Apambichao #2 | Yanira Collado
Oil Paint, Carbon Paper, Textile, Oil Pastel on Cardboard
Yanira Collado is an artist who lives and works in Miami, FL.
Collado’s artist residency fellowships include Bridge Red Art Center, North Miami, FL (2013-present), and Project Row Houses, Houston, TX (2015). She was awarded first place in the 2013 South Florida Biennial at the Art and Cultural Center/Hollywood, FL. Her work has been featured in numerous group shows, including Monarchs at Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami, FL (2018); Connectivity, Deconstruction, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Florida International University, Miami, FL (2018); Transmissions, The Franklin, Chicago, IL (2016); Dirt, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL (2016); and Ascent: Black Women’s Expressions, Nova University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (2015). In 2016, Collado had a one-person exhibit at Museum of Art + Design at Miami Dade College, in collaboration with Bridge Red Studios.
“I am interested in strategies that allude to the restoration of objects once muted or obscured through temporal phenomena. These perceptions are summoned through building materials: reclaimed literary texts, wood, textiles, concrete, masonry bricks, iron, and drywall—elements that suggest an economic stratum and geographic histories that retain personal and public memory.”