A curated group exhibition where six international artists explore the poetic and emotional interpretations of the gestualism, abstractionism and expressionism in the contemporary painting. Exhibition on view June 29 - August 18, 2017

  • Celina Jure was born in Jujuy, Argentina, in 1963. Studied at the P. Pueyrredón National School of Fine Arts Buenos Aires, (Argentina); Ecole des Beaux Arts Nîmes, (France) and from 1992 to 1996 at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf (Germany) with Gotthard Graubner. She has shown her works in Europe, Latin America and USA. Celina Jure has had exhibitions in several museums and art institutions such as: Field Institute Raketenstation Hombroich, (Germany); Kulturforum Alte Post Neuss, (Germany); Lokal-int Biel, (Switzerland); Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Salta, (Argentina); Kunstverein Ravensburg e.V. (Germany) Sala Rivadavia, Cádiz (Spain); Proa Foundation Buenos Aires, (Argentina) and the Baden Museum, Solingen(Germany). She lives and works in Düsseldorf and Buenos Aires.
  • Eduardo Capilla (Argentina,1960). Works and lives between Buenos Aires and Miami. He trained in the arts, since the year 1970 ha has attended stained glass, printmaking and ceramics workshops. 1977, begins to exhibit his work both in solo and group shows. Since 1983, he is in charge of the research project “Noción” which has resulted in numerous exhibitions in public spaces around the country and abroad, anonymously and for non-profit organizations, with participating artists such as: Jorge Romero Brest, Erika Escoda and Bengt Oldenburg, funded by Secretary of Culture of Argentina and private institutions. His project “Nocion” inspired several of his more renowned public shows and out door exhibitions such as: Parque Libres del Sur, Chascomús City, Argentina (1986); “Cuadrados Ablandados”, Plaza de Mayo, Buenos Aires and  “200 Cuadrados Azules”, a simultaneous performance / exhibition in Caracas, Venezuela and Buenos Aires (1987); “Noción NY”, Central Park. NY (1988). “Columns Noción”, Palermo Park, Buenos Aires (1994);  “Columns Noción II”, Plaza San Martín, Buenos Aires (1995); “+ Bien” public installation along the streets of Buenos Aires and its suburb areas. Selected Recent Solo Exhibitions: 2006, “Paintings” at Braga Menéndez Arte Contemporáneo. 2007, “Ego X Geo” live performances at MACRO Museum (Museo de Arte Contemporaneo – Rosario), Argentina. 2009, he produces a duo show with artist María Medica, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires and he shows “Estado” at Braga Menéndez Arte Contemporáneo. He is awarded by the “Salón Nacional de Pintura” Argentina. 2014, “Cinco”, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aires. 2015, “Estar a 45 Grados”, Galeria Cecilia Gonzales, Lima, Peru; and Trans-visual Express at Dot Fiftyone Gallery, Miami.
  • Gonzalo Fuenmayor was born in Barranquilla, Colombia in 1977. He received an MFA from School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA in 2004, and a BFA in Fine Arts and Art Education from School of Visual Arts in 2000, where he was awarded a full tuition scholarship from the Keith Haring Foundation. He has been awarded numerous awards including a 2015 South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists, Traveling Fellowship by the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 2014, first prize at the 6th Bidimensional Salon at Gilberto Alzate Avendaño Foundation in Bogotá, Colombia, 2013, and a Silas Rhodes Family Award in 2000.  Fuenmayor has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows in USA, Latin America and Europe; his work was recently showcased in a solo exhibition “Tropical Mythologies” at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in 2015, at the "Caribbean Crossroads" Exhibition at the Queens Museum, NY, "Florida Contemporary 2011" at the Naples Museum, among others. Recently, in  2016, he had two solo shows at Dolby Chadwick Gallery in San Francisco, CA and at El Museo Gallery in Bogota, Colombia. Among his projects for 2017 is a solo show at Dot Fiftyone Gallery in Miami.  He currently lives and works in Miami, FL and is represented by Dot Fiftyone Gallery, Miami and Dolby Chadwick Gallery, San Francisco. 
