Juan-Pedro Fabra Guemberena

Born 1971 Montevideo, Uruguay

Lives and works in Stockholm and Berlin

Education 1997-2002 MFA Royal College University of Fine Arts, Stockholm

Solo shows (selected)

2016 Interludes, Belenius/Nordenhake, Stockholm

2015 Nanas, Konstnärshuset, curated by Celia Prado, Stockholm

2014 NOVIEMBRE, Kinderhook & Caracas, Berlin

2012 Nessun dorma, Lautom Contemporary, Oslo, Norway

2011 YANKEE GO HOME but please take me with you, Nordin Gallery, Stockholm Sweden

2010 MPC/Ted Danson, Uppsala Teater Galleriet, Sweden

2010 The South Will Rise Again, Röda Sten, curated by Edi Muka, Göteborg Sweden

2009 Black Madonna, Lautom Contemporary, Oslo, Norway

2009 Remote Viewing, Anna Nordlander Museum, Sweden

2009 UY, Centro Cultural España, Montevideo, Uruguay

2008 Juba, Brändström & Stene, Stockholm, Sweden

2008 Gilberto's Place, Vita Kuben, Umeå, Sweden

2006 Juan-Pedro Fabra i retrospektiv, Ersta Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden

2005 Symbol of Liberty, Skånes Konstfrämjande, Malmö, Sweden

2004 Sometime, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London, United Kingdom

2004 Untitled, Brändström & Stene, Stockholm, Sweden

2004 Statements, Art Basel, Brändström & Stene, Basel, Switzerland

2001 Moheda-trilogin, Galleri Mejan, Stockholm, Sweden

Group shows/projects (selected)

2016 Personligt, Gotlands Konstmuseum, Visby

2015Something Else, Off Biennale, Cairo

2015 The School of Displaced Persons, 2nd Kyiv Biennal , Ukraina

2015 Gimme Shelter – forts and fictions in the lowlands, Fort Nieuwersluis

curated by Lucette ter Borg and Sacha Bronwasser, Amsterdam

2015 La Otra Orilla, Cabildo Nacional, (in collaboration with Jan Håfström, Carl Michael von Hausswolff), Montevideo

2014 New Mess Age, Parkfair Terminator, curated by Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Vienna

2014 Gimme Shelter, Tromsö Konstförening, curated by Leif Magne Tangen, Norway

2014 Frihet på barrikaderna, Växjö Konsthall, Sweden

2014 UNVERGESSEN, Graf Spee återblick, (in collaboration withJan Håfström, Carl Michael von Hausswolff),

Wanås Foundation, Sweden

2013 The Phylogenesis of Generosity (Prizessinnengarten Outdoor Sculpture Triennial), Berlin

2013 Flag New York City, Performa 13, curated by Randi Grov Berger, New York

2013 Draft Urbanism, Biennal of The Americas, curated by Carson Chan, Denver

2012 Chickamauga, Cultura Surplus Gallery, Mexico City

2012 The Image is No More (Good Tv), Sinne Gallery, Helsinki, Finland

2010 The Image is No More, (Good Tv), Wu Dao Ying, curated by Per Huttner, Bejing, China

2010 Swedish Conceptual Art, Kalmar Konsthall, curated by Martin Schibli/Oscar Guermouche, Kalmar, Sweden

2010 Street View, Avenyn MAP (Good TV), curated by Magdalena Malm, Göteborg Sweden

2009 Small parts of the world, Centrum För Fotografi, curated by Liv Stoltz and Aura Seikkula, Stockholm, Sweden

2009 Favoured Nations, Momentum Biennial, Graf Spee II, (in collaboration with Jan Håfström,

Carl Michael von Hausswolff), Momentum Biennial, curated by Stina Högkvist and Lina Dzuverovic, Moss, Norway

2008 Wrap your troubles in a dream, Lautom Contemporary, curated by Power Ekroth, Oslo, Norway

2008 Defense, Mobile Art Production, curated by Magdalena Malm, Stockholm, Sweden

2008 Video Bonanza, Asni Gallery, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

2007National pride-the second layer, Arti et Amicitiae, curated by Sasa Karalic, Amsterdam, Netherlands

2007 Graf Spee I, (in collaboration with Jan Håfström, Carl Michael von Hausswolff), Wanås Foundation, Sweden

2007LAB.07.Arte, Deshonra y Violencia, CCE, curated by Luis Camnitzer and Patricia Bentancur, Montevideo, Uruguay

