Sutulov was born in Concepcion, Chile in 1962. He
attended the Institute of Contemporary Art in Santiago from 1980 to 1984 and
continued his study of art at the College of Fine Arts, University of Utah from
1985 to 1987.
From 1988 to 1990 he worked and
collaborated at artist co-op Art Space and Stonehenge in Salt Lake City, where
he researched hand built techniques with stoneware, porcelain, wood and metal.
Later on, he was invited to work as an independent artist at the University of
New Mexico Printmaking Department in Albuquerque from 1990 to 1992, where he
was able to experiment with various printing techniques such as: intaglio,
woodcut, lino-cut, relief work at general including viscosity printing,
lithography, silkscreen, and mono-type.
He continued his graphic work where he
specialized in the use of positive and negative photo transfer lithographic
plates for hand-printed limited editions at Black
& Blue Press, Golden, New Mexico. In parallel with graphic artist
Michael Gienger, Atelier Sutulov-Gienger
was created from 1992 to 1994
in Albuquerque, New Mexico. From 1994 to 1996 he divides
his work between United States and Chile where he introduces digital art
techniques into his graphic work, producing his first digital murals at Folio-D
in San Diego, California.
Since 1990 he showed several graphics work
in selected Group and Solo Exhibitions in Argentina, Australia, Canada, Chile,
China, Dominican Republic, England, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Poland, Slovenia, South Africa,Taiwan and United States.
Since his return to Chile in 1994, the
artist has been part of a variety of corporate and institutional art projects
such as: Gasco Energy Sculpture (2000) commissioned by Gasco Gas Company
in Santiago, and the History of Chilean Mining Mural
(2005), three storey high digital mural commissioned by Chilean Bureau of Mines
and the University of Concepción.
The artist studio is currently devoted to a wide range of visual art projects regarding both institutional and corporate entities in the realm of public art encompassing sculpture, digital murals and permanent public art installations. His current project is in collaboration with visual artist Hugo Marin concerning the exhibition of four murals titled: “The Andes: Vertical Column of America” celebrating Andean world bicentennial year to be exhibited during October through December 2010 at Sala Gasco, Santiago, Chile.