Arts/Tufts University, Boston, Massachusetts

 

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2016- present Professor, Art Teaching Area Head, Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

 

2010- 2016 Associate Professor, Art Teaching Area Head, Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

 

2003-2010 Assistant Professor, Art Teaching Area Head, Department of Art and Art History, College of Fine Arts, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah

 

1995-2002 Instructor, INVST Community Studies Program, The University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado

 

 

RECENT AWARDS/HONORS/GRANTS/FELLOWSHIPS

 

2016-2017

  • Presidential Scholar, University of Utah
  • Fellow, Jewish Art Salon, New York City, New York
  • Community-Engaged Learning Microgrant, Lowell Bennion Community Service Center, University of Utah ($1,000)

2015-2016

  • Presidential Scholar, University of Utah
  • Fellow, Jewish Art Salon, New York City, New York

 

2014-2015

  • Presidential Scholar, University of Utah
  • Fellow, Jewish Art Salon, New York City, New York
  • Faculty Fellow, Office of Undergraduate Studies, University of Utah
  • Faculty Fellow, University Research Committee, University of Utah

 

SOLO/TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

 
2016

      Portable Sanctuaries, CCA Christensen Gallery, Granary Art Center, Ephraim, Utah, February-April

 
2013

      On Sin and Redemption: On Line Exhibition (with Andi Arnovitz), Sh’ma: A Journal of Jewish Ideas, August, 2013

 
2011

      Beth Krensky: Portable Sanctuaries, Salt Lake Arts Council Finch Lane Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah, May-June

     

      Beth Krensky: Portable Sanctuary #3, 3///3: Three Walls on Wednesdays, Athens, Greece, March

 
2009

      We Make the Road by Walking (with Sama Alshaibi), La Galería De La Misión De Senecú, Ysleta Independent School District, El Paso, Texas

     

      Motherhood and Revolution (with Sama Alshaibi), California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California

 
2008

      We Make the Road by Walking (with Sama Alshaibi), Dinnerware Artspace, Tucson, Arizona

 
2007

      We Make the Road by Walking (with Sama Alshaibi), Mizel Museum, Denver, Colorado

 
2005

      Beth Krensky: Objects for Ritual and Transformation, Salt Lake Arts Council Finch Lane Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah

 
2001

      Beth Krensky: New Work, Michael Gray Gallery, Longmont, Colorado

 
2000

      Beth Krensky and Melody Morrow Reeves, Granary Gallery, Longmont, Colorado

 
1999

      Would You Rather Fly or Be Invisible?, Arts and Humanities Assembly of Boulder County, Boulder, Colorado

 
1991

      My Sister/Myself, Gutman Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts

 

RECENT GROUP EXHIBITIONS (SELECTED)

 
2017

      3rd Jerusalem Biennale (Curator: Ori Z. Soltes), Jerusalem, Israel, October-November

     

      Far From the Front Lines, Evanston Art Center, Evanston, Illinois, September

     

      Meta Journey

        The Historical Museum, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, February
        Art Gallery Bihac (UMJETNIČKA GALERIJA BIHAĆ), Bihac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, February

     

      Souvenir: A travelling exhibit of work by members of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Guild of Book Workers, in collaboration with Marnie Powers-Torrey

        Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, Jan.-March
        Denver Public Library, Denver, CO, April-June
        University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, July-Sept.

     

      Globalocation

        University of Texas-Austin, Austin, Texas, March-June
        Marriott Library, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan.-March

     

    2016

        Globalocation, RedLine, Denver, Colorado, November-December

       

        Rally ‘Round the Flag of Justice (Curator: Linda Weintraub), RedLine, Denver, Colorado, November-December

       

        Souvenir, in collaboration with Marnie Powers-Torrey, Phoenix Public Library, Oct.-Dec

       

        Social Justice: It Happens to One, It Happens to All, St. Mary’s College Museum of Art, Moraga, California, September-December

       

        Zeitgeist

          Greatmore Studios, Capetown, South Africa, July
          Harare Academy of Inspiration, Khayelitsha, Capetown, South Africa, July