2006 Patriotism now, Wyspa Institute, curated by Monika Weychert Waluszko, Gdanzk, Poland

2006 Moderna Exhibition, Modern Museum of Art, curated by Magdalena Malm, John Peter Nilsson and

Pia Kristoffersson, Sweden

2005 Think Pink, Exit, curated by Edi Muka, Prishtina, Kosovo

2005 Prague Biennalen 2, curated by Power Ekroth, Helena Kontova and Giancarlo Politi, Prague, Czech Republic

2005Scandinavian Photography, Faulconer Gallery, Grinnel College, curated by Daniel Strong, Iowa, USA

2005 SAFE, Karlskrona Konsthall, curated by Torunn Ekstrand, Karlskrona, Sweden

2005 (my private) Heroes, Marta Herford Museum, curated by Jan Hoet, Herford, Germany

2004 Movimenti, Palazzo Lanfranchi a Matera, curated by Francesco Bonami, Matera, Italy

2004 Swedish Hearts, Modern Museum of Art, curated by Rodrigo Maella Lira, Magdalena Malm and Charlotte Bydler, Sweden

2004 At the Still Point of the Turning World, FACT, curated by Claire Doherty, Liverpool, United

2003 Delays and Revolutions, Biennale di Venezia, curated by Daniel Birnbaum and Francesco Bonami, Venice, Italy

2003 Wish you were here…, Brändström & Stene, Stockholm, Sweden

2002 Konstnärer, knarkare och äventyrare, Kulturhuset, curated by Stina Högkvist and Marianne Zamecznik, Sweden

Selected presentations/collaborations/teaching

2016 Lecture/Artist presentation CRITICAL MOVES: LATIN AMERICAN VISUAL NARRATIVES, Berlin

2016Workshop , Ars Nova, Jakobstad, Finland

2015 Lecture/Artist presentation La Escuela del Sur ,Studio Voltaire, London          

2010 Workshop The Stockholm Syndrome ,Good Tv, KKH Stockholm

2009-2011 Tutor of Master students in Fine Arts, Konstfack University College of Arts Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden

2008 Video Workshop in Addis Abeba College of Arts (in collaboration with Annika Larsson,Tobias Bernstrup,Sara Lunden, Michele Masucci, Loulou Cherinet), Ethiopia

Tutor of Master students in fine arts, Royal Academy of Arts, Stockholm, Sweden

Tutor of Master students in Fine Arts, Konstfack, University College of Arts Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden

2007 On the edge of the abyss, one step forward! A conversation between Carlos Motta and Juan Pedro Fabra, wip:konsthall, Stockholm,

Course/Teacher "Stealth Speed and Pattern", “Razzle Dazzle“ Interdisciplinary Studies prof Ronald Jones,Konstfack University College of Arts Crafts and Design, Stockholm, Sweden Stockholm, Sweden

2005 Good TV art gallery initiated with Loulou Cherinet, Michele Masucci broadcasted in the Public Access Television Network in Stockholm

2004 Artist presentation, FACT, Liverpool, United Kingdom

2002 Performances with Systeme (Sara Lunden, Jakob Senneby, Allen Grubesic):

 

Moderna Dansteatern, Stockholm, Sweden

After shopping, Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm Art Fair, Stockholm, Sweden

Gallery M3, Berlin, Germany

 

Represented

Governments Office, Swedish Art Council, Sweden

Sammlung Goetz, München, Germany

Borås Art Museum, Sweden

Malmö Art Museum, Malmö, Sweden

Modern Museum of Art, Stockholm, Sweden

Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt

The Wanås Foundation, Knislingen, Sweden

Private Collections

 

Grants

2016 Five Year working grant, Swedish Arts Grants Committee

2011 Two Year working grant, Swedish Arts Grants Committee

2006 Two Year working grant, Swedish Arts Grants Committee

2005 Research and Development in the Arts Grant, Royal College of Art Sweden

2004 One Year working grant, Swedish Arts Grants Committee

2004 Project Grant: “Shadow Army“ Swedish Arts Grants Committee

 

Bibliography selected

Art Forum, critic's picks, September 2011, Jacquelyn Davis

Art Forum, exhibition review, November 2010, Ronald Jones

Aftonbladet, 19 Jun 2010, Frans Josef Petersson

Göteborgs Posten, 21 Jun 2010, Mikael Olofsson

Interface, exhibition review, Jun 2010 Graham Lister

Spike Art Quarterly, exhibition review nr.15 Mar 2008, Lars-Erik Hjertström Lappalainen

