Guadalupe Maravilla

2021 Recipient of The Lise Wilhelmsen Art Award

2021 Guadalupe Maravilla Photo by Steve Benisty 5

Guadalupe Maravilla.

Photo by Steve Benisty. Courtesy of Guadalupe Maravilla and P·P·O·W, New York.

For the first time in Europe, a selection of works by Guadalupe Maravilla will be presented in a solo exhibition.

Date Place
Prisma Galleries

The exhibition at Henie Onstad Kunstsenter is part of The Lise Wilhelmsen Art Award and will be on show from January 14, 2022  through April 30, 2022.

Guadalupe Maravilla (b. 1976, El Salvador) is a visual artist working and residing in Brooklyn, New York. In 1984, aged eight, Maravilla immigrated to the United States as an undocumented, unaccompanied child, fleeing civil war in El Salvador. When as an adult, he was diagnosed with cancer, Maravilla was treated with radiation and chemotherapy alongside his own healing practices and became cancer free. Both events have had an impact on Maravilla’s artistic practice and are present in his artworks.

Guadalupe Maravilla is the recipient of The Lise Wilhelmsen Art Award 2021.

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  • 2019 Disease Thrower 7 180 x 96 x 63 inches side view
    ↑ Gaudalupe Maravilla, Disease Thrower #7, 2019.

    Henie Onstad Collection. Courtesy of Guadalupe Maravilla and P·P·O·W, New York.

  • 2019 Disease Thrower 6 180 x 96 x 63 inches
    ↑ Gaudalupe Maravilla, Disease Thrower #6, 2019.

    Courtesy of Guadalupe Maravilla and P·P·O·W, New York.