Born in Venezuela in 1976, Patricia Gil is a photographer and graphic artist graduated on Visual Arts from the American Intercontinental University in USA (2006) and from the Venezuelan Art School Martin Tovar y Tovar (1998).
Patricia Gil’s photography captures a realistic and aesthetic perception of a multicultural city composed by thousand of immigrants. She is fascinated by the regular and daily behaviors of people and their reaction to society.
Her latest project includes a work in progress of an urban photo documentary about Miami called “79 Street”.
Her photographs and artwork have been displayed on permanent exhibitions at the American Intercontinental University’s gallery from 2003 to 2007 and she participated at Trends by curator Milagros Bello at Arte Americas art fair in 2007 and 2008. She also exhibited Corpus in 2007 at Signature Gallery, where she presents questions about the relation between age versus society.
The artist looks for a particular way to present her art by constructing photo sculptures on a cube shape as a representation of unlimited perceptions and possibilities in ones life.
-Arte Americas 2008: Trends
- LACDA - Snap to the Grid 2008 - Los Angeles, CA
-Arte Americas 2007: Trends
-Signature Gallery: Corpus 2007
-American Intercontinental University: permanent student’s art exhibitions from 2003 thru 2006.
-Y Sin Embrago Magazine, issue 15 – Barcelona, Spain – December 2007
-Inciativa Colectiva Magazine – issues 4 & 5 – Miami, Fl - 2007
-Projecto Guacamole, issue 2 – San Diego, CA - 2007
-Sheila Elias – Bal Harbour, FL
-William Siegel – Key Biscayne, FL
-Milagros Bello – Miami, FL
-Mr. & Mrs. Neri – Miami, FL