• CFAM: Gallery Talk--Displacement: Symbols and Journeys

    Artists Rima Jabbur, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, and Leah Sandler held a gallery talk related to the current exhibition Displacement: Symbols and Journeys.

    The exhibition Displacement: Symbols and Journeys, which runs through September 4, 2016, included works from the permanent collection of the Cornell Fine Arts Museum accompanied by major loans. Artists in the exhibition include Hectór Arce-Espasas, Shimon Attie, Rina Banerjee, Hugo Crosthwaite, José A. Figueroa, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, Gajin Fujita, Meshac Gaba, Alfredo Jaar, Rima Jabbur, Richard Mosse, Shirin Neshat, Rubén Ortiz-Torres, Josué Pellot, Sandra Ramos, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, and David Taylor.

    Displacement: Symbols and Journeys is accompanied by a publication that includes interviews with artists Hugo Crosthwaite, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz, Gonzalo Fuenmayor, and Sandra Ramos and an introductory essay by curator Amy Galpin. Recent Rollins College alumna Leah Sandler '15 and current student and Fred Hicks Fellow Meghan Beck '17 assisted with the publication.

    Event Link

  • Chuleta @Manifesta 8


  • Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz featured in Cherise Smith book

    Enacting Others: Politics of Identity in Eleanor Antin, Nikki S. Lee, Adrian ...
    By Cherise Smith c. 2011

  • CHULETA featured in MUACK blog


  • Collaboration with Elia Alba's "SUPPER CLUB" project makes headlines




    "Doobie Couture #2: GIVING FACE":
    Photographed by photographer Elia Alba, styled by Kenya Robinson, self appointed Latina Art Maven CHULETA takes to the street in a live, rare fashion photo shoot wearing items from the Sofia Velgara Collection.

    Friday, October 5, 5-8pm
    Pedro Albizu Campos Plaza
    Entrance on E 14th Street between Avenues B and C
    Featuring a performance of Doobie Couture by Wanda Ortiz and performance-duo Uniska Wahalo Kano & Jacob Cohen plus many of this year’s festival artists.


  • Upcoming Exhibtions Fall 2012

    Art in Odd Places 2012: MODEL, October 5-15, 2012.


    Oct 5, 2012 6-8pm at
    Pedro Albizu Campos
    Plaza on E 14th Street near Loisaida

    CHULETA will be LIVE on the STREETS of the LOWER EAST SIDE doing her anxiously awaited fashion photo shoot with award winning photographer Elia Alba. On Deck as Stylist is performance artist/provocatuer Kenya Robinson! not to be missed

    about AiOP:AiOP is an artist-led initiative to present art that stretches the possibilities of the public realm. It began at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, and migrated with Ed Woodham to New York, taking place years later in the LowerEast Side and East Village. Since 2008, the festival has taken place on 14th Street.

    UCF 2012 Facutly Exhibtion
    Orlando, Florida

    Opening Reception Performance
    "Bargain Basement Sovereign #3"

    October 18th 2012 6-8pm
    University of Central Florida
    Visual Art Building Gallery (VAB)

  • August 2012: North Carolina Museum of Art

    PROJECT 35
    August 19, 2012–June 2, 2013

    Project 35 is an eclectic compilation of works exploring video as a contemporary art medium. Selected by an international group of 35 curators, the videos in this yearlong series present the work of 35 contemporary video artists from around the world and demonstrate how important and far-reaching video is as a medium for contemporary artists.

    The series will be presented in four installments, changing every two months over the course of nine months, with eight to nine video art projects shown at a time. Among the artists included are Dan Halter (South Africa), Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz (U.S.), Zhou Xiachu (China), Kota Ezawa (Germany/U.S.), Ranbir Kaleka (India), Tracey Moffatt (Australia), Angela Detanico and Rafael Lain (Brazil), and Vartan Avakian (Lebanon). Individual works range in length from two to 26 minutes.

    The international perspective of this project is reflected in the wide-ranging topics addressed by the videos. Protests in South Africa, youth culture in Ho Chi Minh City, news broadcasts in China, and street crime in Bogotá are among the subjects explored. The series also reveals the diversity of approaches used by video artists, including documentary, YouTube, claymation, and digital animation. A recurring theme is the power of images and the role of the media in shaping collective experience. [Some material in this exhibition may be unsuitable for children. Parental discretion is advised.]

    Part I August 19–October 28, 2012
    Part II November 4, 2012–January 13, 2013
    Part III January 20―March 24, 2013
    Part IV April 2– June 2,

    |http://www.http://ncartmuseum.org/exhibitions/project_35/|Project 35 @NCMA|

  • *JULY 2012 Atlantic Center of the Arts residency #146*

    recent participant at the Atlantic Center of the Arts under the tutelage of Master Artist PEPON OSORIO

    fellow participants were

    Alma Leiva, Pam Butler, Tomie Seo, Tyson Robertson, Lavar Munroe and Kelly McCafferty, Jade Yumang

    atlantic center for the arts

  • Wanda Raimund-Ortiz @ FUSEBOX, AUSTIN TEXAS!!

    HYBRIDARTS/FUSE BOX festival 2012
    May 5, 2012

    12:30 PM- 1:30 PM: (Criticism)

    Salvador Castillo interviews artist Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz about her work as a visual artist creating personas to instigate critical conversations. Special attention will address some of the overarching themes of the “Ask Chuleta” YouTube series.

    FUSE BOX 2012


    Solo ESAS Mujeres:
    Documenting the Universal | Material
    Visit the Gallery
    March 17-May 5
    Opening Reception: March 21 6:30-9:30p

    Curated by iona rozeal brown and Veronica Jackson, this 25th Annual "Solo Mujeres" exhibition utilizes photography, watercolor, video, and mixed-media to explore aspects of female empowerment through documentation. The distinguished line up of artists includes:Nina Chanel Abney, Dawn Black, Zöe Charlton, Gina M. Contreras, Lisa Cortés, Martha Diaz, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Deborah Grant, Jessica Ingram, Nicole Markoff (Nicacelly), Kelly Ording, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz (Chuleta), Stephanie Syjuco, and Robyn Twomey.

  • Featured in BEFROIS blog



    Tuesday, June 21, 2011

    Lecture Hall 213 next to Pratt Manhattan Gallery
    144 West 14th Street, 2nd Floor
    New York, NY 10011

    ICI and Pratt Manhattan Gallery bring together Project 35 artists Beryl Korot and Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz and curator Raimundas Malasauskas to discuss their practices. Moderated by ICI Executive Director Kate Fowle, the panel will include conversations around the use of video as a format for the increasingly international dissemination of artists' ideas; how expanded presentation possibilities for single channel works has created new audiences; and the impact that these developments have on art production.

    This event is free and open to the public. To RSVP, please contact Chelsea Haines at chelsea@curatorsintl.org or 212-254-8200 x126. Find out more about the Project 35 Panel Discussion.

  • CHULETA mentioned in ART NEWS 2011

    "Biting the Hand that Feeds Them" by Carolina Miranda



    I am so happy to announce that I have been invited to create a sight specific mural in KOREA! more soon!

  • Mentioned in New York Times 2011

    As part of the STARGAZERS exhibition at the Bronx Museum of Art. Curated by Isolde Brielmaier


  • 2011 Recipient of the UCF Keeper of the Creed Award