RAQUEL SCHWARTZSept 24 | Nov 19, 2021
Raquel Schwartz’s new show: watercolors and small sculptures created during the pandemic, an intimist reflection on nature, on everyday life, from the sensual textures of ceramics to pastoral illustrations, a vast view of small things.
Raquel Schwartz tells us, in her own words, the conceptual origin of her exhibition:
I’ve been thinking lately about being.
To be present in being, the simple act of breathing, and the obligation of happening.
Playing, conjecturing, experimenting, flowing towards an imagined, fanciful reality, in the unconsciousness of being present.
Being beyond the bounds of time and space.
Getting lost in the lights, shades, textures, and colors allows me to be in my Being.
How to find readings for potential futures of Being?
What drives us to reality and to imagine different ones? Here and now?
Being, existing, and becoming.
Raquel Schwartz was born in Santa Cruz – Bolivia, studied ceramic and sculpture as well as management and accounting at the Santa Barbara City College, CA, and Graphic Design at the Wizo School of Design in Israel. She completed numerous art and leadership workshops in Europe, Argentina, and Bolivia as part of the UK Triangle Art Trust Foundation and the HIVOS Mondrian and Doen Arts Collaboratory Network of Artist Residencies. She has participated in numerous solo and collective exhibitions and international biennials. In 2001 and 2005, Schwartz organized KMO, a residency for international visual artists in Bolivia. Since 2006 she is the director of Kiosko Galeria. Her work has been exhibited in Bolivia, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Colombia, Venezuela, Mexico, Uruguay, United States, Italy, Switzerland, Korea, Russia, United Kingdom, among others.
“Wild Altar” and “To be” will be on view through November 19th, 2021. The hours are Monday to Friday, from 12 pm to 6:30 pm, and Saturday from 2 pm to 6 pm. Dot Fiftyone Gallery is located at 7275 NE 4th Ave, Miami. For more information, images of the shows or to schedule an appointment, please contact Isaac Perelman: email@example.com