Yamile Pardo

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Biography:

Yamile Pardo was born on June 17, 1971. Skilled in both painting and sculpture, Pardo is currently the Director of the department of sculpture at the San Alejandro School of Art.

Much of her work focuses on expectations of women and their role in the domestic sphere.

Résumé:

Professional Experience:

Present    Director, Department of Sculpture. San Alejandro School of Art, Cuba. 

Solo Exhibition: 

2010  

Galería Cubana. Boston, MA, USA. 

2008    

“De Cache.” Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visuales.

2004    

“False Perspective.” Center for Development of the Visual Arts. 

2002    

“After Mi ........... Fa.” Casa Carmen Montilla.

“Fallen Cable.” Gallery Servando Cabrera. 

2001    

“Edel Bordon and Yamile Pardo.” Havana Galerie. Zürich, Switzerland. 

2000  

“Miscellaneous Peripheral.” Thesis Project. Provincial Center of Plastic Arts and     Design. 

Group Exhibitions: 

2014    

“All in the Family.” Galería Cubana. Provincetown, MA, USA. 

2013    

“Dark and Sweet.” Galería Cubana. Boston, MA, USA.

2012    

“La Mujer (The Woman).” Galería Cubana. Boston, MA, USA.

2011    

“From the Everyday to the Existential.” Galería Cubana. Boston, MA, USA.

2010  

“Exhibition of Richard Wright, this other world.” Caixa Cultural. Rio de Janeiro,     Brazil. 

“At the End of the Bullet.” Pavillion Cuba.

“Hear me with your eyes: Joint Visions.” Casa de Mexico, Cuba.

Multiple Choice Foundation Art Exhibition. San Juan, Guadalajara, Mexico.

“Black is a Color.” Gallery Zero Point. Mexico City, Mexico.

2009    

Symposium of Cultural Installation. Center San Pancho. Nayarit, Mexico.

“Black is a Color.” Art Foundation. San Juan, Guadalajara, Mexico.

“Ars America: Identities and Latitudes.” Development Center. 

San Alejandro 10 Biennial of Havana. Havana, Cuba.

“CODEMA.”10 Biennial of Havana. Havana, Cuba.

 “Expo Flag.’ 10 Biennial of Havana. Havana, Cuba.

"Ars latinas in motion.” Temple of San Agustín, Zacatecas, Mexico.

2008    

Gallery San Pancho. Nayarit, Mexico. 

“Hiking this other world.” Cuba.

Festival of Cuban Art. Milan, Italy.

“Exhibition of Women Artists.” Havana Galerie. Zürich, Switzerland.

“Things from Home.” French Union of Cuba. 

2007    

“Together but not scrambled.” Santa Clara, Cuba.

Inauguration of Contemporary Art Gallery at Cifuentes. Santa Clara, Cuba.

“Ars America: Being Latino in the 21st Century.” Mexico.

“Ars America Exhibition Walk.” City Centre. Castellón, Spain.

2006  

 Young Artists Exhibition Cuba. Germany.

Ars America. Italy.

Dina 4 Gallery, San Alejandro, Cuba.

“The Utility of Virtue.” Business Center Miramar, Cuba.

 “An Offering.” Collateral to the 9th Biennial of Havana. Havana, Cuba.

"Dialogue.” Av National Polytechnic Institute. Mexico City, Mexico. 

“Art and Women in Cuba.” Civic Center Anabel Segura. Madrid, Spain.

“With a Vision on Gender.” Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain.

Alternative. Gallery Servando Cabrera. 

2005    

Gender. International Press Center.

“Two Perspectives.” Rio de Janeiro, Casa de la Cultura de Ipanema. 

2003    

Public Intervention. Installation Angle False. D.I.P of the I.S.A. 8 Havana Biennial,     Morro, Cabana. 

2002    

“Girls do not Throw Stones.” Provincial Center of Plastic Arts and Design Lights and     Crafts. 

2000    

2nd Lounge of graduates from San Alejandro, Center for Development of the Visual     Arts, Havana, Cuba. 

1999    

Women’s Gallery. Havana Galerie. Zürich, Switzerland. 

1996    

International Academic Hall-II 96 Havana, Cuba.

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Associated Exhibitions

Del Espíritu (Of the Spirit)
Hector Frank, Orestes Gaulhiac, Isolina Limonta, Mayling Hernandez Monzon, Yamile Pardo and Saskia Verger
August 7 - August 28, 2015
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Del Espíritu (Of the Spirit)
Hector Frank, Orestes Gaulhiac, Isolina Limonta, Mayling Hernandez Monzon, Yamile Pardo and Saskia Verger
July 10 - August 2, 2015
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Todo en la Familia (All in the Family)
Edel Bordón, Pablo Bordón, Yamile Pardo & Aissa M. Santiso
July 3 - July 17, 2014
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Las Mjueres (The Women)
Isolina Limonta, Yunayka Martin Martinez and Yamile Pardo
June 14 - July 3, 2013
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