  • Hernán Cédola was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1977, he is a contemporary self-taught Argentine painter. Currently he lives and works in Tolosa, Argentina. Since 2004 he has been showing his work in solo and group exhibitions. Solo exhibitions (selection):“Slow in my shadow”, Dot Fiftyone Gallery, USA, 2016.“Moving States, Ateliers” Höherweg e.V., Düsseldorf, Alemania, 2015. “Untergehen”, Dot Fiftyone Gallery. Miami - USA, 2013.“Naturaleza Muerta”, Braga Menéndez arte contemporáneo. Buenos Aires - Argentina, 2011. “La posibilidad de un vacío”, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario. Rosario, Argentina, 2011. “Un silencio aparente”, KBK Arte Contemporáneo. DF - Mexico, 2010. “Timeless”, Dot Fiftyone Gallery. Miami - USA, 2009. “Estudios para óleo y grabado”, Zavaleta Lab Arte Contemporáneo. Buenos Aires - Argentina, 2007. “Serie”, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano. La Plata - Argentina, 2004. In 2010 he was invited to take part in a collective exhibition called Abstraction Revisited in the Chelsea Art Museum, New York, together with Joan Mitchell, Lee Krasner and Robert Motherwell. Schorlarship: 2015 – Aterlier Höherweg e.V., Düsseldorf, Germany.( Artist in residence). 2006, Beca Nacional en Artes Plásticas del Fondo Nacional de las Artes.
  • Omar Barquet was born 1979 in Chetumal, México; he holds a degree in Fine Arts from "La Esmeralda", the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking in Mexico City, where he has lived and worked since 2000. Barquet has received numerous awards including the Young Artists Fellowship in painting and printmaking from FONCA (Mexico), the MACG - Bancomer Arte Actual Grant in 2009. He was awarded in various artist-in-residency, incluiding CAPACETE in Rio de Janeiro, Casa Tomada, Sao Paulo, both in Brazil, also in MAAS, NYC, and Tupac, Lima, Perú and recently The fountainhead Residency in Miami. His works were selected for the XV and XVI Tamayo Museum’s Painting Biennial. During his career Barquet established the Second Floor Art Collective with Jose Luis Landét, Agustín González and Moris. Since 2011 he acts as the Project Coordinator for Re Cover, a Mexico City music and art exhibition. He also founded Grama Ruina, a trio for sound experimentation with composer Fernando Soberanes and musician Javier Loyola. His work has been shown in national and international museums and galleries including solo shows at the Mandragoras Art Space, New York; the Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Mérida; the Kunsthalle, Sao Paulo; the Christinger de Mayo Gallery, Zürich, amongst others. His work is represented by Arroniz Gallery, México City and Dot Fiftyone Gallery, Miami.
  • Douglas Rodrigo Rada was born in La Paz, Bolivia, in 1974. He has participated in exhibitions in different countries, including Australia, Chile, Spain, the USA, Brazil, China, Argentina and México. In 2003 he participated in the Residency Program at APEXART- New York, USA. In 2005 he was awarded the First Prize at the SIART Biennale in Bolivia. In 2008 he was part of the BATISCAFO artist residency in La Habana, Cuba; and showed works at VIDEOARDE curated by Laura Baigorri at the Spanish Cultural Centre. In 2010 he participated in the group exhibition “BOLIVIA: Los caminos de la escultura”, at Fundación Simón I. Patiño and was invited to the URRA art residency, Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2011 he was part of MIAMICITO curated by Raquel Schwartz in Dot 51 Gallery, Miami USA; in the Retrospective of SIART Biennale at AEC Contemporary Art Space, Montevideo, Uruguay; and in FASE3, in the Recoleta Cultural Space, Buenos Aires Argentina; He also showed at NAVI project in the Mercosul Biennale; in 2012 he participated in the exhibition ORGANO in the Gallery 7 13 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and won a prize in the Biennale of Santa Cruz de la Sierra in Bolivia; In 2013 he participated in THE HANDJOB curated by Alan Phelan at the Oonagh Young Gallery in Dublin, Ireland; and along with Alejandra Dorado curated the 3rd Triennal of performance CIMIENTOS at the Centro Simon I. Patiño in Cochabamba, Bolivia.