       

        On the Edge of Your Seat: Chairs for the 21st Century, The Center for Art in Wood (Jurors: Nora Atkinson, Lloyd Herman Curator of Craft, Smithsonian American Art Museum; Jasper Brinton, Principal, Brinton Design; Benjamin Colman, Associate Curator of American Art, Detroit Institute of Arts; Susie J. Silbert, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Glass, Corning Museum of Glass), Philadelphia, PA May-July

       

        The Painted Veil (Curator: Jorge Rojas), Rio Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah, May-July

       

        Art & Resistance, Exhibition Gallery, Dar Al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture, Bethlehem, Palestine, May

       

        Soul Drift: Visualizations of a Cultural Phenomenon, Winter Festival Sarajevo, Museum of Natural History Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia/Herzegovena, February

       

        Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, Winter Festival Sarajevo, Museum of Natural History Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia/Herzegovena, February

       

        Visualizing Peace

          Evento Cultural Proyecto Comunidad, Barrio Macatoa, Granada, Colombia, November
          Evento Cultural Proyecto Comunidad, Barrio Sabana, Granada, Colombia, November
          Colegio Artistico Normal Superior, Acacias, Colombia, October
          Evento Cultural Proyecto Comunidad, Barrio la Madrid, Villaviciencio, Colombia
          Biblioteca Sede Barcelona, Universidad de los Llanos, Villaviciencio, Colombia
          Winter Festival Sarajevo, Museum of Natural History Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia/Herzegovena, February

     

    2015

        Biodiversity/Extinction (Curators: Elizabeth Corr, Natural Resources Defense Council; Dr. Paula J. Ehrlich, E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation), New York Hall of Science, New York City, New York, October-February 2016

       

        Visualizing Peace, Galleriji Alu, Academy of Fine Arts, Sarajevo, Bosnia, November

       

        Diaspora of Being, International Center of Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Palestine, August

       

        Re: Visioning the West, University Art Gallery Banner Project, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, May-August

       

        Collective Experience, Rio Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah, March-April

       

        Identity, Place and Memory (Arte Norteamericano: Identidad, Lugar y Memoria), Bogota Arte Contemporaneo Gallery, Bogota, Colombia, March

       

        Identity (Identidad En Circulacion)

          Teatro La Voragine, Sala de Exposiciones, Villavicencio, Meta, Colombia
          Universidad de Los Llanos – Sede San Antonio, Villavicencio, Meta, Colombia
          Escuela Normal Superior de Acacias, Villavicencio, Meta, Colombia
          Escuela Normal Superior de Acacias, Acacias, Meta, Colombia
          Casa de la Cultura, Hall de Exposiciones, Granada, Meta, Colombia
          Parque Central Rafael Reyes, Restrepo, Meta, Colombia
          Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Hall de Exposicions, Leticia, Colombia
          Fundacion AMAZARTE, Leticia, Amazonas, Colombia
          Alcaldia, Sala Exposiciones, Puerto Narino, Amazonas, Colombia
          Gobernacion del Guaviare, Sala Exposiciones – Centro Cultural, San Jose del
          Guaviare, Guaviare, Colombia
          Casa de la Cultura, Yopal, Casanare, Colombia
          Biblioteca Publica, Mitu, Vaupes, Colombia
          Casa de la Cultura, Inirida, Museo Comunitario de Guainia, Puerto Inirida, Guaninia, Colombia
          Casa de la Cultura, Saravena, Vichada, Colombia
          Biblioteca Publica, Tame, Arauca, Colombia
          Casa de la Cultura, sala de Exposiciones, Arauca, Arauca, Colombia

     

    2014

        Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, Galerija Atelje Kunik, Center for Peacebuilding, Sanski Most, Bosnia and Herzogovina, November

       

        Memory Remains, Galeria Aguafuerte, Mexico City, Mexico, October

       

        Religious and Spiritual Art of Utah (Honorable Mention), Springville Museum of Art, Springville, Utah, November-January

