New York 10019
Collective exhibition, curated by Karen Huber featuring a selection of artists, some represented by her gallery in Mexico City, as well as others, chosen for their connectivity with the theme of the show. Artists are from Mexico, Cuba, Argentina, Italy and Venezuela.
In her works Adriana Minoliti looses the lines and curves (identity), of the male and female bodies, creating geometrical forms that don’t really specify the sex; they loose their identity but gain equality or the possibility of being of the other sex that we might be unable to define….Floria Gonzalez in her video, both characters start to loose themselves in time, time can be an eraser to someones memory; Daniel Horowitz takes old pages of books, or surrealist images in his mind and makes an interpretation of the situation with psychological and surrealist changes into the original forms; Marcos Castro’s engravings are like the end of a sunset in a beach were you can’t see much but the last rays of light and what its done at the end of the day, and so on with each artist.
January 17th, 2015 – February 14th, 2015
Opening Reception on Saturday, January 17th from 6 to 9 pm
Curated by Karen Huber from Galeria Karen Huber, a contemporary art gallery in Mexico City.
Featuring: Alessia Armeni, Nadia Baram, Marcos Castro, Floria González, Daniel Horowitz, Eugenia Martínez, Adriana Minoliti, Rafael Uriegas, Leslie Sardiñas and Alexis Zambrano