Jorge Posada

Jorge Posada

New York, NY, United States

About Jorge Posada

Jorge Posada is a Colombian-born American painter, printmaker and sculptor. He lives and works in New York.

With the use of strong gestural brush and pencil strokes, Posada has developed a distinctive semi-figurative, semi-abstract style creating series of paintings and drawings in mixed media on canvas and paper.

Posada has always been inspired by the human experience addressing topics such as migration, exodus, the disappearance of people and the anonymous presence of the human being in the urban environment. 


Lighting and Sound, LaGuardia College, New York (1999)
Printmaking (traditional and new methods), Lower East Side Printshop, New York (1990-96)
Water base printmaking, Water Base Workshop, New York (1995)
Printmaking techniques, Taller de Artes Medellin, Colombia (1978)
BFA in Visual Arts, University of Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia (1975)


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Paintings & Drawings, Jeffrey Leder Gallery, LIC, New York
Jorge Posada On view, NautaDutilh Exhibition space, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Animus Corpus, Kunstpanorama Art Gallery, Luzern, Switzerland
Exodus - Retrospective exhibition, Autopista Art Gallery, Medellin, Colombia
Founders Choice IV. The Leslie-Lohman Art Foundation, New York

New York Salon, Art and Science, Unesco AIAP Committee Monaco, France
Progressive Transition,Third Latin American Art Triennial, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, New York
Vision & Emotion, Diego Salazar Art Gallery, LIC, New York
Big Queens Drawing Show, Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, New York
2th Guanlan International Print Biennial, Shenzhen, China
Psychological Archaeology, Williamsburg Art & Historical Center, Brooklyn
Art of the Americas, Miami
Bienal de San Juan del Grabado Latinoamericano y del Caribe, Puerto Rico
The Biggs Museum of American Art, Delaware
Triton Museum of Art, California
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Colorado
Mexican Cultural Institute, Texas