Gabriel Delponte is a Miami based artist born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Gabriel is a self-taught visual artist. He has exhibited prolifically nationally and internationally. Some of his most important solo exhibitions are for the Argentinian Bicentennial at Centro Cultural Plaza Defensa, Camera de Comercio in Bogota, Perla Americana in San Juan, Paik Haek Young Gallery in Seoul, Karpio Gallery in San Jose and Urban Projects for the Arts in Miami.

In 2006, Gabriel was chosen as one of five artists by Clementine Gallery to exhibit his “Chorus” Installation at Rockefeller Center. He also received an honorable mention by the collection of the Amalia Lacroze Fortabat Museum in Buenos Aires.


His work has been published in “Inside Insight: Gallerien 1945 bis Heute” by Uta Grosenick and Raimar Strange among others. He was represented by Karpio Gallery in San Jose, Popiashvilli-Newman Gallery in New York City, and Paik-Haek-Young Gallery.

in Seoul, Korea.

His education was achieved by travel and the influence of art in contemporary society. This led him to an early encounter with contemporary art which allowed him to develop his own way of study and the creative process.






















Selected Bibliography and Publication















Artistas Argentinos en Miami, December 2014.

Noriega, David, “An artist’s big journey: Miami man sets site on bicycling through Japan” The Miami Herald, 2013.

“Yahoo noticias: Gabriel Delponte, artista invitado en el Bicentenario de la Independencia Argentina, 2009.

“Homenaje a Alfaro Siqueiros” El vocero, Puerto Rico, 2009.

Dario Chinchilla, “Idea y Seduccion” La Nacion, Costa Rica, January 2008.

Pablo Fonseca Q., La Nacion, Costa Rica, December, 2007.

Grosenick Uta, Raimar Stange “Inside Insight: Galerien 1945 bis Heute, Thames & Hudson, 2007

Wet2, Edge Zone3, Miami, 2006 (catalogue)

Bean, Shawn, “The Florida Contemporary,” Florida International Magazine, October 2004.

Diaz, Ronald V. “Trazos de Hombre y Soledad,” La Nacion, Costa Rica, September 2004

Souffan, David. Marie Claire Maison, “Une folie de couleurs” September 2004.

Flores, Tatiana. “The Armory Show,” Art Nexus, July 2004.

Vargas, Alejandra, “En la Gran Manzana,” Su Casa, May 2004.

Feinstein, Roni, “Miami Reports,” Art in America,” December 2003.

Fong, William, “Miami’s Rising Stars,” Sun Post, July 2003.

Rogers, Pat, “A Barn of Different Color Opens as New Art Venue for Summer,” The Southampton Press, June 2003.

Keil, Beth Landman, “Dish Upon a Star,” Hamptons Magazine, June 2003.

Bean, Sean, “Coming of Age,” Florida International Magazine, May 2003.

Austin, Tom. “Babylon,” Ocean Drive, March 2003.

Sirgado, Miguel. “Art Miami Amplia sus Horizontes,” El Nuevo Herald January 2003.

Carrara, Hernan. “What’s Up Miami?” Arte Aldia, January 2003.

Zablotny, Carl. “For the Love of the Art,” WIRE, August 2002.

Triff, Alfredo, “Summer’s Heavy and Light: Two Shows Take On Very Different Perspectives,” Miami New Times, August 2002.

Ocana, Damarys. “Review Of Effexor 75”, Street Miami. July 2002

Korman, Nina, “Calendar Pick: Argentinean Artist Gabriel Delponte , freeze…” Miami New Times. June 2002.

Stark, Andrew. “Urban Project For The Arts Brings Renowned Argentinean Artist To Miami Beach,” Entertainment News and Views. June 2002.




2015 / 2014 project Bridge me Japan. A year residency in Japan.  social bridge to connect people and ideas that are worlds apart.  explore and connect themes of communication, generational identity and transformation as the environment become the studio.




2014 Thirty years on the road, ArtCenter south Florida, Miami Beach, FL, USA.

2009 Avatar Mural, Cultural Plaza Defensa. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Perla Americana (public installation) El Viejo San Juan, Puerto Rico.

