Guillermo Ueno’s Curriculum

Solo Exhibitions

2009

  • Intervención fotográfica en el Edificio Del Plata, [Photographic intervention on the Del Plata Building], Fundación Banco Ciudad, Curators: Eva Grinstein and Inés Katzstein. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • Distraídos venceremos, Galería Ernesto Catena Fotografía Contemporánea [Ernesto Catena Gallery, Contemporary Photography]. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2005

  • Belleza y Felicidad, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2002

  • Belleza y felicidad, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Group Exhibitions

2012

  • Big Sur. ArteBa ’12. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

2011

  • Retrospectiva. Cobra. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • ArteBa ’11. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Arteamericas 2011. West encounters East Pavilion. Miami, USA.

2010

  • Para los ciegos los papagayos parecen personas. [The parrots seem like people to the blind].

  • Photographs together with Ignacio Parodi. Cobra libros.

  • TL Gallery, OEA, Washington, USA. Organized by the Visual Arts National Secretariat.

  • Shanghai in Art, China. Sh Contemporary 10. Latin American Pavilion. Shanghai, China.

  • International Photography Fair, Lima, Peru. Lima Photo 2010.

2009

  • ¿Si París, qu’ est-ce que das a luz ? Photographs, drawings and ceramics together with Lola Goldstein. Canasta. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Las cosas no tienen paz, [Things have no peace], photographs together with Claudio Caldini, Nacho Iasparra, Paulo Fast. Formosa, Argentine.

2008

  • Río, médanos, proyecto de viAjo y Ecovila Terra Una (Brazil), FUNCEB.

  • ESOPE RESTE ICI ET SE REPOSE Anders Edstrom, Cedrick Eymenier, Chikashi Suzuki, Guillermo Ueno. Gallerie Vasistas, Montpellier, France.

  • “Viajo”, “Un vagón hermoso”, workshops projects and exhibits at Médanos and Mayor Buratovich. Fondo Nacional de las Artes. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Videos and super 8 Exhibition together with Claudio Caldini, Sergio Subero, Pablo Marín.

2007

  • Ouro Sentimental, [ Sentimental Gold], Contemporary Art Museum, Niteroi, Río de Janeiro, Brazil.

  • Photographs in Tosto, by Iasparra, Fast, Ueno.

  • Work purchased by MACRO, Contemporary Art Museum, Rosario, Argentine.

2006

  • i-Dentity, iD- magazine video exhibition.

  • The Chelsea Art Museum, Nueva York, USA.

  • Spiral Garden, Tokyo, Japan.

  • Long March Space, Beijing, China.

  • Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, China.

  • Civilización y barbarie, [Civilization and barbarism], MACRO, Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentine.

2005

  • Civilización y Barbarie (Contemporary Argentinians), travelling exhibition. Museo Nacional deArte Contemporáneo [National Museum of Contemporary Art], Santiago de Chile, Chile / Museo Sofía Imber, Caracas , Venezuela.

  • Country, Belleza y Felicidad. Argentine Consulate in New York, USA .

  • Country, Hogar Collection, Nueva York, USA.

  • La dispersión [Dispersion], Tevez, Iasparra, Ostera, Ueno, Fondo Nacional de las Artes. BuenosAires, Argentina.

2004

  • Civilización y Barbarie (Contemporary Argentinians), Museo de Arte Moderno Carlos Meridá, City of Guatemala, Guatemala / Espacio Centro Cultural Renato Russo, Brasilia, Brazil. The work was acquired by MALBA and MAMBA Museums, Buenos Aires. Argentine.

2003

  • Lola Goldstein, Forcadell, Baiguera, Gato, Mariani, Ueno. Médanos Cultural Centre, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Burzaco, videos. MAMBA, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2002

  • Subjetiva [Subjective], Belleza y Felicidad, Buenos Aires. Argentine.

  • Tse tse, (videos together with Atlántico – Pacífico), MALBA, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Contemporáneos 2 Doma. Mumi. Ueno. MALBA. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

2001

  • “Master Box III, Printed Matter, Nueva York, USA.

2000

  • Goldenstein, Acuña, Balbuena, Ueno, Forcadell, Pop hotel, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

1999

  • Parsimonia [Calm]. Ruth Benzacar Gallery. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

1998-92

  • Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Centro Cultural Recoleta. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Espacio Giesso. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Basements, houses. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Escuela de Avellaneda. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Alianza Francesa. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Palais de Glace. Buenos Aires, Argentine.

Publications

  • Purple Journal, Paris, France.

  • Purple Magazine, Paris, France.

  • Les Cahiers Purple, Paris, France.

  • Contribution to i-D Magazine, London, England.

  • Sede, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Tokonoma, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Vestite y andate, Buenos aires, Argentine.

  • Aguanegra, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Lápiz japonés, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • From 2001 to 2006 he published Hawaii, an edition on photography, music, video, drawing, embroidery and poetry.

  • Since 2007 he publishes Otso, an edition on photography, music, video, drawing, embroidery and poetry.

Awards and Scolarships

1989-1990

  • Kenpi Ryugakusei Scholarship from the Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

2009

  • Grant from Fondo Nacional de las Artes to develop the following Project: Viajo. Un vagón hermoso, at Médanos and Buratovich, two small towns located at the south of Buenos Aires, Argentine.

Public Collections

  • Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentine.

Teaching Activity

From 1999 to 2010

  • He chaired a workshop on photo editing at the Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas, University of Buenos Aires, Argentine.

  • Private workshops in the city of Buenos Aires and other cities of the country, such as: Médanos, Bahía Blanca, Lincoln, Mendoza.

2007

  • Editing workshops, together with Lola Goldstein, MAC Niteroi, Río de Janeiro, Brazil.

From 2012 to the present

  • Artists Programme with Andrés Di Tella, Francisco Liernur and Inés Katzenstein. Di TellaUniversity, Buenos Aires, Argentine.

Independent Activity

From 2003 to the present

  • He is part of viAjo, together with Fernando Mariani, Lola Goldstein, Juan Cruz Iglesias, Francisco Drisaldi and Patricia Novo.

From 2008 to 2010

  • He makes up Canasta, a small gallery meant for even smaller projects, and since 2009 he changes its name to Formosa, although not changing the smallness of the place or that of his projects.

Curatorial Practice

2012

  • Demolición, en pos de un lenguaje fotográfico ¿argentino?. Alberto Goldenstein, Ataulfo Pérez Aznar, Marcos López.

Films

2011

  • Alter Sapukai. Damo Suzuki en Argentina. Camera and co-direction. Film direction: Sergio Subero and Guillermo Ueno.

2009

  • Hachazos”, camera and photography. Film direction: Andrés Di Tella.

Training

1992 – 1995

  • He attended a course taught by Prof. Esteban Marco.

1990 – 1992

  • Escuela de Arte Fotográfico de Avellaneda [School of Photographic Arts, Avenalleda]