BIO 

Deborah Castillo, artista multidisciplinaria residenciada en Brooklyn, NYC. Obtiene su licenciatura en Artes Plasticas en la Escuela de Bellas Artes Armando Reverón Caracas, Venezuela.  

Ha recibido numerosos premios y residencias internacionales incluyendo NYFA Inmigrant 

Artist Mentoring Program, (2015), NYC, The Banff Center, (2015) Canadá, Atlantic Center for the Arts(2014), Florida, USA,  London Print Studio, (2007) Londres, Reino Unido, así como "Premio Armando Reveron"; AVAP en la categoría "Jóvenes Artistas" (2013), "XI Salón Eugenio Mendoza", Sala Mendoza, (2003); VI Salón CANTV, Premios Jóvenes con FIA ", (2003) Caracas, Venezuela.   Su trabajo ha sido exhibido en El Museum of Arts and Design, NYC. New Museum, NYC. Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City. Museo Carrillo Gil, Mexico City.  Escuela de Bellas Artes de La Paz, Bienal de Bolivia SIART, Bolivia. Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France.The Broad Museum, Los Angeles,USA. Hemispheric Institute, NY, USA. Smack Mellon, NY, USA. Bibliowicz Gallery, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA. ICA,London, UK entre otras.

 

BIO

Deborah Castillo is a Venezuela-born, Brooklyn based multidisciplinary artist. She holds an MFA and BFA from Armando Reverón Higher Education School of Fine Arts Caracas, Venezuela.

Deborah has been granted numerous awards and residencies including NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, (2015), NYC, The Banff  Center. Artist in Residence  Program in Visual Arts (2015) Canada, Atlantic Center for the Arts (2014), Florida and London Print Studio, (2007) UK as well as “Premio Armando Reveron”; AVAP in the “Young Artist Category” (2013), “XI Salón Eugenio Mendoza” Award, Sala Mendoza, (2003); VI Salón CANTV, Jóvenes con FIA” Award, (2003) Caracas, Venezuela and more.

Her work has been exhibited at Museum of Arts and Design, NYC. New Museum, NYC,USA. Rufino Tamayo Museum, Mexico city, MX. Carrillo Gil  Museum, Mexico city,  MX.Escuela de Bellas Artes, Bolivian Biennial SIART, Bolivia. UCLA, Los Angeles, USA. ICA, London, UK. Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France.The Broad Museum, Los Angeles, USA. Smack Mellon, NYC, USA. Hemispheric Institute, NYC, USA,  among  others

Deborah Castillo is a Venezuela-born, Brooklyn based multidisciplinary artist. She holds an MFA and BFA from Armando Reverón Higher Education School of Fine Arts Caracas, Venezuela.

Deborah has been granted numerous awards and residencies including NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, (2015), NYC, The Banff  Center. Artist in Residence  Program in Visual Arts (2015) Canada, Atlantic Center for the Arts (2014), Florida and London Print Studio, (2007) UK as well as “Premio Armando Reveron”; AVAP in the “Young Artist Category” (2013), “XI Salón Eugenio Mendoza” Award, Sala Mendoza, (2003); VI Salón CANTV, Jóvenes con FIA” Award, (2003) Caracas, Venezuela and more.

Her work has been exhibited at Museum of Arts and Design, NYC. New Museum, NYC,USA. Rufino Tamayo Museum, Mexico city, MX. Carrillo Gil  Museum, Mexico city,  MX.Escuela de Bellas Artes, Bolivian Biennial SIART, Bolivia. UCLA, Los Angeles, USA. ICA, London, UK. Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France.The Broad Museum, Los Angeles, USA. Smack Mellon, NYC, USA. Hemispheric Institute, NYC, USA,  among  others

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zuela.   Su trabajo ha sido exhibido en El Museum of Arts and Design, NYC. New Museum, NYC. Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City.  Escuela de Bellas Artes de La Paz, Bienal de Bolivia SIART, Bolivia. Caja Sol, Sevilla,España.  UCLA, Los Angeles,USA. Mandragoras Arts Space, NY. Bibliowicz Gallery, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, USA. ICA,London, UK entre otras. 

 

 

Bio 

 

Deborah Castillo is a Venezuela-born, New York based multidisciplinary artist. She holds an MFA and BFA from 

Armando Reverón Higher Education School of Fine Arts Caracas, Venezuela.

Deborah has been granted numerous awards and residencies including NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program, (2015), NYC, The Banff  Center. Artist in Residence  Program in Visual Arts (2015) Canada, Atlantic Center for the Arts (2014), Florida and London Print Studio, (2007) UK as well as “Premio Armando Reveron”; AVAP in the “Young Artist Category” (2013), “XI Salón Eugenio Mendoza” Award, Sala Mendoza, (2003); VI Salón CANTV, Jóvenes con FIA” Award, (2003) Caracas, Venezuela and more.

 Her work has been exhibited at Museum of Arts and Design, NYC, New Museum, NYC, Rufino Tamayo Museum, Mexico city,  Escuela de Bellas Artes, Bolivian Biennial SIART, Bolivia, Caja Sol, Sevilla,  UCLA, Los Angeles, ICA, London, UK and many others.