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  1. Melanie Ubaldo (b. 1992, Philippines) is an Icelandic artist based in Reykjavik.          In Melanie's work image and text are inextricably linked, where deconstructionist paintings incorporate text with graffiti like vandalism oftentimes of her own crude experiences of others preconceptions, thus exposing the power of immediate unreflected judgment. 

  2. CV

    Education:

    2013-2016 Bachelor of Fine Arts, Iceland Academy of the Arts

    2015 Universität der Künste Berlin, Erasmus exchange, Germany

    2009-2011 Fjölbrautaskólinn í Breiðholti, Art Major

    2007-2009 Menntaskólinn við Hamrahlíð, IB Studies

  3. Solo Exhibitions:

    2015 litla sæta asíska stelpan, Kubburinn, Iceland Academy of the Arts

    2015 roll a week,Gallerí Tukt, Hitt Húsið, Reykjavik

  4. Group Exhibitions/Activities:

    Upcoming September 2020 Vestur í bláinn Project

    Upcoming June 2020 Untitled group show with Platform Gátt, Norræna Húsið

    Upcoming June 2020 Inclusive Public Space, Collaboration with the Reykjavik City Library

    2019-2020 Lucky Me? Kling og Bang, Marshall House, Reykjavik Iceland

    2019 Reacción A Islandia, Pavilion Nordico, Buenos Aires, Argentina

    2019 Fögnum fjölbreytileikanum-Barnamenningarhátið, Collaborative artist, Gerðasafn - Kópavogur Art Museum, Iceland

    2018-19 Inclusively Exclusive - Cycle Music and Arts Festival, Gerðarsafn -            Kópavogur Art Museum, Iceland

    2018 Cryptopian States - Cycle Music and Arts Festival, Residence of the              Ambassador of Iceland to Germany, Berlin, Germany

    2017 Málverk- ekki miðill/Painting- Not a Medium, Hafnarborg Centre of Culture and Fine Art, Hafnarfjörður, Iceland

    2017 Slæmur félagsskapur / Bad Company, Kling & Bang, Marshall House, Reykjavik, Iceland

    2016 Ytri Höfnin, BA Graduation Show, Reykjavik Art Museum

    2016 NO SOLO, Skaftfell Center of Visual Arts, Seyðisfjörður, Iceland

    2016 Being Boring, recreation of Baldessari’s I will not make any more boring art, The Living Art Museum, Reykjavik 

    2011 Graduation Exhibition, Gerðuberg, Reykjavik

    2010 Student Exhibition, Gallerí Tukt, Hitt Húsið, Reykjavik