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Watchlist Artist: Ronny Quevedo

Carol Jazzar is pleased to present ULAMA, ULE, OLÉ, an exhibition of recent works by Ronny Quevedo that de-construct the spaces in which sports are played. This will be Quevedo’s first solo exhibit at the gallery.

This series of works depicts playing fields and sport arenas devoid of players and fans, in order to consider these specialized spaces as territories, in which actions are limited by precise measurements, guidelines and rules. Quevedo notes: “As a consensual space for play, I consider the movements and actions within these environments as a metaphor for an insistence on survival and constant adaptation.”

(text source: Carol Jazzar Gallery)

More on Ronny Quevedo (b. 1981, Equador)

Ronny Quevedo is currently a Core Fellow at the Glassell School of Art/Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. He has participated in residencies at the Lower East Side Printshop (New York), The Bronx Museum of the Arts and Aljira Contemporary Art Center (Newark). He has exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; Islip Art Museum (New York); El Museo del Barrio; The Bronx River Art Center; Saltworks Gallery (Atlanta); Carol Jazaar Gallery (Miami); and The Bronx Museum of the Arts.

(text source: Carol Jazzar Gallery)

Education: MFA,Yale University School of Art / New Haven, CT. BFA, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art / New York, NY

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(All images: Ronny Quevedo, installation shot - ULAMA, ULE, OLE exhibit; Courtesy of carol jazzar gallery)

Posted by Abhilasha Singh on 6/6/13

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