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.
La Casa Encendida Fundación Montemadrid celebrates this year the XIX edition of Inéditos. As part of this programme, the curator Nuria Montclús presents the exhibition project La Cosa del Pantano: crítica(s) y poética(s) desde la aberración.
The work of Luna Bengoechea, one of our represented artists, is present in the exhibition with a selection of sculptures and drawings made in acrylic resin and photoluminescent ink drawings. Nuria Montclús develops a dialogue bringing the so known comic to our days and renewing it from the present time.