Luis González Palma (Guatemala, 1957) lives and works in Córdoba, Argentina. Some of his personal exhibits include: The Art Institute of Chicago (USA); The Lannan Foundation, Santa Fe, (USA); The Australian Centre for Photography, Australia; Palacio de Bellas Artes de México; The Royal Festival Hall en Londres; Palazzo Ducale di Genova, Italia; Museos MACRO y Castagnino de Rosario, Argentina; Fundación Telefónica en Madrid, Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago de Compostela, España; and photography fairs such as Photofest in Houston, Bratislava in Slovakia, Les Rencontres de Arles in France, Singapur, Bogotá; Sao Paulo and Caracas among others.
He has participated in collective shows such as the 49th and 51st Venice Biennial, Fotobienal de Vigo, XXIII Bienal de Sao Paulo, Brazil, V Bienal de la Habana; The Ludwig Forum for International Kunst in Aachen, Germany; The Taipei Art Museum in Korea, Museo de Bellas Artes de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Fundación Daros in Zurich, Switzerland; Palacio del Conde Duque in Madrid, Spain and the Fargfabriken in Stockholm, Sweden.
His work is included in several public and private collections, including The Art Institute of Chicago, The Daros Fundation en Zurich, Switzerland, La Maison European de la Photographie in Paris, The Houston Museum of fine Arts in USA, Fundation pour l’Art Contermporain in Paris, France; la Fondazione Volume! in Rome, Italy; La Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango in Bogota, Colombia; The Fogg Museum in Harvard University, The Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, USA; and Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, Japan.
He was awarded the top prize Photo España “Baume et Mercier” in 1999 and collaborated with the scenography of the operatic production “The Death and the Maiden” in Malmö’s opera in Seden, 2008. There are three publications on his work: “Poems of Sorrow” from Arena Ediciones, “El silencio de la Mirada” from Ediciones Pelliti in Rome, and “Luis González Palma” from Ediciones La Fábrica, Spain.
The exhibit will run from Friday, October 14 through January 21, 2017, with an opening reception on Saturday, October 22, 2016. Visiting hours open to the public Tuesday to Friday from 11am to 6pm and Saturdays from 12 noon to 5pm.
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