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

MANILA. Okuda San Miguel “Spiritual Boreal World” 4 august – 6 september 2019. Secret Fresh Gallery.

In his first exhibition in the Philippines, Okuda San Miguel will display a unique and exciting show full of color and positivism. At “Spiritual Boreal World” everyone will be delighted with a selection of amazing creations, from paintings to new sculpture designs. Okuda reflects [...]

HELSINKI. Alejandra Carles-Tolra “Where We Belong” Unti 1st september 2019. The Belonging to the Story . The Finnish Museum of Photography.

The Belonging to the Story exhibition hovers between reality and fiction and uses the techniques of contemporary photographic art to examine the way in which we cling to one another and the world, dream, create utopias, and imagine the future. The exhibition also explores [...]

PORTO. Picasso “Suite Vollard” Until 11 september 2019. Palacio das Artes.

Commissioned by the art dealer and publisher Ambroise Vollard, Pablo Picasso made one hundred etchings between 13 September 1930 and March 1937, which passed into the history of art under the name Suite Vollard. The set of 100 etchings appeared in 1939 in two [...]

BERLIN. “Dionisio González” Until 31 august 2019. Taubert Contemporary.

González shows in his works ‘surrealistic’ architecture in a natural landscape. His visionary constructions are close to Le Corbusier, projects of buildings made out of béton brut and futuristic visions of cities inspired by Japanese metabolism architecture especially Kenzo Tange and Kisho Kurokawa. But [...]

BERLIN. María Jauregui Ponte “Lumineszenzen “ Until 14 september 2019. Springer Galerie.

María Jauregui Ponte plays with light – and (almost) blindly! This creates images in which colors, lights and lines of light arise a mysterious world. However, her work is the result exactly planned photographic processes. While the Überstrahlungen series has emerged in the laboratory without [...]

NEW YORK. Isidro Blasco “Adrift Houses. Casas a la Deriva” 17 august – 8 september 2019. John Davis Gallery .

For the exhibition, Blasco has built a large installation of iconic New York City bridges. Entitled Adrift Houses, this sprawling construction presents an unsettling narrative that reaches beyond its architectonic origins. In reality, bridges are physical structures that allow us to move from one place to [...]