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The Sculpture Exhibition by Ibero-American Artists

From : December 18th to 28th, 2014 at 2F Art-Lobby
Organized by: PROMO-ARTE Gallery
 

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Exhibition Hall


Exhibition Hall


Exhibition Hall


Exhibition Hall


Exhibition Hall



Exhibition Hall


Exhibition Hall


Exhibition Hall


Ana Mercedes Hoyos
"Lemon"
bronze, 2001, 30x43x43cm,

Abel Barroso
"Reconciliacion"
40 cm x130 cm x20cm, Woodblock , 2013

   

■About the Artists

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Abel Barroso (Cuba)

Born in Pinar del Rio of Cuba in 1971. Graduated from National Fine Art School in 1990 and National Art Institute in 1995. He is extending solo exhibitions all over the world and also participating in group exhibitions enthusiastically. He presents electronical problems in analogue method(handmade) as woodprint.
 

Gustavo Ve´lez (Colombia)

Born in Medellin of Colombia. After educated drawing in Art Institute of Medellin, learned sculpture in Italy. His works are characterized by elegant curved lines and they present eternal pleasure to us. We can feel potential power of Colombian Contemporary Art from his works.

         


Ana M. Hoyos (Colombia)

Ana Mercedes Hoyos is one of the most outstanding figures in present day Colombian art. Her work has been the subject of three previous book s, received a wide critical commentary and figured in publications like Art News, Newsweek, Time and Art in America.
 

Julio Goya (Argentina)

Born in Buenos Aires of Argentina in 1953. Graduated from the institute of National University of Art in Argentina. He has participated in many exhibitions and art fairs in Argentina and overseas. Received "2nd great award of Rodin" in Utsukushi-ga-hara open-air Museum, great award of International Contemporary Sculpture of Art in Fuji Sankei Biennial exhibition and incentive award of Art of Okinawa Times. Resides in Okinawa now.

   
Manuel Velazquez (Mexico)

Manuel Velazquez was born in Chiapas, Mexico, and later on vent to college in Xalapa, Veracruz, where he now lives and works. The rich and pre-Columbian history of these two Mexican states come alive through his artwork. These territories still draw respect and admiration in the present times. Since his childhood he would be exposed to amber-the natural resin in trees, and some of the pips actually recall light amber, or the more yellow/brown material, and some even seem to reveal fossils.
  Arturo Berned

Madrid, Spain, 1966.
During his student years he was granted several scholarships which he enjoyed in London, Turin and Oxford. He took his first professional steps while living in these cities, which were later to have a clear influence on his creative process.
As an architect he has carried out his professional activity mainly in Mexico, England, Italy and Spain.
   
Edison Osorio Zapata (Venezuela)

Born in Caracas of Venezuela. He spent almost of his childhood in Australia. Graduated from The Australian National University. Having an opportunity to come in touch with Japanese art and culture, he came to complete Master's degree course of Tama Art University. His field is very wide from photo-media to glass works and he exhibit his works in both solo and group exhibitions in Australia and Japan. Now resides in USA.
     


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