PARTICIPACIÓN EN "ART LISBOA 2009" CON LA GALERÍA ARANA POVEDA-PROYECTO ARTE DE MADRID. La obra colgada es "Traffic-men" (300x180cm). 15 xilografías de 60x60 de las que se han editado 10 ejemplares más dos p/a.
Otras obras presentadas: CABEZA- MATISSE y CABEZA-BACON.
Presento obras realizadas sobre pvc, puntasecas, técnicas aditivas e intervención manual que trabajé este verano en mi estancia en Cerdeña (Italia) en el Casa Falconieri, en la beca concedida, precisamente en Estampa’08,
Muestro obras de la serie “Cosas en la cabeza” ya que todo lo que pensamos y creamos está dentro de una cabeza.
The 28th Biennial of Graphic Arts is a multifaceted event with a long tradition; it consists of a number of exhibitions as well as other happenings. Once again, the Biennial's central exhibition, The Matrix: An Unstable Reality, on view for two months in Ljubljana galleries, will focus on contemporary graphic art in the broadest sense of the term. At the invitation of the International Centre of Graphic Arts, which proposed the theme of the main show, this idea was further developed and shaped by Galerija Alkatraz, Galerija Ganes Pratt, Galerija Jakopič, Galerija Kapsula, and Galerija Škuc, which are also serving as venues for the Biennial. Alongside the central exhibition, the 28th Biennial of Graphic Arts includes as well the Artist's Book Salon, the traditional exhibition for the winner of the Grand Prize from the previous Biennial, and a number of accompanying exhibitions.
The Matrix: An Unstable Reality
The exhibition responds to certain vital questions for society and art raised by the cult movie trilogy The Matrix. Does a medium stay the same once it incorporates new technologies in its discourse? Does this increase the audience for art? What is the social power of those who possess the matrix? Is the possession of the matrix enough to also justify exclusive reproduction rights? Can we create a perfect world, whether real or virtual? The exhibition offers a selection of more than eighty internationally established and emerging artists. Their work extends from traditional and contemporary printmaking to artist's books and interventions in the public space, in the mass media, and on computers.artists: Armenia: Vahram Aghasyan, David Kareyan, Austria: Sabine Bitter & Helmut Weber, Klaus Schafler, Australia: Tracey Moffatt, Bulgaria: Ivan Moudov, Checz Republic: Ján Mančuška, Croatia: Igor Eškinja, Ivan Fijolić, Iva Kovač, Jelena Kovačević, Ana Lozica, Ines Matijević Cakić, Marko Tadić, Denmark: Jesper Fabricius, Finland: Therese Sunngren, France: Société Réaliste, Space Invader, Great Britain: Patrick Ward, Iran: Afsoon, Italy: Eva & Franco Mattes, Cesare Pietroiusti, Japan: Taiyo Kimura, Nana Shiomi, South Korea: Lee Chul Soo, P. R. China: Bu Hua, Ye Funa, Zhang Minjie, Columbia: Carlos Motta, Kosovo: Jakup Ferri, Alban Muja, Hungary: Hungarian Double-tailed Dog, Macedonia: Nada Prlja, Mexico: Julieta Aranda, Betsabee Romero, Germany: Adrian Sauer, Nasan Tur, Nicaragua: Maria Alicia Zamora Noguera, Norway / Sweden: Jorgen Craig Lello & Tobias Arnell, Pakistan: Sameera Khan, Poland: M-City, Małgorzata Etber Warlikowska, Russia: Chto Delat (Dmitry Vilensky), Slovenia: Nika Autor, Viktor Bernik, BridA (Sendi Mango, Jurij Pavlica, Tom Kerševan), Ksenija Čerče, Vuk Ćosić, Vesna Drnovšek, Samuel Grajfoner, Dejan Habicht, Ištvan Išt Huzjan, Matej Košir, Borut Krajnc, Tanja Lažetić, Nika Oblak & Primož Novak, radioCona, Katja Sudec, Miha Štrukelj, Tomaž Tomažin, Huiqin Wang, Serbia: Ivan Grubanov, Dejan Kaludjerović, Jelena Sredanović, Katarina Zdjelar, Spain: Juan Perez Agirregoikoa, Fernando García, La Más Bella, Francesc Ruiz, Ignacio Uriarte, Moises Yagües Fernandez Turkey: BAS / Bent, Ahmet Ögüt, USA: Anita di Bianco, JustSeeds, Nicola López, Swoonart director: Božidar Zrinskicurators: Gülsen Bal & Alenka Gregorič, Petja Grafenauer, Jadranka Ljubičič and Tadej Pogačarvenues: International Centre of Graphic Arts, Gallery Alkatraz, Gallery Ganes Pratt, Gallery Jakopič, Gallery Kapsula, Gallery Škuc
This group exhibition by Spanish artists Miguel Villarino, Ana Alberca, Marina Anaya, Eva Poyato and Moises Yagües pays tribute to original prints and art editions by showcasing a variety of printing techniques in use today. Art editions make seemingly inaccessible works of art accessible without compromising their originality. ContributorDescription To Print or not to Print, a group exhibition featuring works by several Spanish artists using the fine art print as media to express their art. As we encounter each of the artists works, we are able to discover and appreciate many of the different printing techniques used today, from the most plain and old ones, such as the woodcuts of Miguel Villarino, through the lithographies of Manel Anoro, the drypoints of Ana Alberca and etchings of Marina Anaya, to the mixed techniques that combine many different ones and use new materials to obtain unseen effects by Moisés Yagües and Eva Poyato. All of these artists have used and currently use other media to produce their art. However, to some, original prints are only a smaller part of their creations, whereas to others, they constitute their main body of work. But sure, in both cases they must have asked themselves: to print or not to print? In a world where originality and uniqueness are considered the most precious qualities of collectors’ items, art editions appear as a mid point between these, allowing art to be at the reach of young collectors who start immersing themselves in this arena. Art editions have contributed since they appeared in history, and still do, to make the works of great masters, renowned artists and emerging ones more accessible so that art in general be more accessible….. without giving up the originality of each work. With this show, EV Gallery pays tribute to original art prints and re-opens its gallery in a new space after three months of pause.