Exhibition

PINTURA INMORTAL

GalleryMarch 20 – May 4, 2019    Adriana Ciudad | Alberto Lezaca | Alejandro Ortiz Mejia | Alejandra Seeber | Ana Moseri | Alberto Miani | Anthony Stark | Aníbal Vallejo | Armando Mariño | Carlos Jacanamijoy | Carlos Salazar Arenas | Catalina Mejía | Ernesto Soto | Fernando García Vásquez | Gabriel Silva | Giovanni Randazzo | Gustavo Niño | Harrison Tobón | Hansel Figueroa | Jaime Franco | Jeniffer Fonseca | Jorge Cabieses | José Horacio Martínez | Juan Rodríguez Varón | Juan Carlos Delgado | Laura Mora | Lina...

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Javier VANEGAS

"Extinto"


 

Space Project

March 20 - May 4, 2019

 

Debido a la pérdida de distancia y al exceso de proximidad, hoy somos incapaces de mirar el “mundo real” que nos rodea, aquel que deberíamos habitar, respetar y experimentar con todos nuestros sentidos. Hemos perdido la latencia que generaba el anhelo y el deseo de la experiencia. Debido a la mirada acelerada, la expectativa al igual que el respeto se han desvanecido. La trasmisión en directo, el streaming del mundo, ha hecho que lo privado caiga en agotamiento hasta convertirse absolutamente en público.

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LENGUAJES EN PAPEL

GalleryFebruary 2 – March 15, 2019      Adalbeto Calvo | Adriana Cuéllar | Alberto Miani | Alejandro Londoño | Alejandro Sánchez | Ana Isabel Díez | Ana Mosseri | Andrés Felipe Guerrero | Andrés Felipe Uribe | Andrés Layos | Andrés Matias Pinilla | Andrés Valles | Angélica María Zorrilla | Camilo Bojacá | Camilo Villegas | Carlos Salazar Arenas | Catalina Moreno | Daniel de la Hoz | Diego Hernández | Eduard Moreno | Edwin Monsalve | Eliana Morales | Emilio Gañán | Emma Anna | Ernesto Soto | Felipe Bedoya...

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Alejandro GARCÍA

“Topografía Salvaje” Space Project   February 2 – March 15, 2019     Alejandro García Restrepo’s work (Medellín, 1983) is a journey through emotional landscapes that emerge as a result of the combination and interaction of different aspects of nature. Anything that has not been incorporated into the domestic human universe or that grows and thrives naturally without human intervention is considered to be wild, which...

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MAESTROS


1st Floor Gallery

December 1 - January 19, 2019

 

With this annual exhibition, Galería El Museo pays homage to Colombian and Ibero-American artists that have defined the paradigms for the creation and development of art on the continent as representatives and protagonists of plastic arts, and whose works continue to be a reference for new generations.

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Alejandro OBREGÓN


2nd Floor Gallery

December 1 - January 19, 2019

 

Alejandro Obregón, son of a Spanish mother and Colombian father, was born in Barcelona in 1920, where he lived until the age of six, when he moved with his family to Barranquilla. After living in England, Spain, and the United States, he returned to Colombia in 1936 to work in the family textile factory in Barranquilla and then as a lorry driver in the Catatumbo Region. It was then that he decided to study painting and travelled to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Here he painted Winter in Boston (1936), a work that already evidenced the influence of the European avant-garde. From 1940 to 1944 he returned to his native Barcelona as the vice-consul of Colombia. In 1944 he moved to Bogota, the same year in which he participated in the Fifth National Salon of Artists. It was then, and during the following decade, that his work was made up predominantly of still lives such as Still Life of a Skull (1945), Three Glasses (1953) and Marine Fruit (1955), without forgetting the most avant-garde landscapes (Landscape, ca. 1945) that had strong and decisive brush strokes. Breaking with the fashion of traditional representation, Obregón shifted the way of thinking about painting among national artists and opened the way towards modernist painting.

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Freda SARGENT


Espacio Proyectos

Diciembre 1 a Enero 19 de 2019

 

Alejada de las vanguardias y de la crítica de la época, Freda Sargent (Londres, 1928) desarrolló un lenguaje propio que se debate entre lo figurativo y lo abstracto. Inspirada en la literatura y en la poesía, la artista explora problemáticas relacionadas con la pintura como lo son la composición, la luz y el color. Igualmente, se interesa por buscar referentes dentro del paisaje, el retrato, los bodegones, las atmósferas y la historia que la rodea desde hace muchos años en Colombia.

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Gonzalo FUENMAYOR

“Todos tenemos nuestra sombra”     1st Floor GalleryOctober 18 – November 24 de 2018       Gonzalo Fuenmayor’s work reflects the dual cultural influence that has inexorably marked his artistic practice: Hispanic and North American. His childhood and youth was spent in one of the cities that best embodies the essence of the Caribbean...

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Aurora LARIO

“Deseo”     Space ProjectOctuber 18 – November 24, 2018     The body is the visible and historical dimension of the person, and at the same time the physical, material and organic realm that embodies the soul and defines the person’s identity. This outer body is comprised of organs and limbs that perceive sensations and comprise communication channels that manage to express the different states of man, his feelings and...

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Fredy Saúl SERRANO

“Parlamento Natura” Space ProjectSeptember 15 – October 12, 2018 The suggestion to look around this exhibition is the following: read Saúl Serano´s work in a dreamlike way. However, the question lies in discovering the type of vision that the artist presents to us through his dreams. It could be pointed out that for medieval writers there were five ways to classify them: insomnium visions, those which lead us to stay awake at night, which...

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