“Latin Parade” Exhibition

Anita Shapolsky Gallery

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The Anita Shapolsky Art Gallery presents a diverse, multigenerational exhibition which questions expectations of “Latin Artists”. Here it is hoped that artists easily ‘paraded’ together would be seen for their disparate histories and, importantly, as individuals whose identities are as unique as their bold artistic styles. With ‘Parade’ Of Latin Artists, the AS Art Gallery is proud to continue its near 40-year tradition of creating space for artists from diverse backgrounds.

Rodolfo Abularach (Guatemala): Considered one of Latin America’s most distinguished Masters, Abularach has won international recognition with his dramatic, close-up depictions of the human eye.

Mario Bencomo (Cuba): Exhibited internationally, Bencomo’s work blurs the line between the intuitive and sensual aspects of perception, drawing inspiration from ambiguity.

Denise Carvalho (Brazil): Attempting to expand geometric forms into visual codes beyond language, Carvalho’s abstractions show a confluence between inscriptions and geophysical planes.

Pérez Celis (Argentina): While using blended raw emotion with piercing planes in a neo-expressionist style, Celis maintains elegantly balanced compositions which exhibit a tension between passion and reason.

Entes (Peru): With a long relationship with street art, Entes’s work displays the political and social events that have approached Latin America within a postcolonial perspective.

Agustín Fernandéz (Cuba): Internationally known surrealist Fernandéz is most recognizable for his balanced and often erotic imaginings, surreal juxtapositions, and metallic palette.

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Schedule

from October 06, 2021 to January 07, 2022

Website

http://www.anitashapolskygallery.com (venue's website)

Fee

Free

Venue Hours

From 11:00 To 18:00
Summer ats 2011: June: Tue – Fri 11 – 6pm. July: Tue – Thu 11 – 5 pm or by appointment
Closed on Mondays, Sundays

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Address: 152 E 65th St., New York City, NY 10065
Phone: 212-452-1094 Fax: 212-452-1096

Between Lexington and 3rd Ave. Subway: F to 63rd St, 6 to 68th St./Hunter College

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