Wednesday, 03 May 2017 20:12

Judi Werthein

Judi Werthein focuses her artistic practice on the construction of the individual and collective subject, with a particular interest in the misunderstanding of identities. Understanding identities as flexible rather than static or fixed she articulates her interests through the language of mainstream culture, presenting the stereotypes of Western Culture from an uncanny perspective. 


Selection of her solo shows are: Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut; Art in General, New York; Kunstverein Ruhr, Germany; The Chianti Foundation, Marfa, Texas; The Bronx Museum, Bronx, New York; Philipp Von Rosen Galerie, Cologne, Germany; UIO University of Oslo, Norway. 


Her work has been exhibited by De Appel (Amsterdam, Netherlands); Tate Modern (London); MUSAC (Leon, Spain); Moderna Museet, (Stockholm); MOT, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokio (Japan); MALBA, Museo de arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (Argentina); Lent Space, LMCC (New York City); Musee d’art Contemporain de Montreal (Canada); CAAC, Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporaneo (Spain); Sala de Arte Público Siquieiros (Mexico City); Kunsthalle Freiburg, Berne, Switzerland; Station Museum Houston, (Texas); Vera List Center for the arts and politics (New York); Americas Society (New York); Museo del Barrio (New York); MOCA, Museum of Contemporary Art (Miami); Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo (Madrid); Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, California); CAC, Center for Contemporary Art (Vilnius, Lithuania); Centrum Beeldende Kunst (Rotterdam, Netherlands); among many others.


She participated in The Lyon Biennial, 2011; 41 Salón Nacional de Artistas (Cali, Colombia); Manifesta 7 (Bolzano); Göteborg International Biennial for Contemporary Art, 2009 (Sweden); Plot ‘09, Creative Time (New York); Bucharest Biennale 4 (Romania); 29 Bienal de Pontevedra (Galicia, Spain), InSite_05 (San Diego/Tijuana); The 7th Biennial of Havana (Cuba) and more. 


Selected Institutional and Public Collections: 


Tate Modern, London, UK.

FNAC, Fond National d’art Contemporain, Paris, France.

Museé d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean (MuDAM), Luxembourg.

Guggenheim Museum New York, USA.

Collection of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, Harvard University, USA.

UIO, University of Oslo, Norway.

NAI, Netherlands Architectural Institute, Rotterdam.

The Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, Texas, USA MCASD, Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, USA.

MACRO, Museo de arte Contemporaneo de Rosario, Argentina.

MAMBA, Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Awards, Grants and Residencies:

2010; Creative Time Global Residency;

Art matters Grant.

2009; IASPIS, International Artists Studio Program in Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden.

2006; Lambent Fellowship in the Arts, Tides Foundation, New York.

2006; RIAA, Residencia Internacional de Artistas en Argentina, Ostende, Argentina.

Het Wilde Wetten, Rotterdam, The Netherlands 

2005; InSite_05, San Diego/Tijuana (residency, 2003-05)

2003; Chinati Foundation, Marfa, Texas, USA.

2000; AIM: Artist in the Marketplace, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, New York, USA.

1995; Bienal Chandon, mención especial del jurado, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina.



Other Activities:

Judi Werthein is the Founder of El Centro de Investigaciones Artisticas in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She directed the Center 2009/2013. Among other things also Visiting Artist at Cooper Union School of the Arts, New York, 2005; Visiting professor at École de Beaux Arts Perpignan, France; as well as lecturer in various academic institutions around the world.



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