Gerardo Pulido

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Gerardo Pulido (b. 1975, Santiago de Chile) lives and works in Santiago, Chile. Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) PhD in Artistic Education, University of Seville, Spain, 2005.
Post-graduate and Bachelor Degree in Visual Arts, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile; in 2002 and 1999, respectively. He did an artist residency at the Victorian College of the Arts (Australia, 2009) and also participated in the RIAA (the International Residency for Artists in Argentina, Argentina, 2008).

He began to work in 1998 and has had exhibitions in Bogota, Buenos Aires, Lima, London, New York, Melbourne, Porto Alegre, Santiago (Chile), Tours, Valdivia, Valparaiso and Washington D.C., including Nudos y Venas (Knots and Veins), Patricia Ready Gallery, Chile, 2013; Traveling Light: Five Artists from Chile, Art Museum of the Americas, USA, 2011; Tectonic Shift: Contemporary Art from Chile from the Juan Yarur Collection, Saatchi Gallery-Philips de Pury, England, 2011; Flujo. Obras de Gerardo Pulido y Tomás Rivas (Flow. Work by Gerardo Pulido and Tomás Rivas), Museum of Visual Arts (MAVI), Chile, 2009; Sur Scène, Castillo de Tours, France, 2007; Políticas de la Diferencia: Arte Iberoamericano de Fin de Siglo (Politics of Difference: Ibero-American Art at the Turn of the Century), Museum of Latin-American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), Argentina, 2001.

He has received several acknowledgements, such as: Chilean representative at the 1er Concurso Arcos Dorados de Pintura Latinoamericana (1st Golden Arches Latin-American Painting Contest), Argentina-Colombia, 2010; The AMA Scholarship, Chile, 2008; the National Funding for the Arts Granted by the National Council of Culture and Arts, Chile, 2006 (as co-author in 2009 and 2011), the MAE and AECI Grant, Spain, 2005-2003; on three occasions he receives the award for most accomplished professor (2012 y 2011, Diego Portales University; 2008, The Universidad del Desarrollo), Chile.

Since 2006 he has been a professor for the Bachelor Degree in Visual Arts at the Pontifical Catholic University and the Diego Portales University, Chile.

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