Past Expositions2018-03-08T17:40:13+00:00

LONDON. Lorena García Mateu “Splendour among shadows” 26 august – 19 september 2020. Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery.

Statuesque horses appear half hidden in thick swathes of colourful fabric while canvases of painted hands reach through backgrounds of vibrant flora. Bringing together the sculptural work of London-based artist Richard Stone and Spanish artist Lorena García Mateu’s paintings, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery presents A [...]

LONDON. Los Bravú “Unflappable” 20 – 29 august 2020. Unit 1 Gallery.

Unflappable is a rare body of work – completed in the months of the COVID-19 global crisis. To describe the artist duo is to allow for disruption and continuity to exist together, to perceive the static vagabond. Diego Omil & Dea Gómez are partners in [...]

NEW YORK. Cristina Ban Ban “Tigre y Paloma”may – july 2020. 1969 Gallery.

The exhibition title comes from “El poeta pide a su amor que le escriba…” (trans. “The poet asks his love to write”), a poem by renowned Spanish poet Federico García Lorca from his famous work Sonetos del Amor Oscuro (trans. Sonnets of Dark Love). [...]

AMSTERDAM. Spanish artists participating in “Summer Exhibition” 4 – 25 july 2020. Galerie Mokum.

Galerie Mokum is devoted to contemporary art and it was founded in 1962. This gallery played an important role for the development of post-war realist Dutch paintings. Today it is still very influential, representing both Dutch and foreign artists, among whom are, in addition [...]

BERN. Pedro Déniz “WHITE SHIRT” 5 – 19 july 2020. Dreiviertel.

“Another panorama of the “cold war” with false information and demonstration of forces. Therefore, the use of black and white flags that colonize the periphery of a body (the body as a metaphor for individual geography, also as a border) hidden behind a cape. [...]

AMSTERDAM. Martí Sawe “DontGiveADamns” 27june – 31 august 2020. Marian Cramer Projects.

DontGiveADamns is an eclectic selection of 18 international artists whose creative practice carries the “f**k it!” attitude at some level. Whether approaching the rendering of their visuals loosely, being purposely careless or sloppy about the technical aspect of their work, or resolutely trying to [...]