Felipe Mujica

b. 1974 in Santiago de Chile, Chile / Lives and works in New York, USA

Sombras imaginarias (curtain 13), 2017 cotton fabric, thread and hand embroidered yarn 250 x 135 cm
Sombras imaginarias curtain 15, 2017 Cotton fabric, thread and embroidered yarn 250 x 135 cm
DEDICATED TO THE BIRD WE LOVE Exhibition view, 2017 von Bartha, S-chanf
DEDICATED TO THE BIRD WE LOVE Exhibition view, 2017 von Bartha, S-chanf
DEDICATED TO THE BIRD WE LOVE Exhibition view, 2017 von Bartha, S-chanf
DEDICATED TO THE BIRD WE LOVE Exhibition view, 2017 von Bartha, S-chanf
Sombras Imaginarias, 2017 Cotton fabric, thread and embroidered yarn 250 x 135 cm
Installation view, Art Basel 2017
Las universidades desconocidas [The Unknown Universities], 2016 cotton fabric, thread and embroidered wool 30 panels of approx. 295 × 160 cm 32nd Bienal de São Paulo
Arriba como ramas que un mismo viento mueve, 2014 Fabric and thread 8 panels, 280 x 150 cm each Installation view, Museo Experimental El Eco, México D.F.
Untitled (para Cuenca), 2013 Fabric and thread 8 panels, 280 x 148 each, total dimension variable Installation view, 12 Bienal de Cuenca, Cuenca
Untitled (El Quisco), 2013 Fabric and thread 4 panels, 200 x 120 cm each, total dimensions variable Fondazione Merz, Turin
Untitled, 2013 cotton fabric, canvas fabric and thread 270 x 154 cm
Mujica creates works comprising of installation, drawing, collapsible sculptures and printmaking, influenced by modernism and the international artistic, social and political movements in the late 60’s and 70’s. He began his art education at the Universidad Católica de Chile and later co-founded the artist-run space Galería Chilena (1997 – 2005). In the 2000s, Mujica moved to New York City where he is currently based. His works have been exhibited internationally including solo shows at Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico D.F. (2014); The Shop – Vitamin Creative Space, Beijing (2009); Message Salon, Zürich (2008); and Centro Cultural Matucana 100, Santiago (2004).