19.10.2019 – 15.12.2019
Esteban Cabeza de Baca (1985, USA) is an artist whose observational paintings are dream-like impressions of his own lived experience, and are often shaped toward capturing and reimagining lost cultural histories. Cabeza de Baca has completed residencies at The Drawing Center Open Sessions, New York (2018-2020), the Rijksakademie, Amsterdam (2017-2018), LMCC Workspace Program, New York (2015-2016) and the Sharpe-Walentas Studio Program, New York (2014-2015).
Recent solo exhibitions include: “Two Wampum Row”, De Nederlandse Bank (2019); “Worlds without Borders,” Boers-Li Gallery, New York (2019); “Unlearn,” Fons Welters Gallery, Amsterdam (2018) and “Bluer than a sky weeping bones,” Gaa Gallery, Provincetown, USA (2016).
Group exhibitions include i.a.: “What’s Love Got to Do With It?”, The Drawing Center, New York (2019); “The Complexities of Unity,” Yale University, New Haven (2017); “Home/Not Home,” Colorado Convention Center, Denver (2016).
Cabeza de Baca has been awarded the Henk en Victoria de Heus fellowship (2018) and the Koninklijke Prijs voor Vrije Schilderkunst (2018), Paleis op de Dam, Amsterdam.
Cabeza de Baca currently lives and works in Queens, NY.
(Source: Gaa Gallery).
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