0

Tania Pérez Córdova

Contour #1 . 2020

Contour #1 . 2020

+ Tina Kim Gallery

Pérez Córdova’s contemplative artworks relate to the temporality and lifespan of objects. She works with a wide range of materials such as bronze, glass, earth, and marble. In her sculptures, she often incorporates a variety of both natural and mass-produced items ranging from jewelry, volcanic ash, gun powder, bread, and money. Continue reading Tania Pérez Córdova

0

Eulàlia Rovira

Esmorteir l’esmorteït

Eulàlia Rovira . ​Esmorteir l'esmorteït etHALL afasia (1)

+ etHALL

It seems that the zenith gaze is the most powerful because from up there the ground is controlled. We say we have our feet on the ground as a sign of stability and sanity. We cling by gravity to the surface and under it we place the insurmountable, the infra-objects: the mines, the dead, the sewer, the societies that had already been and the imaginary of the underworld. Continue reading Eulàlia Rovira

0

Julia Haller

Untitled . 2020

Untitled . 2020

+ Galerie Meyer Kainer

The painter Julia Haller also revolves around some of these screws in her current work, although it seems to go against ideas of completeness, uniformity and coherence that have become historical. Haller seems to know that abstract painting can withstand a lot, it really only needs to be protected from those who want to save it. Continue reading Julia Haller

0

Juliana Notari

Diva . 2021

Juliana Notari. Diva . 2021 MAMAM afasia (1)

+ MAMAM

A obra desenvolvida na Residência, uma Land art, intitulada Diva, trouxe amplos debates sobre as questões do feminino, objeto de longa e profunda investigação da artista. Diva é um trabalho que alarga a reflexão para outras interpretações dos mais variados públicos. Continue reading Juliana Notari