Dagens Nyheter, 21 Jan 2008, Håkan Nilsson

Aftonbladet, 24 Jan 2008, Peter Lindberg

Expressen, 11 Jan 2008, Peter Cornell

Konsten.net, Jan 2008, Anders Olofsson

Dagens Nyheter, Good Tv,15 Nov 2006, Georg Cederskog

Konsten.net, Oct 2008, Michelle Roy

Konst som rörlig bild, S.A.K årsbok, 2006

Residence, Släpp konstnärerna loss!, Nr 1, 2006

Litkes, Bekänn färg, Nr 2 , 2006, Anna Åhdal

Expressen, Tv Vision, 3 Nov 2005, Peter Cornell

Adbusters, Sep/Oct #61, 2005

Paletten, nr 2-3 2005, Maja Hammarén

Dagens Nyheter, 11 August 2005, Håkan Nilsson

Artforum,exhibition review,March 2005, Liutauras Psibilskis

Stil, Video konst på hemmaplan, Nr 2, 2005

Art Forum, Artist artists, December 2004, Isaac Julien

Svensk Konst Nu, 85 Svenska Konstnärer, 2004, Sophie Allgårdh & Estelle af Malmborg

Bon, nr 17, 2004, Natalia Kazmierska

Svenska Dagbladet, 18 Sept 2004, Sophie Allgårdh

Flash Art, Upcoming Artists, August 2004

Dagens Nyheter, 27 Aug 2004, Bo Madestrand

Dagens Nyheter, 11 June 2004, Bo Madestrand

Liverpool Daily Post, 24 March 2004, Diane Massey

The Guardian, 26 March 2004, Alfred Hickling

Art Monthly, May issue 276, 2004, Robin Brown

Art Monthly, July issue 268, 2003, David Barret

Frieze, issue 77, 2003, James Rondeau

Svenska Dagbladet, 13 June 2003, Joanna Sandell

Aftonbladet, 3 February 2003. John Peter Nilsson

Dagens Nyheter, 1 February 2003, Lars O Ericsson

Dagens Industri, 22 January 2003, Jonas Florén


     

    Inserts

    Camouflage, Tim Newark, Imperial War Museum 2007

    Site, #12 2004

    U-N-I-O-N, #1 2004

    Visslingar & Rop #3 1997


     

    GOOD TV

    BACKGROUND

    Good TV was initiated by Juan Pedro Fabra Guemberena, Loulou Cherinet and Michele Masucci and started as a very simple idea; we wanted to show art on television and by doing so, defy the prevailing homogenous supremacy of commercial and state owned television networks. Our initial plan was to offer an open space on television more or less operating as a gallery to contributors from around the world.

    Good TV received financial support from KU(Royal Collage of Art) in 2004, since then our vision and possibilities as well as the interest from artists, media and our audience has grown enormously.

    Today Good TV is a registered non-profit organisation and member of the public access television network in Stockholm, Öppna Kanalen. We broadcasted regularly every Thursday and Sunday 22.00-22.30 between 2004 and 2007.

     

     

    GOOD TV ACTIVITIES 2004 – 2012

    Good TV broadcasted work by:

    Alexander Vaindorf, Annette Krauss, Carl Michael Lundberg, Cecilia Parsberg, Cesar Tafoya, Charlotte Åberg, Davide Grassi, Denis Romanovski, Hala el Koussy, Hito Steyerl, International Festival Television Network, Jesper Nordahl, Johan Böhm, Johan Holtzberg/Fredrik Wiklund, Kajsa Dahlberg, Karl Holmqvist, Katya Sander, Lara Baladi, Latifa Echakhch, League of Noble Peers, Magnus Bärtås, Matti Kallionen, Marcelo Esposito, Markus Mårtensson, Michele Masucci, Unstable Society of Mobile Production, Oliver Ressler, Pablo Casacuberta, Petra Bauer, Tobias Bernstrup, Saralunden, Valeria Montti-Colque

     

    Good TV produced new work in cooperation with:

    Benoit Maire - …in the twilight of the copyists, Cecilia Parsberg – Good TV, Christoffer Paues – Jag rider på höga hästar. Jag skrattar mig blind., Saralunden – The view, Moataz Nasr/Sheik Salah – Sheik Salah, SQUID – SQUID Lounge, “Theme”, Tobias Bernstrup / Saralunden – A night to remember

     

    Good TV hosted exhibitions especially curated for Good TV:

    Karolina Pahlén – Berättelser om Danielle Tjajkovskij, Source Video Magazine of Contemporary Art – Source Special, Veronica Wiman – Speech Box

     

    Good TV participation in exhibitions:

    The Image is No More, Sinne Gallery, curated by Magdalena Malm, Helsinkki

    Street View, Avenyn MAP (Good TV), curated by Magdalena Malm, Göteborg Sweden

    The Image is No More, Wu Dao Ying, curated by Per Huttner, Bejing, China

    Participation: Nuisance or necessity?, IASPIS Galleriet, Stockholm, curated by Nataša Petrešin,

    Konstnärshuset – Supermarket – independent art fair in Stockholm organized by SKF Umbrella