2001-02

  • Triptych,2001, Photography, 30" X 120”: a."Masking a Road with Toilet Paper" b."Splitting a Parking Space with Toilet Paper" c."Making a Two Way Street with Toilet Paper"

    Felipe Dulzaides (b. 1965, Havana): A video, installation and performance artist, Dulzaides has participated in experimental theater groups internationally, curated shows and exhibited his work at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Ludwig Foundation in Havana and the Tel Aviv Cinematheque, among other venues. Recent solo exhibitions include Graham Foundation in Chicago, Freedom Tower in Miami, Galería Habana and Sala Díaz in Texas. Dulzaides is a recipient of an Art Council Grant in New York and a Headlands Artist in Residence fellowship. He graduated from the theater program of the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana in 1989 and was a member of the experimental theater group Buendía. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2001. He was awarded the Rome prize in 2010. (Cintas for art, 2001-02)

  • Miriam Gusevich (b. 1953, Havana): An architect and urban designer as well as an educator, Gusevich worked in major public projects in the Chicago Park District, where she was chief urban designer from 1988 to 1996. Among those projects was the master plan for the reconstruction of Chicago's shoreline. Her built projects include the Jane Addams Memorial Garden and sections of Grant Park. Gusevich is the author of a number theoretical essays, including “Architecture and its Discontexts,” “The Text of Exile,” and “The Architecture of Criticism.” She is the winner of a Loeb Fellowship in Advanced Environmental Studies at Harvard. Gusevich is an associate professor in the School of Architecture and Planning at Catholic University. She has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Cornell University. (Cintas in architecture, 2001-2002)

  • Primitivo Suárez (b. 1973, Chicago): Trained both in art and architecture, Suárez is a conceptual artist whose large-scale work has been described as “experimental architecture.” A recent exhibition at a Los Angeles gallery was a mixed-media, three-dimensional flattened paper house that took up 1,200 square feet of gallery floor. He has a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. (Cintas for art, 2001-02)

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