Exhibitions

APERTURA 2020

Salustiano

09.10.2020 - 09.13.2020

A L G O Q U E D E C I R

Group show

05.22.2020 - 07.25.2020

Eros

Stefano Bonacci

01.11.2020 - 04.04.2020

 

 

 

 

Mise en abyme

Cristina Gamón

11.23.2019 - 01.04.2020

 

 

 

Open air art

Public and private outdoor spaces enhance their beauty with the installation of sculptures that interact with the environment integrating art into nature, no matter where we are.

Open air art is a new line of work that aims to satisfy the growing demand for outdoor sculptures. Of great relevance between curators and collectors, it already has a strong representation in international museums and foundations, in both public and private management.

Sculptures designed to be exhibited outdoors, to enhance private and public spaces. Lucia Mendoza art gallery has gathered works of internationally recognized artists that may be shown throughout the year, interacting with the environment, reflecting the time, playing with the nuances of colors and lights.

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Conociendo a Oliver Czarnetta

One week later, we dive into the world of  the German sculptor Oliver Czarnetta.

Oliver studied art history and philosophy and simply could not hold a position as a mere observer. His commitment to art was, is, much greater. His artistic proposal responds to a line of work resulting from the existential concern for the human being, to delve into how vulnerable, how suggestible or how brave we are in relation to ourselves, others and the environment. His artistic speech opens an intense debate, in which we invite you to participate.

Conociendo a Luna Bengoechea

Luna Bengoechea proposes a review of our feeding routines as well as the methods and techniques used in food production. Art becomes a media that tries to awaken our consciousness and stimulate reflection.
Bengoechea's work highlights the existence of the risks hidden in foods which we consume daily. In this foods that give us life and help us to continue with it, there is a certain danger, or at least some masked uncertainty.

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