February 18th(Thu.) to March 31th(Wed.), 2010
11:00 - 19:00 (Closed on Mondays)
Place: GALERIA-Arts Space A (1F)
Organized by: GALERIA BP
Coordinated by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery
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Ana Mercedes Hoyos (Colombia)
Born in Bogota, Colombia in 1942 to architect Manuel Jose Hoyos,
she studied art at a very young age, often accompanying her father
to European museums to learn art history.
Educated at the University of the Andes and the National University in
Bogota, she also studied privately with Luciano Jaramillo, Juan Antonio
Roda, Arming Villegas and Marta Traba. Basing her work on the
complex reality of Colombian culture, she is equally expressive in
a variety of media. Through her painting, sculpture, print-making,
collage, photography and textiles runs a motif of saturated color,
magic and nature.
Hiraku Sato (Japan)
Born in Miyagi prefecture, Japan in 1960.
My Sho (Japanese calligraphy) works aren't a proper Sho yet.
They are only experiments in practicing this art.
A vigorous, vivid Sho is
a result of a constant, life-time effort so that it turns into a "living form".
As an homage to the great modern Sho artist, Yuichi Inoue I will keep
on searching the essence of
the artistic impulse, the artistic living power
that exists somewhere inside me
through a "Sho's Liberation
Eduardo Roca "Choco" (Cuba)
1949 Born in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
1963 Art Instructors School, Cuba
1970 National Art School, CubaFaculty of Art and Literature in the Havana University, Havana, Cuba
Jose Fors (Cuba)
1958 Born in Havana, Cuba,
1960 Moved to the United States.
1967 Traveled to Mexico, settling first in Guadalajara and later in Mexico City.
1976 Returned to Miami, Florida for three years to study anatomical drawing
with Roberto Martinez. His studies completed, he returned to Guadalajara,
Mexico, where he lives today.
1996 He officially became a Mexican resident.