The Power Plant

Vivian Suter with Elisabeth Wild

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Vivian Suter and Elisabeth Wild have exhibited together in several exhibitions including Brotan claveles las solapas, Museo El ECO, Mexico City, Mexico (2017); Vivian Suter and Elisabeth Wild, Karma International, Los Angeles, USA (2017); Monstera Deliciosa, Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City, Guatemala (2016); Panajachel, The Mistake Room, Los Angeles, USA (2015); and Intrépida, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland (2014), Fantasías 2, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, Switzerland (2014).

Vivian Suter (born 1949, Buenos Aires) grew up in Switzerland, and has lived and worked by Lake Atitlán in Guatemala since the early 1980s. She recently participated in documenta 14 in Athens, Greece and Kassel, Germany, La Gran Bienal Tropical 2 in San Juan, Puerto Rico (where the jury awarded her a Golden Pineapple), as well as the 31 Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil. Her recent solo and two- person shows exhibitions include The Wind, The Rain, The Volcanoes, The Jewish Museum, NY, USA (2017); and, Lejos, House of Gaga, Mexico City, Mexico (2015).

Elisabeth Wild (born 1922, Vienna) lives and works in Lake Atitlán in Guatemala. Although she is best known for her collages made out of magazine cutouts, her works have ranged in a variety of mediums and formats over the years, which include painting, drawing, ceramics, jewelry, and industrial design. Her recent solo and two-person shows exhibitions include Fantasía, NuMu, Guatemala city (2017). She has participated in numerous group shows exhibitions including at The Mistake Room, Los Angeles, USA; Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico; and Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo, San Jose, Costa Rica. At 96 years of age, she recently participated in documenta 14 in Athens, Greece, and Kassel, Germany.