STARS’ POWDER AND BEACH SAND

ISABELITA VALDECASAS

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ART MADRID'20

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THE DESIRE TO BE A DEER

MÒNICA SUBIDÉ

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STARS’ POWDER AND BEACH SAND

ISABELITA VALDECASAS

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Contemporary Art Fair

Outstanding Works

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Isabel Alonso Vega | Rojo

Isabel Alonso Vega

Rojo, 2018

Ink and methacrylate

40 x 40 x 13 cm

€3,500.00

Hugo Alonso | Untitled 07

Hugo Alonso

Untitled 07, 2018

Acrylic on paper

200 x 152 cm

Samuel Salcedo | Peace 1/2/3 (cada pieza)

Samuel Salcedo

Peace 1/2/3 (cada pieza), 2018

Resina de epoxy

70 x 60 x 65 cm

€9,320.00

Andrea Torres Balaguer | Swift

Andrea Torres Balaguer

Swift, 2018

Mixed media

123 x 95 cm

Carmen Calvo | A table

Carmen Calvo

A table, 2017

Mixed media on paper

49 x 34 cm

Okuda San Miguel | Grey Skull

Okuda San Miguel

Grey Skull, 2018

17-ink hand-printed by Inkvisible Prints on 220 g pink fabriano paper

70 x 50 cm

€400.00

Kepa Garraza | Felipe IV

Kepa Garraza

Felipe IV, 2016

Pastel sobre papel

200 x 140 x 2 cm

Rubén Martín de Lucas | República 12

Rubén Martín de Lucas

República 12, 2019

Obra gráfica impresa sobre papel Hahnemühle

74 x 61 cm

€350.00

Lino Lago | Pintura sobre pintura (Rojo sobre Voet)

Lino Lago

Pintura sobre pintura (Rojo sobre Voet), 2019

Óleo y poliéster sobre lienzo

50 x 41 cm

Yamandú Canosa | Poniente

Yamandú Canosa

Poniente, 2018

Oil on paper

42 x 29.7 cm

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23 may. 2019

exhibitions

AN INTERVIEW WITH ISABELITA VALDECASAS

Although Isabel began her pictorial trajectory in the world of figurative art, later she began to explore the expressive power of abstraction, with strong plasticity and the use of real materials extracted from the places she was visiting. Her latest series, "Cosmogonías", is an abstract expression of a moment of Genesis, a metaphor of the origin of life that coincides with a moment of change in her career. Today we interview this Sevillian painter and we approach her to know her work in a more personal way.
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19 may. 2019

exhibitions

BERENICE ABBOTT: THE VISUAL STORY OF A TIME OF CHANGE

In the 20s of the last century, Paris continued to have an undeniable power of attraction for the cultural movements of the time. And this was true although the United States, and especially New York, was beginning to emerge as a reference country in full artistic effervescence. The ravages of the successive wars tipped the balance of art in favour of North America, an extensive land, far from direct conflict, not yet worn down by the weight of history and with a promising future of multitudinous shows and film industry ahead.
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14 may. 2019

exhibitions

WHY DO WE STILL TALK ABOUT MONTMARTRE TODAY?

The fame of this place, a melting pot of creativity and a haven for uprooted and unorthodox art, still represents the Bohemian spirit of yesteryear, when it was the cradle of some of the most important pictorial movements of the 19th century. But what factors met in this neighbourhood to become what it was?
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