Artes Plásticas

Julie Aguirre


Julie Aguirre Biography:


1953 Born in Managua, Nicaragua
1972 Began her artistic career
Works as a researcher of Nicaraguan naïve artists
Helped edit the only current book on Nicaraguan naïve art
Self-taught artist


Solo Exhibitions
1974 French Alliance, Managua, Nicaragua
1975 Texaco Salon, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
1978 French Alliance, Managua, Nicaragua
1979 French Alliance, Managua, Nicaragua
1984 Fernando Gordillo Gallery, ASTC, Managua, Nicaragua
1994 Heldal Gallery, Trondheim, Norway
1999 Lincoln Gallery, Nebraska, USA
1999 University of Kentucky, Department of Art, Kentucky, USA

Group Exhibitions
1978 Biennial of Naives of Central America, Roma
1980 Jade Museum, San Jose, Costa Rica
1984 La Habana Biennial, House of the Americas, Havana, Cuba
1987 Qually Gallery, Mexico City
1989 Barcelona
1989 Gerona, Spain
1990 Stephanic Ann Rupper Gallery, Frostburg State University, Maryland, USA
1993 Josefina Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua
1993 Gallery 91, San Salvador, El Salvador
1994 Codice Gallery of Contemporary Art, Managua, Nicaragua
1994 Embassy of Nicaragua, Washington D.C
1995 Oklahoma City, USA
1995 Josefina Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua
1995 Ixchel Museum, Guatemala City
1996 Mount Art Museum, Taiwan, China
1997 Ixchel Museum, Guatemala City
Ruben Dario National Theatre, Managua, Nicaragua
Rodrigo Penalba Gallery, OEA, Managua, Nicaragua
Ministry of Culture, Managua, Nicaragua
Fernando Gordillo Gallery, ASTC, Managua, Nicaragua
Praxis Gallery, Managua, Nicaragua
Josefina Gallery
Los Pipitos Gallery
Codice Gallery of Contemporary Art, Managua, Nicaragua Nicaraguan Bank Gallery, BANIC, Managua, Nicaragua

Prizes
1980 Asilia Guillen Prize, Annal Contest of Plastic Arts, UNAP, Managua
1985 Mention, International Naïve Art Exhibition, Plovdiv, Bulgaria
1992 Asilia Guillen Prize, Annal Contest of Plastic Arts, UNAP, Managua

Bibliography
“World Encyclopedia of Naïve Art”, Oto Bihalji-Merin, 1984, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
“Pintura Primivista Nicaraguense”, Asocacion de Ayuda Medica a Nicaragua, 2000, Nagoya, Japan


* tomado de GINA - Gallery of International Náive Art
 
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