JOSE CORI (1989. Santiago, Chile)

Studies :

2017 – 2018 Master in Visual Arts, mention in Visual Arts, Universidad de Chile. Maximum distinction.
2012 – 2013 Degree in Aesthetics, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Two honorable mentions.
2008 – 2012 Degree in Visual Arts, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Two honorable mentions.

Scholarships and Awards : 

Poetry Workshop Scholarship, Pablo Neruda Foundation, Santiago, Chile (2015).

Exhibitions :

2020 Life, still. OMA Art Gallery
2020 MAVI Young Art, MAVI
2019 Figure and Fund, Recoleta Cultural Center
2019 The Mind’s I, Andrea Brunson Space
2019 Fly Hunters, Blue Door Gallery
2018 – 2019 FERMENTO, MAC Quinta Normal
2018 Naked City, Plaza de Armas 320
2018 Table of Drawing, Matucana 100
2017 PROGRESO, Gallery D21
2016 Cogollo de Toronjil, XS Gallery
2016 CONTEMPORARY, CCU Art Room
2015 Eleviendo, Gallery Oops
2016 Mavi / Minera Escondida Contemporary Young Art Award, MAVI
2014 Unbreaken, L’atelier-KSR
2014 Module II, False Space
2013 Umbrales, Catholic University, Extension Center
2011 Alpha, Zona Project

Residencies : 

2014 Agora Affect – Module II, Art Residence, Berlin

 

Publications, reviews, curatorial texts : 

José Cori, Fabián Barraza, Pablo Linsambarth (2020). “Iconoclasts”, drawing zine for Burning Ixxues, Hong Kong Art Book Fair. ZineCoop / Twai Kwun Contemporary, Hong Kong.

José Cori (2017) “The sense of order”, curatorial text for catalog and solo exhibition by Luisa Granifo at Galería NAC. Santiago de Chile.

José Cori (2015) “The eye of objectivity. On Tierra sin pan de Nicolás Franco ”, review for Cuadernos de Arte N ° 20, Annual publication of the School of Art of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 84-85.

José Cori (2015) Chile Arte Joven, publication of work by Arte Al Límite. Santiago de Chile, Quad / Graphics, 98-105.

José Cori (2015) “Inspección y contemplación”, curatorial text for catalog and solo exhibition by Martín Kaulen at Galería Patricia Ready (Spanish and English). Santiago de Chile.

José Cori (2015) “Cita a Ciegas III: Plutonic Debris”, curatorial text for catalog and exhibition at Galería Balmaceda Arte Joven. Santiago de Chile.