The Magus Performance, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Oceanic Gallery, New York, 2014. Cortesía del artista

Irvin Morazan - Guadalupe Maravilla

  • Datos biográficos

    Nació en 1972 en San Salvador, El Salvador

    Reside en Nueva York, New York, Estados Unidos

  • Guadalupe Maravilla (formally Irvin Morazan) adopted his undocumented father’s fake last name Maravilla to show solidarity during these challenging political times. Guadalupe Maravilla is an Assistant Professor at VCU Sculpture + Extended Media. Maravilla utilizes performance, sculpture, and video to explore fictional and autobiographical rituals that are sparked by current events and his autobiography. Maravilla has performed and presented his work extensively throughout the past few years in venues such as the New Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Bronx Museum, El Museo Del Barrio, Jersey City Museum, Masur Museum of Art, Caribbean Museum (Colombia), MARTE Museum (El Salvador), Mercosur Biennial (Brazil), Central America Biennial X ( Costa Rica), XI Nicaragua Biennial (Nicaragua), Performa 11, Performa 13, Saud Haus (Berlin), Vooruit (Belgium), Fuxe-Box Festival and Exit Art. Residencies include LMCC Workspace, SOMA (Mexico City), and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. His work has been recognized by numerous awards and fellowships including, Creative Capital Grant, Joan Mitchell Emerging Artist Grant, Art Matters Grant, VMFA 2017, VCU Fountainhead Fellowship, Dedalus Foundation Fellowship, Cisneros Foundation Travel Grant, The Robert Mapplethorpe Award for Photography.


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