       

        Movement and Meaning: The Power of Pilgrimage (Featured Artist), B. F. Larsen Gallery, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, October-November

       

        New Narratives: Recent Work by U of U Art Faculty, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah, October-January

       

        Readymade@100 (Curator: Mark Cameron Boyd, Corcoran College of Art and Design), American University Museum at the Katzen Art Center, Washington, DC, September-October

       

        Art & Poetics

          Mahmoud Darwish Museum, Ramallah, Palestinian Territories, August
          Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts and Culture, Bethlehem, Palestine, August-September

       

        Art as Catalyst, Center for Global Justice, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, July-August

       

        30 Years at Finch Lane: A Retrospective, Finch Lane Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah, June-August

       

        Windows to the Divine, ArtHaus, Denver, Colorado, May-June

       

        Identity

          University of the Andes, Bogota, Colombia
          Thirteen venues in the Colombian Amazon, including:
          Sala de Exposiciones de CORCUNVI / en la Casa de la Cultura, Meta
          Villavicencio Biblioteca Pública / Colegio Publico Agropecuario de Puerto Lopéz, Meta Puerto Lopez
          Biblioteca Pública / Colegio Publico Normal Superior Acacias, Meta Acacias
          Casa de la Cultura / Biblioteca Pública, Meta Granada
          Casa de la Cultura, Biblioteca Pública / Sena, Vaupes Mitú
          Universidad Nacional de Colombia / Area Cultural Banco de la Republica, Amazonas Leticia
          Sala de Exposiciones de la Gobernación, San José del Guaviare
          Alcadía o Biblioteca pública municipal, Arauca
          Colegio Público, Arauca Tame Casa de la Cultura / Biblioteca Pública, Arauca Saravena
          Asociacion plenilunio, Casa de la Cultura, Biblioteca, Casanare Yopal
          Museo Comunitario / Casa de la Cultura, Guainia Puerto Inirida

         

          Only Light, Rio Gallery, Salt Lake City, Utah, January-February

     

    2013

        Home/Land, Dar al-Kalima College, Bethlehem, Palestine, August

       

        Portas Abertas/Open Doors, (Curator: Claudia Giannetti), Fórum Eugénio de Almeida, Évora, Portugal, July 11-Oct 6

       

        A Better World, Eighth International Conference on the Arts in Society, Eotvos Lorand University, Golyavar Conference Center, Budapest, Hungary, June 24-26

       

        A Better Society (Public Billboard at Metro Stops), Budapest, Hungary, June 15-30

          ELTE University: V. district , University square 1-3.
          Citylight:V. district Deák square 9 bus endstation
          V. district Széchenyi square 2 tram station
          V. district Deák square, 47-49 tram endstation
          V. district, Astoria , 9 bus station
          V.district Jászai Mari square, 4-6 tram station
          V. district, Fővám square, 47-49 tram station

       

        Diptych America: Private Spaces/Public Places, Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), Beijing, China, April

       

        Place/Lugar
        This exhibition, which was sponsored by the Colombian Ministry of Culture, will travel to the following venues in Colombian Amazon (along the border with Venezuela and Brazil):

          Biblioteca Publica Muncipal, Taraira, Departamento de Vaupes, Colombia
          April 24-30
          Museo comunitario del Guaini, Puerto Inirida, Departamento de Guainia, Colombia, June 15-30
          Casa de la Cultura, Mitu, Departamento de Vaupes, Colombia, August 30 – September
          Biblioteca Publica Muncipal, Arauca, Departamento de Arauca, Colombia
          October 15 – October 30
          Biblioteca Publica Muncipal, Vichada, Departamento de Santa Rosalia, Colombia
          November 18 – November 29

     

    2012

        The Herb & Dorothy Show, Nox Contemporary, Salt Lake City, Utah, November-

       

        Death Is…, Public Projection

          KGNU Radio Station Façade, Denver, Colorado, November
          Museo de la Autonomia Universitaria, Patio Principal
          Centro Historico, Mexico City, October-November

