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Lucio Santiago - “Tokyo International Art Fair” 26-27 May 2017, HIKARIE HALL SHIBUYA.
Lucio Santiago | TIAF 2017
The GAA Ltd also known as the Global Art Agency presents the second edition of the "Tokyo International Art Fair" 26-27 May 2017, HIKARIE HALL SHIBUYA. The art fair features paintings, sculptures, photography art, illustration and multi media artworks by award-winning and top emerging artists. Giving Art Collectors and Art Enthusiast a once in a lifetime opportunity to buy art directly from the artist that has travelled all the way to Tokyo. A unique experience for both visitors and exhibitor, at the fabulous Hilarie Shibuya.   Fuente: http://www.tokyoartfair.com/tokyo-art-fair-2016/
Mitología Ambigua del Placer | Lucio Santiago Desde la edad de cinco años, Lucio Santiago, entro al maravilloso mundo del arte gracias a su padre quien desde esta edad lo llevó a visitar varios museos, aunque para el propio Lucio era incomprensible lo que veía en ellos. Pero fue hasta los catorce años cuando el joven Lucio decidió acompañar a su padre en ferias de arte que se realizaban en América y Europa. Lucio nació en la ciudad de Oaxaca, a los 16 años asistio a su primer taller de fotografía en el Centro Fotográfico Manuel Alvarez Bravo. Ese mismo…
Selma Holo USC Fisher Museum of Art and Dornsife International Museum Institute (IMI) cordially invite you to celebrate the opening of MONTARlaBestia Sunday, March 19, 2017 at 1:00 p.m.   We wish to invite you to the inauguration of the project inspired in migration: Exhibition "Montar la Bestia" that will be hosted by the Fisher Museum of Art in Los Angeles, California, on March 19th. For the people that are traveling to the US, don't miss this magnificent event that hosts the work of 55 artists and 40 poets in an incredible miniature train by Gabriel Macotela. Galeria Nudo will…
The Found and the Made Alan Siegel It has been said that the role of the artist is to point out what is beautiful in the world. “Found art” is seeing something extraordinary in the ordinary. Many pieces in the show have required very little actual work on my part. They are the result of lucky finds made while searching through piles of discarded parts of trees. Other pieces are the result of many hours of “making.” A piece I call Dance is the result of two found pieces that met in my studio and hit it off. Perhaps we…
February 11, 2017 - March, 15th, 2017 Galeria Nudo, San Miguel de Allende, Gto.   Participating artists: Alejandro Santiago Rogelio Manzo Casa IAGO / Francisco Toledo Lucio Santiago Gabriel Macotela Demian Flores Jorge Pinzon Phil Kelly
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To Riding the Beast: Macotela + Flores Galería Nudo. From 16 December The sleepers feed among them rotting overcome with sleep, they water the petals until they become poppies on the tracks. —Mardonio Carballo   To Ride the Beast. Macotela + Flores is an event to raise funds for this show to continue its travels. There are twenty works on sale—ten by each artist—all of which have value for their artwork in painting, drawing and graphics. Gabriel Macotela and Demián Flores stand out in today’s art world in Mexico for their quality and their commitment to social justice. When you…
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 Sanctuaries y Archetypes   A short selection of two long pictorial series converge in this show by Cristian Pineda. Both seek an essence: Sanctuaries is the search within nature; it is an attempt to conceive one’s body as a sanctuary, part of the natural world and organically integrated into the living planet and its substance. Human anatomy and its functions become sacred by being part of the cogs of the universe, but beyond that, thanks to the intellect, the body becomes the sounding board of the universal wonder that surrounds us and that becomes us. On the other hand, Archetypes…
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Visceral We cry out at birth because we have seen death. Cardoza y Aragón   The great Mexican muralist, David Alfaro Siqueiros, developed what he called “sculpainting”, to intensify the effects of the mural, which meant working reliefs on the walls that he would later paint over, using plaster, asbestos, cement or other materials. Rogelio Manzo’s intentions are sculptural too, yet he has reduced the sculptural volumes to layers that use whatever medium to add form until he achieves the final piece that he transforms into ultra low reliefs, textured and with many visual levels, transparencies and backgrounds. What Manzo…