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Pablo Gómez Uribe

(b. 1975, Medellín)

Pablo Gómez Uribe is an architect and visual artist with an MFA from Parsons The New School for Design. Before moving to New York in 2008, he studied Fine Arts at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, and Architecture at the Universidad Pontificia Bolivar- iana, where he was Associate Professor of Architecture between 2007 and 2009. Part of the school of artists heralded by the late Alberto Sierra, PGU’s most recent solo shows include presentations at Galería De La Oficina and Sala de Arte Suramericana in Colombia. In New York, his work has been included in exhibitions at The Kitchen, Judson Memorial Church, Susan Inglett Gallery, Hunter College/Times Square Gallery and The New School’s Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, among others. In 2014, his work was featured in the Bienal de Cartagena de Indias. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

One Buck of an Unfolded Cubic Space, 2018

1/16 Brass plate and adhesive vinyl

18 x 3.40 x 29 cm


A Tender Draft For A Manifest, 2018
Collage on butterboard
37 x 73 cm

Brown Harris Stevens And Mom Against 970 Kent Ave, 2018
Collage on butterboard
37 x 53 cm

Inverse Architectural Botox/ Restoration’s paradox, 2018
84 digital prints, each individually framed
12 x 8.25 cm

Models of Familys Destiny, 2018

Mod-ject/The Visible Hand, 2018
Motor-driven testers wrapped in weathered butterboard
50.8 x 22.9 x 20.3 cm
20 x 9 x 8 in

Mod-jects (Rocking, Shaking, Orbiting), 2018
Motor-driven testers wrapped in weathered butterboard
29.21 x 31.75 x 31.75s cm
11.5 x 12.5 x 12.5 in