       

        Mixta, Universidad de los Llanos, Villavicencio, Colombia

       

        Memory Remains, Museo de la Autonomia Universitaria, Mexico City, Mexico, October-November

       

        Amulets, Nazars & Evil Eyes: Artists Looking Forward, Queens College Art Center, Flushing, NY, May-June

       

        Mixed Messages
        This exhibition, which was sponsored by the Colombian Ministry of Culture, traveled to the following 15 towns in Colombia that are located along the Amazon River. In each town and state, the exhibition was taken to other locations of tribal groups along tributaries of the Amazon River located near the towns. These other places do not have names. The art was exhibited in the tribal communal house, which is considered a sacred place to conduct tribal affairs.

          Universidad de los Llanos, Villavicendo, Colombia
          Universidad de los Llanos, San Martin, Meta, Colombia
          Universidad de los Llanos, Cabuyaro, Meta, Colombia
          Parque principal, Villavicencio, Meta, Colombia
          Corcunvi, Villavicencio, Meta, Colombia
          Parque principal, Granada, Meta, Colombia
          Parque Concha Acusstica, San Martin de los Llanos, Meta, Colombia
          Parque principal, Acacias, Meta, Colombia
          Parque principal, Cabuyaro, Meta, Colombia
          Parque principal, Barranca de Upia, Meta, Colombia
          Parque principal, San Jose del Guaviare, Guaviare, Colombia
          Parque principal, Aguazul, Casanare, Colombia
          Parque principal, Tame, Arauca, Colombia
          Taller de Arte, Saravena, Arauca, Colombia
          Piazoleta Alcaldia, Arauca, Arauca, Colombia

       

        The Ecological Imperative, Museo Contemporáneo, Valdivia, Chile, catalogue essay by Suzi Gablik, January-March

       

        ART & DIS(PLACE)MENT, Diyar Consortium, Higher Education and Research Building, Mureir Mountain, Bethlehem, Palestine

       

        The Faculty Show: Recent Work by the U of U Art Faculty, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, January-May

     

    2011

        Memory Remains, Casa de las Ciencias, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos,
        Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico, October-November

       

        Reaction and Healing: The Tenth Anniversary of 9-11, Pennsylvania State University-Lehigh Valley, Center Valley, Pennsylvania, September-October

       

        Ernesto Pujol-Walking Ground, Contemporary Museum Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii, May-August

       

        Mixed Messages

          Galeria De Artes/CAUA, Universidade Federal Do Amazonas,
          Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil
          Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia
          Casa de la Cultura de la Gobernacion, Departamento de Guania, Región Amazonica, Inírida, Guainía
          Biblioteca del Banco de la Republica, Leticia, Colombia

       

        4,000 Year Road Trip: Gathering Sparks, Mizel Museum, Denver, Colorado, permanent exhibition

       

        ART & DIS(PLACE)MENT

          Al Kahf Gallery, International Center of Bethlehem, Bethlehem, Palestine
          Dar al-Kalima College, Bethlehem, Palestine

       

        AZAG/GAZA: Mirroring War, Al Kahf Gallery, Bethlehem, Palestine

       

        Mixta

          La Casa de la Cultura de la Gobernacion, Inirida, Colombia
          Fondo Mixto de Guainia, Departmento de Guaninia, Region Amazonica, Guainia, Colombia (16 Indigenous villages along the Rio Guainia)

       

        Horror, Terror & Death

          The Museum of Edgar Allan Poe, Richmond, Virginia, September
          Galería Antonio Ramírez, Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas, Xochimilco, Mexico City
          Casa de la Cultura Oaxaqueña, Oaxaca, Mexico
          Academia de San Carlos, Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico

     
    2010

        Proof of Purchase, Sams∅n, Boston, Massachusetts

       

        Horror, Terror & Death

          Galeria Tinoco y Palacios, Oaxaca, Mexico
          Goguette Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico

       

