Paulina Silva Hauyon

Paulina Silva Hauyon, Santiago de Chile 1980

Period of residence: October – December 2015

Paulina Silva has a degree in Visual Arts at the Universidad Finis Terrae in Santiago de Chile and Master in Art Research and Creation of the Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. She has received the following grant residencies: Fundación Botín (Workshop Losing the north with Julie Mehretu Santander, Spain, 2015) CAPACETE (University of Verao Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2013), AECID (Residence in Red Foundation for Contemporary Art Montevideo. Uruguay, 2009), CC Rojas-UBA (Visual Arts Clinic. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2007), National Endowment for the Arts (Workshop Reading in Art. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2006).

She has had solo exhibitions in: Library of the Complutense University of Madrid (2014), Market Jesus del Gran Poder (Madrid, Spain 2015), Gallery Die Ecke (Santiago de Chile, 2012), Gallery Foster Catena (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2011), Gallery 713 (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2007). She has also participated in group exhibitions in different spaces as Villa Iris Botín Foundation (Santander, Spain, 2015), Gallery Gabriela Mistral (Santiago de Chile, 2014), EAC (Montevideo, Uruguay, 2013), Gallery Luis Adelantado (Valencia, Spain, 2013), Gallery & Natalie George Philippe Vallois (Paris, 2013), Sicart Gallery (Barcelona, Spain, 2011), Centre d’Art Tecla Sala (Barcelona, Spain, 2010), National Endowment for the Arts (Argentina , 2009), Foundation for Contemporary Art (Montevideo, Uruguay, 2009), Mac Bahia Blanca (Bahía Blanca, Argentina, 2008), Castagnino Museum (Mar del Plata, Argentina, 2006), Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes (Santiago de Chile, 2001), Marta Traba Gallery (San Pablo, Brazil, 2001) among others.

She has won the following awards: International Painting Guasch Coranty (Barcelona, Spain, 2010) Foundation Prize VI Hall University Finis Terrae (Santiago de Chile, 2005), Philips Art Expression Award for Young Talents of Chile (Santiago de Chile, 2001), Second Prize Philips Art Expression for Young Talents of Latin America (Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2001).

Paulina Silva

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