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Clotilde Jimenez

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Mixed Media
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About the artist

Clotilde Jimenez

Clotilde Jiménez, born 1990, is a Honolulu-born, Mexico City-based artist whose work tackles notions of masculinity, Blackness, and queerness.  As a bisexual Black and Puerto Rican man, Jiménez’s practice is centered around representing more bodies like his own that are historically underepresented in fine art.  Growing up in a low-income neighborhood, Jiménez’s humble background heavily influenced the types of materials he incorporates in his practice today.  Jiménez uses found materials like magazine cutouts, tissue paper, paper towels, tablecloths, among others because they were affordable and accessible to him at a time when money was tight.  His multi-media collages are deeply cathartic in unraveling the artist’s own identity and are overall symbolic of the patchwork nature of identity.  Depictions of boxers and bodybuilders are popular motifs in Jiménez’s work that relate back to his relationship with his father and early notions of the body.  


Jiménez graduated with a BFA from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2013 and a MFA from the Slade School of Art in London.  This promising young artist is represented by Mariane Ibrahim Gallery, where he had his first solo show in 2020 at the gallery’s Chicago location.  His next solo exhibition with the gallery will be in Paris in 2022. 

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