        Art, Ecology & the Environment

          Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Amazonia, Leticia, Colombia
          Departamento de Cundinamarca, Bogotá, Colombia
          Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia
          Centro Cultural Santa Teresita, Bogota, Colombia
          Escuela de Artes Academia Guerrero, Bogota, Colombia
          Departamento del Meta, Ciudad Villavicencio, Lugar Universidad del Llano y Corporación Universitaría del Meta
          Departamento del Guaviare, Gobernación del Departamento y Espacios nocturnos, San Jose, Colombia
          Departamento del Valle, Comunidad Indigena Nasa Yuwe, Grupo Etnico Tradicional

       

        Signs, Signifiers and the Signified

          Alcaldía de Funza, Central Cultural de Funza, Cundinamarca, Colombia
          Universidad de Estudios Adminitrativos y de Negocios, Bogota, Colombia
          Universidad Nacional de Bogota, Bogota, Colombia
          Centro Cultural de Santa Teresita, Bogota, Colombia
          University de Llanos, Villavicencio, Colombia
          Universidad de Meta, Villavicencio, Colombia
          Camara de Comercio, Villavicencio, Colombia

       

        Water & the Environment

          Museo de la Universidad de San Carlos, Guatemala City, Guatemala
          LART23TRES Contemporary Art Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico
          SP(L)ACES Gallery, Mexico City, Mexico
          Don Apolinio, San Adrés Cholula, Mexico

       

        Death/La Muerte: Art from the United States

          Galeria ESCOOL, Colonia Roma Norte, Mexico
          Don Apolonio Presenta, Cholula, Puebla, Mexico

       

        Climate Change & the Environment: Art of Portrait and Text

          Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, Colorado
          Museo de la Universidad de San Carlos, Guatemala City, Guatemala
          Garden Gallery, Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

       

    2009

        Orchard Street Shul Project, John Slade Ely House Center for Contemporary Art, New Haven, Connecticut

       

        Ecology & the Environment

          Sala de Escuela Superior de Arte el Paranimfo, University of San Carlos, Guatemala City, Guatemala
          University of Guatemala, Guatemala City, Guatemala

       

        Climate Change & the Environment: Art of Portrait and Text

          Sala de Escuela Superior de Arte el Paranimfo, University of San Carlos, Guatemala City, Guatemala
          Directions Gallery, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
          Museum of Natural History, Boulder, Colorado

       

        Death: Art from the United States, Galeria Tinoco y Palacios, Oaxaca, Mexico

       

        Windows to the Divine, The Madden Museum, Denver, Colorado

       

        Parallel Worlds, ScalaMata Gallery, Venice, Italy

       

        Words for Life, Muriel Sibell Woole Gallery, Boulder, Colorado

       

        Signs of Globalization

          Salón de Exposiciones de la Facultad de Arquitectura, University of San Carlos, Guatemala City, Guatemala
          Sala de Escuela Superior de Arte el Paranimfo, University of San Carlos, Guatemala City, Guatemala

       

        Mixta

          Sala Iquitos, Universidad Nacional del Perú Estado Loreto, Iquitos, Peru
          Sala de Exposiciones Amazonas, Universidad del Estado del Amazonas UEA, Tabatinga, Brazil
          Sala de Exposiciones Orellana, Biblioteca del Banco de la Republica, Leticia, Colombia
          Sala Jania-Iko (Casa de Imágenes en Uitoto), Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Amazonia, Leticia, Colombia

       

        Polifacetica: Etnografia Grafica

          Encuentro de Fotografía de Medellín, Medellin, Colombia
          Sala 2, Galeria Tinoco y Palacios, Oaxaca, Mexico
          French Building Alianza Francesa, Socrates 156 Esquina Homero, Colonia Los Morales, Polanco, Mexico

       

        Art Now, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, Utah

       

        AZAG/GAZA: Mirroring War

          Casa Borda, Taxco, Mexico
          Galeria Zapata, Oaxaca, Mexico

       

        Post Tractatus: Art in Amazonia,
        Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Sede Bogotá, Bogotá, Colombia