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Boca Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
T: 561.392.2500 F: 561.391.6410
Email: info@bocamuseum.org

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Saturday & Sunday
Wednesday


10AM - 5PM
NOON - 5PM
10AM - 9PM

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Exhibition Images

The World According to Federico Uribe Exhibition

September 21 through December 4, 2011
Click on thumbnail images below for a larger, print-ready image.

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Albinos, 2006, puma shoes, 72 X 36 X 12 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Bull, 2008, wood and shoe soles, 96 x 72 x 36 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Dog, 2009, color pencils and plastic fasteners, 24 x 12 x 36 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Sunflower, 2009, plastic flip flops, 20 inches high, 70 diameter inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Horse, 2008, wood shavings and crutch, 96 X 72 X 48 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Intellectual, 2008, wood and books, 66 X 60 X 24 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Key, 2008, wood and corks, 48 X 66 X 30 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Mother, 2009, color pencils and plastic fasteners, 63 x 25 x 42 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Mule, 2008, wood and shoes, 78 x 60 x 30 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Obeja Negra, 2011, 97 X 97 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Red Mangrove, 2010, books, 89 inches high, 40 diameter inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

FEDERICO URIBE (Columbia, born in Bogota, 1962- ), Traffic, 2011, wood, oil and bicycle tires, 192 X 96 inches. Courtesy of Now Contemporary Art

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