Dot Fiftyone Gallery is pleased to announce Trans-visual Express, the premier exhibition in Miami of Eduardo Capilla. The exhibition will open on Thursday, October 22 and will continue on view through December. An opening reception will be held on October 22nd from 7:00pm until 10:00pm.
Trans-visual Express meets visual aspects of different stages of Eduardo Capilla's work, which, has, been reflexively challenged from the visual language.
Since the dissolution of the subject-object relationship raised since 1982 with tempera of the Nocion project, the reuniting of individualization for the erotic motor, practiced by him for more than two decades with high relief in oil paint. The entities are part of a whole, but they beautifully unfold looking to join and merge again and again. Life, in the tradition of visual codes.
Eduardo Capilla, simultaneously, is introducing his book documenting aspects of the proposed research project Nocion, its history and some of the actions, happenings and exhibitions that have been taking place since 1984; to understand them as a substantial and innovative contribution to the visual language, generally up to then, indeterminacy between subject and object, figure and background.
Anonymity was a feature in the development of this project, being that Capilla, having faith in its evolution, was interested in an unsuspecting audience with artistic prejudice. Such is the reason why the vast majority of these exhibitions did not have, at the time, implemented documentation of its happening, hence the lack of or insufficient photographic record.
Capilla chose to propose the impermanent work; the painting has been disappearing over the years. Installations in public and private interior spaces, restaurants, bars, cinema halls, churches, medical facilities, among others, along with hundreds of pieces in the City of Buenos Aires, New York and Caracas.
The artist offers an overview of both geometric archetypes of gestural expression associated with a contemporary treatment that succumbs to redefine the ideal landscape.
Following the opening reception, gallery hours will be Monday-Friday, 11 P.M. to 7 P.M. On Saturdays private viewings will be available by appointment.
Dot Fiftyone Gallery is located at 187 NW 27 Street - Wynwood Arts District, Miami FL 33127. Further information and visuals of the exhibition are available by calling (305) 573-9994, via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and online at www.dotfiftyone.