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- La Llegada de Apophis, Dhear & Smithe.
- The Arrival of: Apophis, Dhear & Smithe.
- Streetreport Hamburg, winter 2013
- Mr KERN in Sevilla
- All City Canvas Mexico City 2012.
- Espiralismo, Minoz.
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Category Archives: exhibition
Fifty24MX presents this weekend The Arrival of: Apophis by Dhear and Smithe.
I had the opportunity to visit the gallery last night and I must say that the work of these two young artists is incredible.
Apophis es un asteroide con una órbita cercana a la de la Tierra. El asteroide que pasará cerca de nuestro planeta en 2029 y 2036 podría chocar contra la Tierra en 2068. Así lo afirman especialistas de la NASA. Los expertos advierten que el acercamiento de Apophis, de unos 270 m de diámetro podría cambiar su órbita y conllevar a una colisión con la Tierra creando orificios en la atmósfera y un posible escenario apocalíptico.
Aphophis es el punto de inspiración de Dhear y Smithe, que presentan una nueva serie de obras inspiradas por este posible suceso futuro. Planteándose cómo un evento de esta magnitud podría cambiar el rumbo de la humanidad generando nuevas especies mutantes de flora, fauna y elementos cibernéticos. Para esta exposición presentan obras individuales y colaboraciones entre ambos mostrando su desarrollo y evolución en medios como graffiti, dibujo, pintura y escultura.
Dhear and Smithe will be presenting next week a show at Fifty24MX, The Arrival of: Apophis.
D: C/Pérez Galdós nº 1 Acc.
C.P. 41004 Sevilla (Zona Alfalfa-Encarnación)
H: Lunes a Sábados de 11:00 a 14:00 y 18:00 a 20:30
on the first days of September, FIFTY24MX presented this beautiful show, Espiralismo. This is the first solo show of Minoz, a young artist from Mexico. I had the opportunity to visit the gallery just a few weeks after the opening and I have to say that the show was shocking.
Here’s a few photo’s from Nelio’s recent exhibition at Gallery B15.
The exhibition showed a good mixture of paintings, photos, wood sculpture and print.
Have a look!
But first a few words from the gallery:
“The exhibition draws upon the ancient historical account of the tower of Babel.
The Babel tower was according to biblical accounts a tower built by a people in unison to reach the sky. But god new, that if the humans united their powers nothing would be to big a task. He hence confused the humans by giving them different languages. This account is the bibles rendering on the concept of different tongues.
Nelio has created works which fuses concepts and perceptions from ancient and strange cultures. Native tripes and rural concepts mingle with historic references, mythological understandings and subjective thoughts all refering to the account of the tower of Babel.
Nelio is one of the primary Street Artists from the 00′s. He is known from the cityscape of Barcelona, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam & Paris. The last couple of years his focus has been exploring the cities of southeast asia.
Now has come the time to show the works in front of a gallery audience. Nelio is 29 years old, and has Paris and Lyon as base.
He personally has this to say about what has influenced the work: “I like to see my artwork as a unknown language which can come from the past or the future, from humanity or any other civilization. For this reason I’m really attracted to primitive art, where you can find amazing abstract representations of the world. I also love the alphabet and symbols of old civilizations like the ancient Egyptians, the Maya. I have also been influenced by “futuristic” movements such as Suprematism, Cubism, Dadaism, Surrealism, De Stijl, Bauhaus, Op Art”..”
Nelio – Babel
10.08.12 – 04.09.12
Copenhagen S, Denmark
www.nelio.fr – www.galleryb15.dk
I finally got the chance to re-visit Amigo’s exhibition at Mohs exhibit, here in Denmark. This time with a memorycard in my camera! A lot of really nice work presented within illustration, sculpture and photo, but see for yourself:
From the gallery:
“Amigo comes from Marseille, south of France. He lives and works in Brussels in Belgium. He is not exclusively a drawer, painter or photographer, he investigates each technics to retranscribe the world sorrounds him.
Ironic study, unapproved by the scientists, of modern society. Cooking of ancestral symbols, ethnic rituals, and modern situations. A puzzle, not chronogical, ironic and offbeat of the human nature. He shows at the MOHS exhibit, the vision of a native in the city at the end of maya calendar, with some drawings, paintings, sculptures and photographies.”
Amigo – Post Ancestral
10.8.12 – 15.09.12
Copenhagen V, Denmark