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Miguel Braceli

Miguel Braceli

Miguel Braceli

Miguel Braceli

Miguel Braceli is a multidisciplinary artist working at the intersection between art, architecture and education. His practice is focused on participatory projects in public space. Most of these projects have been large scale works, developed in countries such as Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, México, Spain, Sweden, United States, and Venezuela. These works explore notions of borders, migrations, national identities and social-political conflicts, working from the geopolitical geography to a human scale.


Braceli´s works have presented in Matadero Madrid, LABoral Art Center, and the Museum of Contemporary Art MUAC UNAM with Hemispheric Institute NY. His most recent recognitions include Leslie King Hammond Fellowship Award MICA (USA,2017), Young Artist Award of the Principality of Asturias (Spain, 2018), Supertrama Public Art Competition Award (Spain, 2017), AICA International Artist award (2017) and AICA Emerging Artist award was bestowed on him by the International Association of Art Critics (Venezuela, 2014).


Braceli is also Associate Professor in the Faculty of Architecture at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, and has led various participatory and educational projects with institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art New York (MoMA), the Museum of Fine Arts of Caracas, the Embassy of United States and the Embassy of Spain in Venezuela. He has been a visiting professor in Schools of Architecture from Umeå University in Sweden, Catholic University of Chile, and University of Zulia in Venezuela. He is currently a Fulbright Scholar pursuing a Master in Fine Arts at Maryland Institute College of Arts in the United States.


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