2008 Más Agujeros que Coherencia, Cámara de Comercio, Bogotá, Colombia

2007 San Miguel de Santo Domingo, Jacob Karpio Gallery, San José, Costa Rica

2006 Non Title, Paik Hae Young Gallery, Seoul, Korea

2004 Traveling Without Moving, Galeria Jacob Karpio, San José, Costa Rica

2003 Solo Installation, Jacob Karpio Galeria, San Jose, Costa Rica. Solo

2002 University Investments, Urban Project for the Arts, Miami Beach, FL, USA

Group Exhibitions



2013 Inventory 04,  Miami, Florida, USA

2010           Art Basel, Jacob Karpio Gallery, Basel, Switzerland

2009 Group Exhibtion, Museo Amalia Lacroze Fortabat, Buenos Aires, Argentina

2008 Art Basel, Jacob Karpio Gallery, Basel, Switzerland

Art Basel Miami, Jacob Karpio Galería, Miami Beach, FL, USA

2007 Arteba, Jacob Karpio Galería, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

ArteAmerica, Jacob Karpio Gallery, Miami Beach, FL, USA

2006 The Armory Show, Jacob Karpio Galería, New York, NY, US

Chorus Installation at ARTROCK 2006 in Rockefeller Plaza, Presented by Newman Popiashvili Gallery, Organized by Clementine Gallery and Hosted by Tishman Speyer, New York, NY, USA

Art Basel Miami, Jacob Karpio Galería, Miami Beach, FL, USA

Art Brussels, Jacob Karpio Galería, Brussels, Belgium

2005 The Armory Show, Jacob Karpio Galería, New York, NY, USA

Art Basel Miami, Jacob Karpio Galería, Miami Beach, FL, USA

Artissima: The International Fair of Contemporary Art, Presented by Popiashvili-Newman Gallery, Turin, Italy

Arco España, Jacob Karpio Galeria, Madrid, España.

Maco: México Arte Contemporáaneo, Presented by Popiashvili-Newman Gallery, México City, México

Art Brussels, Jacob Karpio Galería, Brussels, Belgium

2004 Art Basel Miami, Jacob Karpio Galería, Miami Beach, FL, USA

Amateur: camera buff, SUITE 106 Gallery, New York, NY, USA

Beautiful, Male, Objects, Sara Nightingale Gallery – Water Mill, NY, USA

México Arte Contemporáaneo, Presented by Popiashvili-Newman Gallery Mexico City, Mexico

The Armory Show, Jacob Karpio Galería, New York, NY, USA

Scope Art Fair, Presented by Yoo Projects, Los Angeles, CA

2003 Scope Art Fair, Presented by Yoo Projects, Miami, FL, USA

Turning Pages: South Florida Artist-Made Books, Miami Dade Community College Centre Gallery, Miami, FL, USA (Traveling show: Biennes Center in the Fort Lauderdale Library and the Jaffe Rare Books Collection at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL, USA)

William Fong Curatorial Projects – The Standard, Los Angeles, CA

Gabriel Delponte/George Perkins/Tao Rey, the Green Barn, curated by Edsel Williams of Edsel Williams Gallery (New York, NY, USA), Sagaponack, NY, USA

Drawing Conclusions, Dacra’s Buena Vista Building, curated by Nina Arias, Miami, FL, USA

2002 Freeze, curated by Mario Cader-Frech, sponsored by Starwood Urban

Dacra’s Buena Vista Building, curated by Billy Fong, Miami, FL, USA

Artissima 9, The International Fair of Contemporary Art in Turin, Italy, (represented by SUITE 106- New York, NY, USA)

Art Forum Berlin, Presented by Popiashvili-Newman Gallery (New York, NY, USA), Messe Berlin, Germany

The No Show Against Discrimination, Frederic Snitzer Gallery, curated by Robert Chambers, Coral Gables, FL, USA

The Miami Alphabet, Miami-Dade Public Library, Miami, FL USA(curated by Helen Kohen & Barbara Young)

Effexor 75, Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami Beach, FL USA