Alejandro Almanza

Wednesday, March 16th, 2011

Ahead and beyond of everyone’s time, space and rhythm, 2009. Table, Silverware, chinaware, candles, cutlery, flowers, napkins, cups, vase, table top, chandeliers, disco ball.

Risk and Tension. It seems that Alejandro Almanza likes to keep viewers on their toes. Working mostly with construction materials and domestic interiors, Almanza creates situations of stress through sculpture and installations; a house of cards that precariously threatens to fall or break. Danger seems to be a constant in his work, as well as the exploration of materials and our perceptions of them. How can a set of light bulbs hold a cinderblock? Through his work we realize that the most fragile materials, can also be the strongest ones. [...]

Interview with Aggtelek

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Aggtelek - Polymorphous

Finishing off DaWire’s one year week-long celebration, today we are revisiting the very first artist interview conducted for the site, featuring a conversation with the Spanish artist collective Aggtelek (Gema Perales and Xandro Vallés, 1978, Barcelona). This interview kicked off a series of conversations that have included artists such as Wilfredo Prieto and Victor Vázquez.[...]

Bojan Sarcevic

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

Bojan Sarcevic work lies between the purely ornamental and the architectural. Through sculpture, video and collage, the artist creates structures that are approximations to architecture without ever building anything.[...]

Jeff Carter

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Jeff Carter’s work is concerned with the exploration of ideas related with contemporary tourism and nomadism, frequently using ‘non-materials’ such as IKEA furnishings and crate boxes.[...]

Angela de la Cruz

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Angela de la Cruz’s brutally forces us to consider the relationship between painting and scultpure, inserting a performative element with the destruction and/or transformation of the canvas.[...]

Steve Schepens

Friday, March 26th, 2010

Steve Schepens’ current exhibition at Galerie Van de Weghe in Antwerp is perhaps all too horrifying, but in a good way. It’s not meant to create the type of horror or disgust we find in genre films, but more the kind related to the impalpable; the object and its relationship to space, and the ways we perceive it. In fact, all of Schepens’ work is titled HORROR, with some additional subtitles or numbers, but why this insistence?[...]

Bobby Cruz and Carlos Rubio at Galería Yemayá

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

Artistic expression achieves its greatest freedom in the studio, a space devoid of curatorial parameters, where the artist dispenses with formal and rigid canons to play and experiment with different materials. In the exhibition Por la libre at Galería Yemayá, this artistic experimentation rooted in the studio is taken to the gallery for artists Bobby Cruz and Carlos Rubio, providing an unrestrained space for creativity and personal expression.[...]

Jorge Pineda

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

The happiest times of our lives are sometimes tarnished by society, making it harder for our youth to adjust. At times children make up invisible characters and construct masks so they can hide their fears. Personified in a cartoonish way, Jorge Pineda’s characters portray these violent and at sometimes destructive ways.[...]

Yoan Capote

Monday, February 8th, 2010

Yoan Capote received his education in Painting at the Instituto Superior de Arte in Havana. It was later that he introduced sculpture into his discourse, interested in the use of materials and the possiblities of interaction of public and object.[...]

Aggtelek at Luis Adelantado Valencia

Monday, January 4th, 2010

Luis Adelantado Gallery in Valencia presents the second solo show for Aggtelek (Gema Perales and Xandro Vallés) titled Slash Theater of My Mundo opening Thursday January 21st 2010.[...]


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