Born 1974, Bogota, Colombia
Lives and works in Los Angeles, California

 

EDUCATION
2008
MFA, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena

2001
BFA, Universidad De Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia

 

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015
Lifetime Guarantee, Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles

2012
Re-Present, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

2011
Specter, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles

2008
In Bond, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
” / ” (mathematics),” MFA thesis exhibition, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, Califoria

2007
Untitled, Paul Petro Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada

2002
Avenida (calle), Alianza Colombo-Francesa, Bogota, Colombia

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2015
Surface of Color, The Pit, Los Angeles, curated by Paul Pescador

2014
The White Album, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles, curated by Gladys-Katherina Hernando
Two Fold, South of Sunset, Los Angeles, curated by Lia Trinka-Browner

2013
Black Rabbit, White Hole, Samuel Freeman, Los Angeles
Flicker, Control Room, Los Angeles, curated by Jan Tumlir

2012
Good Time Owl City, The Sam Francis Gallery, Crossroads School, Los Angeles, curated by Matteo Tannatt

2011
Banquet of the Black Jackal The Luckman Gallery, Los Angeles, Curated by Adam Miller, (cat.)
On Forgery: Is One Thing Better Than Another?, LAXART, Los Angeles, curated by Andrew Berardini and Lesley Moon

2010
Precious, Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts, Miami, Curated by Annie Wharton
Consuegra/Windergarten Ltd., Actual Size, Los Angeles
Bedtime for Bonzo, M+B, Los Angeles, Curated by Matthew Porter

2009
Round Up, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
Second Nature, The Valentine-Adelson Collection at the Hammer, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles

2008
The Man Whose Shoes Squeaked, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles
Soft Underbelly Recognition, Little Tree Gallery, San Francisco
Gaping Hole Found In Universe, Daniel Hug, Los Angeles
You, Whose Beauty Was Famous in Rome, Mandarin Gallery, Los Angeles

2007
Pilot: 3, Atelier Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Monastery SS. Cosma e Damiano, La Giudecca, Venice. Chelsea College of Arts & Design, London
Where Was I? All About the Edges, Bag of Pockets, The Art of Semi-Autonomy, Curated by Joshua Nathanson, Pauline Gallery, Los Angeles
Ego, Jail Gallery, Los Angeles

2006
Dark Places, Santa Monica Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California

2005
Farsites: Urban Crisis and Domestic Symptoms in recent Contemporary art, , InSite 05, Curated by Adriano Pedrosa, Traveling exhibition,
San Diego Museum of Art, Centro Cultural Tijuana, San Diego, CA and Tijuana, Mexico (cat.)

2004
39th National Art Salon, Museo de Arte Moderno, Bogota, Colombia
Ciudad de Una, Muca Roma, Mexico City
Bogota, Voz en Off, Galeria Santafe, Planetario Distrital, Bogota, Colombia

2003
To Be Political, It Has to Look Nice, Apexart, New York (cat.)
10th Regional Art Salon, Museo de la Universidad Nacional. Bogota, Colombia

2002
11th National Young Art Salon, Galeria Santafe, Bogota, Colombia

2001
El Grupo de los Miercoles, La Panaderia, Mexico City
Heimfahrt, Espacio Alterno, Bogota, Colombia

1999
La Fotografia Como Objeto, 8th National Young Art Salon, Galeria Santafe, Bogota, Colombia
El Traje del Emperador: Arte y Moda, Galeria Santafe, Bogota, Colombia

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY
2015
Ahn, Abe, “Forging Queer Identity with Abstraction,” Hyperallergic, Monday, October 19, 2015

2014
Hernando, Gladys, “Artist Highlight: Eduardo Consuegra”, SFAQ.com

2011
Knight, Christopher, “In mourning for missed Miracles”, The Los Angeles Times, Friday, June 10, D15
Taft, Catherine, ArtForum, September 2011, p120

2008
Grabner, Michelle, “Gaping Hole Found in Universe,” Critic’s Picks, Artforum.com, 03/07/08.
Gray, Emma, “Emma Gray’s 10 top shows in Los Angeles this month” Review of ‘You, Whose Beauty Was Famous in Rome,’ Saatchi-online.com.

2007
Nominated by Jose Ignacio Roca, Pilot:3 Archive Catalogue. Pages 122 – 125.

2006
Roca, Jose Ignacio, “Vitamin Ph.” Phaidon Press. Pages 64, 65.

2005
Tumlir, Jan, “InSite_05, various venues, San Diego and Tijuana,” Review, Artforum, November 2005. Pages 248, 249, 289.
InSite05 Farsites: Sitios Distantes, Urban Crisis and Domestic Symptom in Recent Contemporary Art, San Diego Museum Of Art,Centro Cultural Tijuana, San Diego, CA
and Tijuana, Mexico. Exhibition catalogue. Pages 32, 34, 83, 120.

2003
De la Barra, Pablo Leon, “To be political it has to look nice,” Apexart, New York. Exhibition Catalogue.