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ARTIST

Sol Calero

Sol Calero (b. 1982 in Caracas, Venezuela) lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

Calero graduated with A Master in Design from Universidad Compultense de Madrid in 2009. Calero’s activation of social space, and celebratory aesthetic within her practice creates critically engaging and challenging, yet festive and celebratory work. Calero is represented by Laura Bartlett Gallery, London.

Solo exhibitions include: Solo exhibition, SALTS, Basel, Switzerland (2015); Salsa, Gillmeier Rech Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2014); Caribbean Style, Cuando Calienta el Sol, Museo Apparente, Naples, Italy (2014); Solo Presentation, Frieze, London, England (2014); Bienvenidos A Nuevo Estilo, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London, England (2014); La Caraqueña, Frutta Gallery, (Hadrian), Rome, Italy (2013); Modern Dowry, Toves, Copenhagen, Denmark (2013); La Perla del Caribe, The Taut And Tame (Lüttgenmeijer), Berlin, Germany (2013); Regalos Ancestrales I, II (with Christopher Kline), TEA, Tenerife, Spain (2012); Field Studies, Altes Finanzamt, Berlin, Germany (2011); Snakebraid performance, El Apartamento, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain (2011); Snakebraid Performance, Center of Contemporary Art of Torun, Poland (2010); Regalos Ancestrales, Mark & Kyoko, Berlin, Germany (2010).

Group exhibitions include: Small Rome, Frutta Gallery, Rome, Italy (2014); Borders, Artuner, Online show (2014); Accordion, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London, England (2014); Women’s Art Society, Mostyn, Wales (2013); The Phylogenesis of Generosity, Prizessinnengarten Outdoor Sculpture Triennial, Berlin, Germany (2013); Von flussigen Stammbaumen im Geroll der Vernetzung: ein Familienporträt, Espace Beaumont, Luxembourg (2013); Item Perspectiva, Krome Gallery, Berlin, Germany (2013); Come, All Ye Faithfull, Florian Christopher, Zurich, Switzerland (2013); Case Report, Nogueras Blanchard, Barcelona, Spain (2012); The Rescue of the Effects, General Public, Berlin, Germany (2012); Feather Throat, Grimmuseum, Berlin, Germany (2010).


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