Dot Fiftyone Gallery proudly announces
ATELIERs HÖHERWEG eV
DUSSELDORF - GERMANY
Opens Friday, April 24, 2015
Höherweg 271 40231 Düsseldorf
Hernán Cédola (born in Buenos Aires in 1977) is a contemporary self-taught Argentine artist. Nowadays he lives and works in the City of La Plata. Since 2004 he has been showing his work in solo and group exhibitions.
Solo exhibitions (selection):
Untergehen, Dot Fiftyone gallery, USA, 2013.
Naturaleza Muerta, Braga Menéndez arte contemporáneo, Argentina, 2011.
La posibilidad de un vacío, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Rosario, Argentina, 2011.
Un silencio aparente, KBK arte contemporáneo, México DF, 2010.
Timeless, Dot Fiftyone gallery, USA, 2009.
Estudios para óleo y grabado, Zavaleta Lab arte contemporáneo, Argentina, 2007.
Serie, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Latinoamericano, 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 Mitchele, Lee Krasner and Robert Motherwell.
Ateliers Höherweg e.V. is an artist’s organization founded in 1995 that remodeled a city owned, turn of the century building into a spacious studio building where twelve artists can have their own working spaces. The artist Katharina Grosse was part of this project and was among its founders. In 1996 Höherweg e.V. Ateliers started its artist in residence program. Since then it has been inviting three to five international artists per year to live and work at the residency. During their stay, guest artists create new pieces or bodies of art as well as they get an inside view on the art scene and the museum / gallery landscape of the Rhineland.