Enrique Polanco

Enrique Polanco is a sculptor born in Venezuela currently working in Mexico City. His work translates an interest in using a neo-praxis experimental system of the daily manual work. His practice is an exploration of materials of the cosmos, and of the spacial-temporal dimension. He works mainly with ceramics, gesso, bronze, concrete, wood and drawing.

www.enriquepolanco.com

Education: BA in Architecture and Urbanism, Universidad Central de Venezuela (2013).

Selected exhibitions include: ‘Summer Workshop Show’ Sculpture Space NYC, Queens, USA (2017); ‘Practicas vs. Teoreticas’, Fundacion Cultural La Pizarra, Caracas, Venezuela (2015); ‘Octubre Joven’, Museo Jesus Soto, Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela (2015); ‘Non-Traditional Landscapes’, Backroom Projects, Caracas Venezuela (2014); ‘Gatos Jazz’, Fundacion Cultural El Hatillo, curated by Pablo Tosi (2014).

Selected awards and residencies include: Sculpture and New Media, School of Visual Arts, Residency, NYC (2015); Grant by the Fantasy Fund at Modern Art Foundry, Production in Lost Wax Bronze Casting, NYC (2016).

Portrait © Manfredi Gioacchini 2019