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Juan Fernando Herrán

Juan Fernando Herrán has a Master degree in Sculpture (1993) from the Chelsea College of Art in London, where he also carried out postgraduate studies in Art Theory from 1993 till 1995. Since 1996 he has been teaching at Universidad de los Andes, and from 2002 till 2004 he was Head of the Art School. He is currently Associate Professor at the same institution. His artwork has oscillated between photography, sculpture and installation.

Main International Exhibitions include:
Artesur, Collective Fictions, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, 2013
Entre siempre y jamás (Between Always and Never), Venice 54th Biennial, Venice, 2011
A Model Kit: Thinking Latin America from the MUSAC Collection (Modelos para armar: pensar Latinoamérica desde la Colección MUSAC), León, 2010
Apertura Colombia (Colombia Opening), Fotofest, Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston, 2008
Sao Paulo Biennial, Brazil, 2004
International Liverpool Biennial, Tate Liverpool, 2002
Versiones del Sur: Eztetyka del sueño (Accounts from the South: Aesthetics of dream), Palacio de Velázquez, Queen Sofia Museum, Madrid, 2001
Da adversidade vivemos, Museé d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 2001
Johannesburg 2nd Biennial, 1997
La Habana 5th Biennial, 1994

Main Solo Exhibitions include:
Spine (Espina Dorsal), NC Arte, Bogotá, 2011
Steps (Escalas), Galería Magda Bellotti, Madrid, 2009
Steps (Escalas), Galería Jenny Vila, Cali, 2008; Burial Ground (Campo Santo), Eafit, Medellín, 2009
Campo Santo, Galería Alcuadrado, Bogotá, 2006
Papaver Somniferum, Galería Valenzuela y Klenner, Bogotá, 2000

Main Publications:
En materia, Ministry of Culture, Bogotá, 2013
Espina Dorsal (Espine), NC Arte, Bogotá, 2011
Campo Santo (Burial Ground), Eafit, Medellín, 2009
Papaver somniferum, Ediciones Uniandes, Bogotá, June 2004
Emplazamientos (Sites), Luis Caballero Award, Bogotá, 2003

Juan Fernando Herrán