Ana Mosquera is the Winner of the Third Edition of the CPPC Artist Fellowship at Pivô

October 20, 2016

The Coleccion Patricia Phelps de Cisneros and Pivo announce the winner of the 2016 Banesco Youth Salon prize with FIA, which awarded an artist residency in the Pivô Research Program, São Paulo, to the Venezuelan artist Ana Mosquera.

The third edition of the CPPC grant for cultural immersion travel in Pivô will run from the 28th of November to the 12th of December, 2016. As in previous years, Pivô will introduce Mosquera to the Brazilian art scene in an exchange with local artists who will contribute to her current research. During her residency, the artist Ana Mosquera will have a studio in Pivô and will experience the dynamics of its research program.
The Pivo research program offers various activities including temporary studios, conferences, workshops, and exchanges between artists of different nationalities, through collaborations such as the one with the CPPC.

Ana Mosquera was born in 1983 in Caracas, Venezuela. She studied Photography and Mixed Media at the University College of Arts, (2005) Kent / UK, and Architecture at the Universidad Central de Venezuela (2015). In 2005 she was nominated for the Ian Parry Scholarship, and in 2013 won a mention for publication in the Archiworld Academy competition. In 2016 Ana was the first prize winner of the 12th National Salon of Young Artists at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Zulia. She has participated in various group exhibitions such as Moving Light. Candid Arts Trust Gallery, London (2005); Ian Parry Scholarship, Tom Blau Gallery, London (2005); Pure Space at the Centro de Arte Los Galpones, Caracas (2013); The Everyday Sublime, Alejandro Otero Museum, Caracas (2015) III National Salon of photographic projects, Espacio GAF, Museum of Contemporary Art in Mérida (2015) and in the National Art Gallery, Caracas (2016).

Her work investigates the possibility of visualizing digital content from the creation of areas to show the dynamics produced by users and the spaces with which they are generated.